Clemson University is playing a lead role in a months-long effort to reintroduce an ancient breed of sugarcane to Sapelo Island, where the first successful commercial production of the towering grass took place in the United States.
Hybrid car owners may take great mileage for granted, but the cars’ batteries eventually wear out and need to be replaced, usually at a cost of several thousand dollars. The research that Simona Onori does at Clemson University can help those batteries last longer and could help find new ways to reuse them once they retire from the road.
Bill Ferrell of Clemson University has been appointed to a professorship that recognizes his instrumental role in an online master’s program that has graduated about 100 students in four years and is expected to pay for a $10 million addition to Freeman Hall.
Susan Guynn’s course is designed to teach the fundamentals of hunting, including safety, wildlife biology and behavior, and how to clean and handle prey after a hunt. Hunting has taught Guynn patience, humility, and an appreciation for nature and the circle of life, traits she hopes the women in her class walk away with.
An administrator with degrees in library science, public administration and American studies has been named dean of libraries at Clemson University. Mary Margaret “Maggie” Farrell, dean of libraries at University of Wyoming since 2002, will join Clemson in mid-July.
The Clemson University Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management honored alumni John Taylor and Jim Petrick and Clemson faculty member Julia Sharp during its annual Honors and Awards Program.
Clemson University fruit specialist Guido Schnabel earned national recognition for helping fruit growers across the East Coast manage disease.
A growing number of advanced manufacturing companies in the Lowcountry want their professional employees to seek graduate degrees in engineering and science while they work, but the opportunity to pursue those degrees in the region has been limited.
Jason Thatcher, professor of Information Systems in the management department of the College of Business and Behavioral Science at Clemson University, has been elected president of the Association for Information Systems, an international organization for academics specializing in information systems.
Clemson University’s Rutland Institute for Ethics has opened nominations for its annual James F. Barker Ethics in Action Award.
Clemson University employees wrapped up another academic year with applause, awards and farewells at the year-end general faculty meeting.
A fruit specialist who linked growing strawberries and peaches to the digital age has earned Clemson University’s highest agricultural honor. Guido Schnabel, professor of agricultural and environmental sciences, is the 2015 recipient of the Godley-Snell Award for Excellence in Agricultural Research.
Anyone wondering why Sandra Eksioglu of Clemson University was able to cap her spring semester with a teaching award ought to read the letters from her former students.
Professional engineer Richard Cottingham and his wife, Nancy, of Seneca have pledged $500,000 to establish the J. Richard (’66) and Nancy W. Cottingham Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering Endowment at Clemson University.
Clemson University professor Lingling Zhang has been selected for a summer residency at the Brocher Foundation, a non-profit Swiss foundation that hosts scientists and experts studying the ethical, legal and social implications of medical research and biotechnology development. Zhang, an assistant professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences, will be working on her project, “Equitable […]