Deep Orange 5, Clemson’s 2020 concept vehicle, will be revealed at the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan on April 22.
Sarah Rowlinson, a third-year PhD student in bioengineering, was part of a group of students from the National Science Policy Group (NSPG) that recently visited Capitol Hill to advocate for science research funding and other issues at the intersection of science and public policy. “Our message was that funding levels for research in all scientific disciplines […]
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.
Tony Cawthon, an Alumni Distinguished Professor at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, was named president of the Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) at the association’s annual conference. As president, he serves as the chief executive officer of SACSA, chairperson of the Executive Council, and presiding officer at all business meetings […]
Brittney Smith, a graduate student in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, received the 2015 Advisor of the Year Award from the South Carolina Organization for Residential Education (SCORE). She accepted the award at the 2015 Score Conference hosted at Clemson University, which brings together residence hall student leaders from across state of […]
An alumna and a professor from Clemson’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education were among those honored with national awards from the Literacy Research Association (LRA). Amy Hutchison, a 2009 Ph.D. graduate in curriculum and instruction, received the Early Career Achievement Award, and David Reinking, Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Teacher Education, received the […]
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Clemson will host a seminar on “iPhones, and Robots, and Trust: Oh My!” — featuring research presentations by Clemson graduate students who are exploring how aging affects older adults’ ability to use new technologies. The seminar will be held on Friday, Feb. 6, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 […]
Clemson University alumnus Darris Means has received the Jon C. Dalton Institute on College Student Values’ Dissertation of the Year Award. He will be recognized at the institute’s annual conference in February at Florida State University. The Dissertation of the Year Award is given to the author of an outstanding dissertation relevant to the field […]
Today, Siemens announced UMass Dartmouth student Amir Ehsani Zonouz has won the first Mobility IDEA (Improving Design and Engineering for All) Contest, an initiative to find innovative ideas to help solve five of the toughest challenges facing the traffic industry. The second place idea was submitted by Clemson University student Sakib Khan for technology that allows for safe pedestrian crossings and third place submitted by Technical University Munich student Sasan Amini on self-parking autonomous vehicles.
Clemson's Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) added incubators in Rock Hill and Hartsville brought more than a dozen new companies under the Clemson Technology Villages umbrella in 2014.
An alumna and graduate student in the Counselor Education and Student Affairs program at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education received awards from the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) for Orientation, Transition and Retention in Higher Education at its recent annual conference in Orlando. Alumna Rebecca Atkinson won a Leadership Award. A 2006 […]
Three alumni and a graduate student and of the Counselor Education and Student Affairs program at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education have received awards from the South Carolina College Personnel Association (SCCPA). The association recognized the winners at the recent 2014 South Carolina College Personnel Association Conference. Jeff Brown, a 2001 graduate, […]
Cars that drive themselves, electric vehicles that charge wirelessly and other automotive technology that once seemed straight out of science fiction will be put in the spotlight this week as automotive experts from throughout the Southeast gather in Greenville.
A doctoral candidate will receive $20,000 as part of a new annual fellowship available to Clemson University graduate students who use electron microscopes that magnify with atomic resolution.
Leigh Haltiwanger, a doctoral student at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, is one of four students in the nation to receive the Susan Gay Graduate Student Conference Travel Scholarship from the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE). Haltiwanger is enrolled in the curriculum and instruction doctoral program and has a specialty concentration […]