Massive, five-pound sweet potatoes being grown at the Clemson University Pee Dee Research and Education Center in Florence could give South Carolina farmers an edge in potato production for canneries.
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.
BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS – With the fall color season just around the corner, leaf seekers in the Upstate and beyond are already making plans to head to the mountains for stops at dozens of overlooks to enjoy the magnificent vistas viewed from the upper heights of the nearby southern Blue Ridge Mountains. As if crystal-clear […]
Food entrepreneurs who are puzzled about the rules and regulations for bringing their products to market are encouraged to attend Clemson Extension’s Food2Market Food Safety Workshop 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 11-12 at the Clemson University Restoration Institute, 1250 Supply St., North Charleston.
Clemson University irrigation specialist Jose Payero is installing weather stations and soil-moisture sensors at farms across South Carolina and developing the online platform that will allow farmers to use the collected data to conserve water and energy.
Marieke Van Puymbroeck, recreational therapy program coordinator and professor in Clemson’s parks, recreation and tourism management department, was recently named president-elect of the American Therapeutic Recreation Association. The association appointed its new board Sept. 13 in Chicago, Illinois. This three-year commitment allows Van Puymbroeck to serve as president-elect for the first year, president for the […]
On Sept. 25, Ignorance Isn’t Bliss, a public educational forum intended to inform and unite the Clemson student body and city community, will take place at 4 p.m. in Tillman Auditorium.
Stephen Fitzmaurice, assistant professor of American Sign Language interpreting at Clemson University, has been awarded $1,011,547 from the South Carolina Department of Education to establish the first South Carolina Educational Interpreting Center at the University Center in Greenville.
In less than two years, what began simply as an informational presentation about the ClemsonLIFE program to the university’s Board of Visitors has evolved into a grant-in-aid endowment to assist student participants and a supporting $100,000 gift from Clemson President James P. Clements and his wife, Beth.
Clemson University students, staff, faculty, alumni, community members and friends are invited to participate in the 2016 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge to build upon last year’s top-25 finish and prove that Clemson is the nation’s top outdoor school! Through the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge, campus communities join together in an attempt to get the most […]
Recess. We all loved it. But did we know how much of a role it played in our overall education? An interdisciplinary team of educators from Clemson University are addressing that topic in “Say ‘Yes’ to Recess,” a ClemsonTV webcast highlighting the importance of recess and providing recommendations on recess-related school policies. The video is […]
Clemson graduate student engineers are part of a collaborative multidisciplinary team working with the people of a small rural village in Belize to provide “free” sustainable energy for the village by converting food waste into fuel for cooking. Shakira Hobbs, a PhD candidate in the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering, first visited Sittee River Village […]
South Carolina food manufacturers can receive needed federal certifications by completing the Better Process Control School offered by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service this month. The course teaches canning and thermal processing methods to people who plan to produce and sell foods that would normally require temperature control.
Clemson Public Service and Agriculture (PSA), is hosting a PSA Riding Tour to show off its Research and Education Centers (RECs), as well as the Clemson University Restoration Institute (CURI) and other agricultural operations throughout South Carolina. The public is invited to follow along through the PSA’s social network sites.