Clemson University marketing students are helping NASCAR Nationwide driver Mike Wallace find a sponsor for his car. The students also hope to raise enough money for Clemson to sponsor Wallace’s car for one race.
GREENVILLE – A leading German government official celebrated the Upstate’s international business climate and Clemson University’s role in promoting the region’s economy at a Greenville luncheon Tuesday for political and business leaders and Clemson University faculty and students.
Clemson University President James F. Barker said Monday that two of Clemson’s off-campus research hubs help foster ideas, provide one-of-a-kind learning opportunities for Clemson students and bolster the state’s next-generation manufacturing workforce.
Renowned author, consultant and speaker Kenneth Majer will speak at events at Clemson University and in Greenville Sept. 19 and 20. His presentations will cover topics regarding vales-based leadership and culture.
More than $1.83 billion in economic output, nearly 25,000 jobs and a net return to state taxpayers of $77.4 million annually. That’s the sum of Clemson University’s economic impact on the state of South Carolina, according to a new study released Tuesday.
With twice the alumni and more than three-times the number of research partners than a year ago, the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) continues to be the benchmark for economic development and a go-to venue for industry events.
Clemson University Tuesday recognized its partnership with ScanSource Inc. by dedicating a room at its downtown Greenville location in honor of the company.
Clemson University turfgrass researchers presented the latest and most effective research-based turf management protocols to approximately 130 turfgrass industry leaders and golf course superintendents from across the state of South Carolina during the Clemson University Turfgrass Research and Education Field Day on Aug. 14.
Clemson University will hold its August graduation ceremony at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 10, in Littlejohn Coliseum. Alumnus Thomas Fields Hash will receive an honorary doctorate of science.
Sealevel Systems Inc. has created an endowment and scholarship fund to benefit students in Clemson University’s College of Engineering and Science. The $50,000 endowment, which will be given in $10,000 increments for five years, will establish the Sealevel Systems Inc. Annual Scholarship.
Standing at the site of what will be an iconic building named for her family, Anita Zucker, a champion for education in South Carolina, said a new wave of manufacturing will provide a wealth of opportunity for the state. With a shared vision, Clemson University will build a state-of-the-art education center at the Clemson University Restoration Institute on the former Navy base in North Charleston.
Clemson University has teamed with the US Ignite Partnership to capitalize on what is possible through virtualized ultra-fast broadband networks, and “ignite” the development of next-generation Internet applications and services.
Clemson University is building a testing facility that will have no rival in the highly competitive global wind industry, the project manager said Tuesday. The wind-turbine drivetrain testing facility under construction at the Clemson University Restoration Institute in North Charleston will be the world’s most advanced, said Jim Tuten. It will be the go-to facility to test next-generation wind turbines destined for wind farms anywhere in the world and designed and built for the specific needs of the industry.
The Call Me MISTER program established at Clemson University has announced a collaborative effort with Jackson State University (Mississippi) to increase the diversity of available teachers, particularly among the lowest performing elementary schools in Mississippi. This collaboration will be funded by a $200,000 grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Michigan.
The Clemson University Restoration Institute will showcase the world’s most advanced wind-turbine drivetrain testing facility at the WINDPOWER 2012 Conference and Exhibition next week in Atlanta.