A Clemson University graduate student whose work could help make cars lighter and more fuel efficient will receive $20,000 as the winner of this year’s Hitachi High Technologies Electron Microscopy Annual Fellowship.
With an IRS agent and an FBI financial analyst as parents, this Tiger learned the fine points of corporate finance at a young age. Today, he shares those lessons — as well as those he learned along the way — with his undergraduate and graduate students. Meet Brandon Lockhart.
A 30-year wait and more than 2½ years of planning will culminate with a groundbreaking Friday for the new home to Clemson University’s College of Business. The event that will change the face of business education and launch a new academic precinct on the Clemson campus will commence at 1 p.m., Friday in front of the Alumni Center, north of Walter T. Cox Boulevard.
Renowned geneticist to become director of Clemson University's Center for Human Genetics.
Robert Sinclair, a professor in Clemson’s psychology department, has been tapped to serve as the first editor-in-chief of Occupational Health Science, a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing scholarship on behavioral, social and psychological aspects of occupational health. Sinclair and a group of scholars in the Society of Occupational Health Psychology have worked since 2012 to […]
Clemson University’s College of Education recently convened its senior advisory board to discuss strategies and future initiatives to positively affect student achievement and teacher preparedness across South Carolina. The college welcomed four new board members hailing from governmental entities, school districts, corporations and nonprofit organizations.
Clemson University students and English professor Rhondda Thomas are traveling to Charlottesville, Virginia — the site of a deadly racial clash this summer — to participate in a symposium about the history of slavery at U.S. universities.
Ever think about the food you eat? This Tiger does. As a child, he picked peaches each summer on his parents’ farm. Today, he conducts research on them as well as a variety of other fruits and vegetables. Consistent with Clemson’s land-grant mission, this Tiger shares best practices with farmers and educates the public – […]
A volunteer’s background has a bearing on their experience, whether they are working to better a community or rushing to the scene of a natural disaster. Matthew Flege, a Ph.D. student in Clemson’s youth, family and community studies department, will use a grant award of over $25,000 from the Corporation for National and Community Service […]
This Tiger has been honored by the City of Charleston with “Ray Huff Day” and can be spotted on an episode of Bravo’s “Iconoclast” alongside Cameron Diaz and Cameron Sinclaire.
Clemson — The Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Graduate Student Program provides grants and support to researchers looking to explore advances in social, environmental and economic health in farm communities. Qi Zhou, a graduate student at Clemson University, was one of the 13 students selected out of 80 applicants to be awarded a Southern […]
In its fall quarterly meeting on campus, Clemson University’s board of trustees approved four new master of arts teacher residency programs, funding for several recreation capital projects, modified pricing for six programs and construction of a new composite center.
DeAvin Rencher is a fixture at Uptown Barbers in Central. But he's not a customer or barber. He's a special education major at Clemson University and Call Me MISTER student who works with kids through the Razor Readers program.
When disadvantaged youth engage in social activism, they tend to have high-status occupations in adulthood, according to Clemson University and University of Michigan researchers. The findings also suggest there’s a place for more discussion of social issues in our educational systems.
U.S. Amateur champion Doc Redman, a sophomore in the College of Science, shoots low on the golf course but aims high as a student of mathematics.