The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) is showing off its capabilities and automotive engineering students’ latest concept vehicle at an industry meeting.
A $500,000 grant from the Bosch Community Fund will establish an endowment in perpetuity for automotive-engineering fellowships that are aimed at diversifying the workforce and inspiring the next generation of engineers and scientists.
What do wild yeast, IT training and a social media app have in common? They are the winning business ideas at the Clemson University MBA program EnterPrize Awards presented by CertusBank.
Clemson University students recently competed for cash prizes as part of the annual Social LaunchPad Competition. Contestants pitched products as they were judged on the potential for their new ventures to be successful and have a positive social impact.
Eugene T. Moore School of Education Ph.D. student Ryan Heil has been elected graduate student government president at Clemson University. Heil, who completed his master of education degree in clinical mental health counseling at Clemson, is now working towards a Ph.D. in educational leadership. “Throughout my time at Clemson, I have been able to see […]
Sixteen high school teachers from around the globe have come together this semester at Clemson University to learn best practices in education from professors and local teachers.
The cutting-edge research and world-class education that are helping South Carolina play a leading role in the nation’s manufacturing revival took center stage Friday when U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker visited the Clemson University-International Center for Automotive Research.
Clemson University is partnering with experts in Asia to help expand a master’s program that prepares engineers for leadership roles in the business of figuring out the best way to manage the flow of goods and materials needed for everything from retail to large capital projects.
While the Clemson graduate population accounts for a little more than 26 percent of the total campus student body, they are working together to make their voices heard. Biology, entomology, humanities, economics, fine arts — so many intensely different focuses are a part of the greater whole that is Clemson University. Their involvement in teaching, […]
Enrollment in Clemson University’s graduate business programs has doubled since moving to downtown Greenville in 2010.
A Clemson University environmental engineering professor who has advised scores of students and worked to keep nation’s water sources clean has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies in the College of Engineering and Science.
Curtiss Fox’s work at the Clemson University Restoration Institute is modernizing the electrical grid and bringing it in line with new, distributed energy sources — including renewable sources like wind and solar, energy storage, micro-grids and more.
The innovative, six-seat Deep Orange 3 sports car, engineered by Clemson University students, is on display at the nation's premier automotive trade show.
George Fercana of Greenville, a doctoral student in Clemson University’s bioengineering department, was one of 27 students around the country selected to participate in an innovative new program at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center located in Bethesda, Md.
Clemson University has always had a presence in every section of the state of South Carolina, but in the last decade, that presence has grown exponentially in Greenville. Just a 45-minute trip from Clemson, Greenville now houses several Clemson academic programs, and the University’s partnerships with Greenville Health System have only gotten stronger.