Clemson University awarded degrees to 1,300 students Thursday in graduation ceremonies in Littlejohn Coliseum.
One year after becoming Clemson University’s 15th president, James P. Clements reflected on 2014 as faculty and staff gathered to close the fall semester.
Clemson University alumnus Ron Taylor (’65) of Midland, Mich., has pledged $100,000 to the school’s Emerging Scholars program to establish the Captain Byron Wiley Emerging Scholars Memorial Endowment, along with annual support for the program.
Fueled by boundless energy, innovative ideas, and a collaborative spirit, Catie Rabun ’08 has, in less than a year, helped set her hometown of Aiken, South Carolina on an economic growth trajectory that is transforming the city’s downtown from under-utilized to vibrant. Meandering through downtown Aiken, Rabun can feel the buzz of excitement — new […]
Four Clemson University Army and five Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) students will be commissioned as second lieutenants in a ceremony in the Tillman Hall auditorium at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17.
Clemson’s chapter of the Sigma Nu Delta fraternity is teaming up with the chapter from the University of South Carolina Thursday for the annual Sigma Nu Game Ball Run. This tradition, which began in 1977, consists of running the football to be used in the annual Clemson-South Carolina football game 138 miles from Columbia to Clemson, or vice versa.
Clemson University’s Scroll of Honor, comprised of alumni who died on active military service, recently added its 485th name. Carlos Golightly Harris was added to the Scroll following an extensive vetting process conducted by the Clemson Corps. Harris died in 1926 of complications from wounds suffered during World War I.
Tom and Karen Chapman recently received the Philanthropist of the Year award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Greater Atlanta Chapter at the 2014 National Philanthropy Day Luncheon. Nearly 1,000 attendees celebrated philanthropy and its role in the greater Atlanta community at the George Aquarium. Tom Chapman and his family have a long history […]
Clemson’s long history of supporting the military will grow even richer this month as the new Student Veterans Resource Center opens in Tillman Hall on Nov. 20.
Those old golf clubs can be put to good use Nov. 21 as the Tigers for Troops Golf Tournament tees off at Boscobel Golf and Country Club of Pendleton to benefit the American heroes who choose Clemson to further their lives after their service in the armed forces.
Clemson student Robert Locke — a first-generation college student — knows the challenges that can come with being first. He relies on the FIRST Program and its mentors to help him navigate his way through those challenges.
Five doctoral students in the Clemson University School of Nursing’s Ph.D. in Healthcare Genetics program received awards and recognition for their leadership in the field of nursing. Elizabeth Hassen and Tracy Lowe received the Sigma Theta Tau Rising Star Award, recognizing them as future leaders in nursing. In […]
It’s often hard to explain the unique bond that Clemson alumni share, but if there’s one word that describes the Clemson Family, it’s commitment. Clemson graduates are dedicated to giving back and thinking ahead — a practice that both benefits future students and the future of the University.
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.
During their first day of classes as a nursing major, Brooke Rogers and Allyson Walters listened as Nursing Success Skills instructor Kristin Goodenow spoke of the art of the being present with patients in their time of need. Little did they know that minutes later they’d be putting those words into action. After they left […]