In anticipation of the Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences’ official start on July 1, the college has tapped two veteran Clemson professors to lead its research and academic efforts. Psychology professor Eric Muth has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies; and parks, recreation and tourism management professor Denise Anderson will serve as associate dean for undergraduate studies.
From the first doctoral degree awarded in 1955 in plant pathology to Donald Peterson of Ludington, Michigan — when "a reading knowledge" of French and German was required for plant pathology and Coach Frank Howard led the Tigers to a 7-3 record — to today, Clemson has awarded 4,534 Ph.D. sheepskins.
Clemson University has been named to Kiplinger’s Personal Finance list of 100 best values in public colleges for 2016. The ranking cites four-year schools that deliver a quality education at an affordable price.
Clemson University officials will hold two ceremonies to recognize the achievements of the school’s graduates. Officials will award degrees to approximately 1,250 students in Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 17.
Clemson University’s Master of Public Administration program is ranked eighth in the nation by GraduatePrograms.com. The MPA program began in 1992 and became an online program in 2010.
Pamela Havice, professor and coordinator of the student affairs master’s program at Clemson University, served on a national task force that reviewed and revised the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Professional Competencies for Student Affairs Practitioners. Considered a seminal document in the student affairs profession, the competencies […]
Julia Eggert, professor and coordinator of the healthcare genetics Ph.D. program at Clemson University’s School of Nursing, has been named an American Academy of Nursing Fellow, one of the highest honors in the nursing profession.
A doctoral candidate received enough money Tuesday to pay for one year of school as part of an annual fellowship that goes to graduate students who use super-magnifying electron microscopes as part of their research. Zhaoxi Chen of Clemson University received $20,000 as this year’s recipient of the Hitachi High Technologies America Electron Microscopy Annual Fellowship.
Clemson architecture professor Anjali Joseph and her multidisciplinary team of researchers and clinical specialists have received a research grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to create a learning lab focusing on the design of a safer, more ergonomic hospital operating room.
A team led by Clemson University will soon begin a $5.81 million research project aimed at developing an ultra-lightweight door expected to help automakers in their race to meet federal fuel economy standards.
As special events manager for the Disneyland Resort and the head of her own event management business, Clemson University alumna Karen Mohr Sunshine works to make events like the “Granddaddy of Them All” — the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game — run smoothly.
The Clemson University Center for Visual Arts in Greenville will open the Southeast Regional Juried Photographic Exhibit Oct. 2 on the fifth floor of the Greenville ONE building. The show is the first exhibition in the ONE building and launches a new venue for the center.
The National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program has awarded Clemson University’s Master of Arts in Teaching in Middle Grades Education program $800,000 for scholarships to prepare and mentor middle school math and science teachers.
A highly accomplished physiologist, neuroscientist and biologist has been named dean of undergraduate studies and associate provost at Clemson University.
South Carolina residents may finally rid their landscapes of that pesky kudzu or other invasive plants thanks to a new publication from Clemson University and the South Carolina Exotic Pest Plant Council.