Friday News Briefing

12-15-2017 Current News Briefing

Seneca Journal, Dec. 15
Sex assault reported at Clemson frat house



Pickens Sentinel-Progress, Dec. 14
Clemson introduces the first STEAM education endorsement in the U.S.



   The Times and Democrat   •   USA   •   Dec 10   •   12:00 am
Clemson poinsettia expert gives tips on plant selection and care
CLEMSON — It’s the Christmas season and if decorating with poinsettias is on your to-do list, a Clemson professor and poinsettia expert has   •   USA   •   Dec 14   •   08:02 pm
Catching Up With Jason Hurdich
worked with Governor Henry McMaster and he’s teaching “american sign language” at Clemson! We’re happy to welcome him in the studio today!


   Independent Mail   •   USA   •   Dec 14   •   04:53 pm
Clemson researcher develops mechanical skin that detects pain
that self-diagnostic capability.” Richard Figliola, acting chair of Clemson‘s department of mechanical engineering, said Myers has deep


   Carolina Panorama Newspaper   •   USA   •   Dec 14   •   01:40 pm
Benedict College exceeds the rigorous standards for teacher education
. “With the full confidence of CAEP and support of the South Carolina State Department of Education, Benedict College is positioned to more


   Garden & Gun   •   USA   •   Dec 14   •   01:17 pm
Reviving a Lost Cane Syrup
and professor at the University of South Carolina; Glenn Roberts, of the heirloom grain producer Anson Mills; Clemson geneticist Stephen


   Index-Journal   •   USA   •   Dec 14   •   01:01 pm
Clemson to award degrees at two December ceremonies
ceremonies can be viewed here. For those unable to attend on the 21, the ceremonies will be streamed live online at


   Columbia Star   •   USA   •   Dec 14   •   12:54 pm
4-H youth send supplies to Dominica
. The supplies are being sent to Dominica via a shipping container leaving the Clemson University campus in a week. The relief supplies are


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