The Clemson University Habitat for Humanity Homecoming build will kick off Wednesday, Oct. 10, on Bowman Field. This is the 25th year of the project and the 26th home constructed on the Clemson campus.
Building with wood has a number of advantages. For the past five years, Clemson University’s Wood Utilization + Design Institute (WU+D) has been educating individuals in the Southeast about these benefits, including the fact wood takes less energy to produce than most other building materials, giving it a lower carbon footprint.
Clemson University students have selected Joseph Burgett, an assistant professor in the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities’ construction science and management department as the 2018 Alumni Master Teacher award-winner.
In the spring of 2017, Clemson’s Wood Utilization + Design (WU+D) Institute, along with the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering, School of Architecture, Department of Construction Science and Management, and Department of Forestry and Environmental Conservation, was presented with an opportunity to share an existing 12,000-foot, high bay facility in Pendleton, SC. This space will […]
Clemson University conferred more than 1,700 degrees during two commencement ceremonies on Friday. U.S. Sen. and New York Times best-selling author Tim Scott gave a speech at both ceremonies and offered three pieces of advice for a full and significant life: “If I was sitting in your chairs, what advice would I want?” said Scott (R-S.C.). “First, failure is not final if you don’t refuse to quit. The second, stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves. And number three, hold on tightly to the dreams that inspire you.”
Another class of Clemson students will be walking across the commencement stage this week, graduating and heading out to make their mark on the world. So, let’s take a minute to meet three of those graduating students.
Melody Bazzle’s journey to working for one of the country’s top construction companies didn’t necessarily start with a lifelong dream. Now, readied with a duel degree in architecture and construction science, she will trade her graduation cap for a hard hat as she begins her next journey as a field engineer.
The College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities has appointed new leadership in five academic departments. “I am pleased to welcome these new academic leaders,” said Richard Goodstein, dean of the college. “Three are new to the university, and two are new to the role of chair. I am very excited about the talent, experience and […]
Participants in a construction symposium offered by Clemson University will gain valuable knowledge and perspective from leading experts about critical issues affecting the industry now and insight into anticipated changes. “The Ever-changing World of Construction: Today's Challenges, Tomorrow's Opportunities,” offered by Clemson’s construction science and management department, is scheduled for Oct. 18 at Le Meridien Hotel in Charlotte, N.C.
Roger Liska, professor and chair of construction science and management at Clemson University, has received the construction industry’s highest honor — the Chairman’s Lifetime Achievement Award — from Associated Builders and Contractors Inc.
While at Clemson, each student can make it possible for four families to have a home of their own.
Roger W. Liska, professor and chair of Clemson University's department of construction science and management, has won the ABC Kirby Award, the most prestigious award given by the Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas (ABC). The award was presented Aug. 7 in Charlotte.
Six Clemson students in architecture, construction science and management and landscape architecture will roll out their design for a new portable community arts stage Saturday in Asheville.
Clemson University’s Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps units will hold a joint ceremony to commission 36 officers at 1 p.m. May 7 in Tillman Hall auditorium. Nineteen students will receive commissions into the U.S. Army, and 17 students will receive commissions into the U.S. Air Force.
A group of Clemson University math experts has begun working to expand a center that helps researchers analyze the massive amounts of data they collect as they study everything from energy use to the prevalence of canine heartworm in the U.S.