A local marketing research firm has established an internship program with the College of Business at Clemson University. Beginning this fall, Sparks Research, based in Clemson, is forging ties with the business school to provide one internship to a student each semester. Rich Groom, CEO and primary partner of Sparks Research, said the newly formed […]
When 1 in 8 U.S. women are projected to develop invasive breast cancer over the course of their lifetime, it is rare that any community is untouched by the disease. Clemson University is no exception. Understanding this reality and the importance of support for breast cancer patients, two Clemson employees and breast cancer survivors are […]
Commitment. It's a word to describe this amazing Tiger, who taught himself to become proficient in English, took the necessary steps to become a United States citizen and now is working toward a four-year degree. He believes that commitment between the police and the community is crucial in maintaining solid relationships. Meet Jesus De Luna Soto.
A Clemson graduate from the clinical mental health counseling program is working with upstate families to address emotional distress and its effect on children. Susannah Baldwin, a 2011 graduate from the program and current licensed professional counselor at Bay Laurel Center in Greenville, specializes in providing counseling and educational workshops to help parents address issues […]
Clemson University will host “Clinton vs Trump: The People Speak,” a live, interactive webcast on the presidential race at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Watt Family Innovation Center.
A new graduate degree program that could help save lives and keep basic services running when disaster strikes is in development at Clemson University with $3 million in backing from the National Science Foundation.
Though there are fewer roles for older female than for older male motion picture actors, it’s unlikely discrimination is the simple explanation behind this phenomenon, according to research conducted by two Clemson University business professors.
Mike Reynolds, superintendent of California’s and Nevada’s Death Valley National Park, will visit Clemson University to celebrate the National Park Service centennial in the Death Valley of the East Coast.
Angela Naimou, associate professor of English at Clemson University, has won the 2016 ASAP Book Prize from the Association of the Study of the Arts of the Present. Naimou’s book, “Salvage Work: U.S. and Caribbean Literatures amid the Debris of Legal Personhood,” was published in 2015 by Fordham University Press.
Clemson University has a strong support system to help incoming freshmen adjust to the unknowns of college life. But few are as encompassing as the College of Business living-learning communities. CUBS, Community for Undergraduate Business Students, is the business school’s largest of four living-learning communities. And variations of it have been helping freshmen make the […]
Clemson researcher Andrew S. Mount has been selected as a 2016 TechConnect Innovation awardee.
The Clemson University School of Nursing held its third annual white coat ceremony for 119 incoming freshmen on Sept. 16 in Tillman Auditorium. The students received their first official white coats and stood together to recite a nursing oath, pledging to practice their profession faithfully and devote themselves to the welfare of those committed to […]
Despite the negativity many associate with fracking, the controversial technique for extracting oil and natural gas from the earth had a positive impact on mortgage defaults in areas where fracking occurred, according to research by a Clemson University finance professor.
While most people run from danger, members of the Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) run toward it because their purpose is to keep campus safe. This CUPD lieutenant attended Clemson as a student and stayed because he believed he was meant to be here for something beyond a degree. As Campus Safety Month continues, we talked to one of the officers who keeps our campus safe. Meet Chris Harrington.
The College of Education will hold the first of three diversity curriculum and pedagogy labs on Oct. 5 to actively discuss diversity issues in an open and honest way while exploring how these issues might best be tackled in a classroom setting.