Knowing there is growing need for affordable technology to detect and deter drones, the National Science Foundation has awarded Clemson and Duke universities with a $750,000, three-year grant to create a more economical solution for public spaces. The effectiveness of their designs will be tested at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park and Sarah P. Duke Gardens.
Clemson University’s Master of Architecture (No. 20) and Bachelor of Landscape Architecture (No. 17) have both placed in the top 20 on DesignIntelligence’s annual survey “America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools.” The graduate program also was ranked ninth in the country for its focus area in Architecture + Health.
Alternative transportation is coming to Clemson, and it’s coming by bike, with BikeShare, a new bike rental program on campus, leading the movement. Organizers say they hope the program will make a significant impact on quality of life at the University: They see it as a way to bring a cheap, efficient, healthy and environmentally […]
Clemson students travel to Egypt each spring to analyze a historic landscape, suggesting design changes to revitalize the region. Work on past projects has received international acclaim, including meetings with the Egyptian governor, a National Geographic presentation and numerous awards by national and international organizations.