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  • Architecture professor emeritus receives Japanese national medal of distinction
    Jeannie Davis | June 19, 2017
    Yuji Kishimoto

    Clemson University Professor Emeritus Yuji Kishimoto has been awarded a national medal of distinction — the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays Medal — by the Emperor of Japan in a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Tokyo. An honorable certificate signed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also was presented to Kishimoto for his longtime efforts to promote academic, cultural and economic relations between the United States and Japan.

  • College of Science student receives prestigious Astronaut Scholar Award
    Hannah Halusker | June 14, 2017

    Caitlin Seluzicki, a rising senior majoring in microbiology at Clemson University, is the latest of more than 400 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) scholars to receive the Astronaut Foundation Scholarship.

  • Clemson English professor wins national award for new book
    Jeannie Davis | June 13, 2017
    Cynthia Haynes

    Cynthia Haynes, professor of English and director of first-year composition at Clemson, has won the Rhetoric Society of America’s (RSA) annual book prize for the best new work in rhetorical study.

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  • IT visionary to become Clemson chief information officer
    Jackie Todd | June 22, 2017
    Russell lKaurloto

    Information technology visionary Russell Kaurloto will bring his vision, knowledge and more than 35 years of IT experience to Clemson University as its vice president for information technology and chief information officer.

  • Clemson National Championship license plate now available through SC DMV
    June 20, 2017
    Clemson Tigers National Championship license plate

    The South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles unveiled the license plate celebrating Clemson's 2016 College Football Playoff National Championship, with the plate available for purchase through the DMV beginning Tuesday, June 20.

  • New leadership team takes the helm at the Brooks Center
    June 13, 2017
    New leadership team announced for the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.

    As Lillian U. Harder steps down from her role as director of the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts later this month, three members of the performing arts department and the Brooks Center have been named to the new leadership team and will take the helm July 1.

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  • IT visionary to become Clemson chief information officer
    Jackie Todd | June 22, 2017
    Russell lKaurloto

    Information technology visionary Russell Kaurloto will bring his vision, knowledge and more than 35 years of IT experience to Clemson University as its vice president for information technology and chief information officer.

  • Architecture professor emeritus receives Japanese national medal of distinction
    Jeannie Davis | June 19, 2017
    Yuji Kishimoto

    Clemson University Professor Emeritus Yuji Kishimoto has been awarded a national medal of distinction — the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold Rays Medal — by the Emperor of Japan in a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Tokyo. An honorable certificate signed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also was presented to Kishimoto for his longtime efforts to promote academic, cultural and economic relations between the United States and Japan.

  • A collaboration with Argentinian researchers develops artificial sensory devices
    Hannah Halusker | June 15, 2017

    Electronic noses and paper-based biosensors might sound like inventions out of a futuristic drama, but one College of Science researcher is set to make them a reality.

Events


  • Clemson forecast to have best view of the eclipse in South Carolina
    Jim Melvin | June 22, 2017

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts Clemson is one of the U.S. cities most likely to enjoy clear weather during the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse. It also should have the best viewing conditions in South Carolina, NOAA says.

  • Clemson promotes diversity through golf camp for African-American girls
    Michael Staton | June 19, 2017
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    Clemson’s PGA golf management program will promote academic and sports diversity through a golf camp designed for African-American women. The camp runs June 26-30 and will host nine high school students from across the country who are interested in higher education academics and sports.

  • Nightfall in the middle of the day
    Wanda Johnson | June 8, 2017
    The eclipse path will be from Oregon to South Carolina.

    A sunlit sky turns pitch dark in the middle of the day as the moon moves between the Earth and the sun: a total solar eclipse. The last time such an eclipse occurred over Clemson was June 24, 1778. Now, 239 years later, Clemson University researchers prepare for the Aug. 21 coast-to-coast eclipse.


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