Clemson’s Creative Inquiry research program lets students take risks in order to seek answers to challenging questions. This opportunity would not be possible without Phil and Mary Bradley’s generosity.
Are fireflies disappearing? Clemson University researchers are seeking to answer this question, and the public can help them by counting fireflies in their backyards and elsewhere this summer.
Expect to be impressed when you meet a Marine, but when that Marine is a 95-year-old Pearl Harbor survivor who challenges you to a pull-up contest, prepare to be blown away. This is one of many things Clemson University student Will Hines of Spartanburg has learned in conducting the Veterans Project, an ongoing undergraduate research project to collect and preserve the personal accounts of American war veterans.
The Clemson Alumni Association (CAA) has named one of the university’s most enthusiastic and dedicated champions, Mary Dalby Bradley, an honorary alumna for her lifelong devotion and demonstrated loyalty to her adopted school.
Clemson University will celebrate undergraduate research at the 10th annual Focus on Creative Inquiry Forum Monday at the Hendrix Student Center. The event is part of Research and Innovation Month.
Clemson University will celebrate the role research plays – on campus and beyond – during the month of April with activities showcasing the academic excellence and scholarship of its students and faculty.
Clemson University business students have teamed up with Guy Harvey, the man behind both Guy Harvey Inc. and the Guy Harvey Research Institute (GHRI) to understand how social media can be used to tackle problems related to ocean wildlife conservation.
February marks Black History Month across the nation. Several ongoing events on Clemson University’s campus provide local opportunities to celebrate Black History Month and encourage dialogue about campus diversity.
An interdisciplinary group of Clemson students Saturday will showcase their original video productions about a small Appalachian community in Pickens County known as Liberia, which was founded by freed slaves after the Civil War and remains occupied by their descendants nearly two centuries later.
CLEMSON — What started as a Clemson University research project is turning into a global business that could supply diabetics with the low-cost testing equipment they need to manage their blood sugar. The product, GlucoSense, is aimed at helping diabetics in developing countries and other “resource-poor settings” do the daily testing that can help them […]
Clemson University students have published a new issue of Decipher magazine to highlight research performed by students in the Creative Inquiry program. Each year, Creative Inquiry engages more that 3,500 undergraduate students in teams that allow them to apply their classroom learning to real-world problem solving.
Clemson University will host the 2014 Southeast Regional Collegiate Soil Judging Contest beginning Sunday through Oct. 9 at sites on and around campus. Some 150 participants from 11 Southern universities will spend four days describing, classifying and interpreting soils to master techniques used to understand soil and landscape characteristics.
Clemson University will host a weeklong series of campus events focused on bringing attention to the plight of wild tigers and ensuring their survival. Tigers Always Conservation Week will take place Sept. 23–27 and will feature an array of tiger-centric happenings.
Clemson University has formed a new institute that hopes to change how commercial buildings are constructed in the U.S.
Dean's undergraduate students are encouraged to think creatively and openly about different applications or new combinations of existing materials.