While overcast conditions eventually gave way to a rainy Friday morning, students entering the Poole Agricultural Center on Clemson University’s main campus were greeted by warm coffee, fresh doughnuts and the friendly faces of Katie Martin and Carey Herndon. Together, the two members of Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) were putting the wraps on a […]
Clemson University School of Nursing professor Veronica Parker has recently started working to help positively impact the national health care landscape as a new member of the Advisory Committee on Minority Health for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Advisory Committee on Minority Health advises the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Minority Health […]
Momentum Bike Clubs (MBC), a community mentoring initiative of the Clemson University Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life, is proud to announce that Tony Elliott, co-offensive coordinator for Clemson Football, will deliver the keynote address at their first annual Resilience Awards Dinner. The event will take place from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at […]
Graduate students in the city and regional planning program recently presented to City of Clemson officials a set of bold ideas aimed at enhancing the quality of life in the municipality. The 13 students in the Professional Planning Studio class studied a neighborhood and a major corridor last fall and offered such suggestions as the […]
Clemson’s Zucker Family Graduate Education Center has partnered with local corporations and a neighborhood nonprofit as part of a high-tech effort to break the cycle of poverty in the Chicora-Cherokee neighborhood in North Charleston.
At 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, a public ceremony on the campus of Clemson University will mark the planting of a grafted clone of the Newton apple tree in a patch of soil surrounded by scientists.
Clemson faculty and students will gather for the university’s fourth annual Out of Darkness Campus Walk, an event that serves as a fundraiser and an opportunity for the community to raise awareness of mental health issues related to suicide. Registration for the walk starts at 11 a.m. March 2 in front of Tillman Hall, where the walk is set to begin at noon. The event is free and open to the public.
A report by the USDA revealed that more than 1 million low-income South Carolinians live in food deserts, areas more than one mile from a grocery store that have limited access to other outlets for fresh foods. Clemson Extension is working to address that crisis by partnering on the Feeding Innovation program, designed to support entrepreneurs interested in developing or expanding healthy food enterprises in underserved areas of the state.
CLEMSON – The College of Science Student Advisory Board (COSSAB) is proud to present the second annual “SCI Week,” with events running from Monday, Feb. 25, through Friday, March 1. COSSAB consists of undergraduate and graduate student representatives from the four departments, one school and all seven major programs that serve as liaisons between students […]
Through his work, this award-winning Tiger wants to support a campus environment where people feel valued, respected and committed to creating positive change. Meet Jerad Green.
Brought together by a shared passion for hoops, a group of devoted basketball enthusiasts are keeping a 20-year early-morning tradition alive and well. The clock reads 6:45 on a cold January morning. The temperature outside hovers just above freezing, dawn has yet to break and the quiet Clemson streets are practically barren. While a game […]
Clemson Extension, in partnership with South Carolina Farm Bureau and support from a U.S. Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant through the Southern Extension Risk Management Education Center, will be holding a series of Farm Transfer Workshops across the state from February until April.
CLEMSON – The Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service has developed an innovative online tool that will help Extension agents and others identify and understand some of the most devastating plant diseases. Madeline Dowling, a post-doctoral researcher from Easley working with Clemson professor and Extension plant pathologist Guido Schnabel, created Phytographics.com, a website that uses photography and […]
Clemson University's School of Nursing and Prisma Health-Upstate are collaborating to increase and retain sexual assault nurse examiners (SANE) in seven Prisma Health emergency departments in Greenville, Pickens, Oconee and Laurens counties.
This Tiger is no stranger to pursuing his passion. When he came to Clemson, the Pan African Studies major did not exist. With his contributions, the program is now offered, thriving and attracting a diverse set of students interested in the roles that race, ethnicity, gender and culture play in our global society. Meet Abel […]