Rosa Grayden, administrative manager in the College of Business and Behavioral Science’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology, received the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Employee Award for Excellence in Service during Clemson’s MLK Commemorative March and Service on Tuesday, January 20. The award recognizes a student, an employee and a community member who have demonstrated an […]
The Clemson community will gather at 6 p.m. Friday for the annual First Friday Parade, a 40-year tradition before the first home football game.
Education, government and nonprofit officials from across South Carolina will gather at Clemson University Monday and Tuesday to address this critical question: How can we help the state's youth succeed?
Clemson University’s Panhellenic Council, which represents 12 sororities, is raising funds this week to benefit Circle of Sisterhood, a philanthropic organization that unites sorority women in an effort to increase education opportunities for girls in developing nations.
Clemson Extension and Carolina Clear are hosting two 4-H2O water-based science camps during June and July in the Midlands.
A group of Clemson University students is using its class project as a way to benefit military troops service overseas.
Other than football, Coty Sensabaugh of the Tennessee Titans is passionate about one thing: combatting blood cancer. Many remember Coty as the Clemson Tiger’s defensive back who graduated in 2012 after four successful years on the field. Today, he is a candidate for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Man of the Year 2013, which he accepts with great honor as a way of honoring his older brother.
Clemson student and Miss South Carolina Ali Rogers is working hard to make a difference in others' lives. One of Ali's passions is serving children with disabilities.
On some days, Perry Austin will tell you he doesn’t sleep. Too much schoolwork to do. Too many lives to impact. He’s studying religion and its relationship with politics. He’s leading charges for policy change on campus. He’s editing papers, making sure those pesky commas are where they should be. Oh, and he’s graduating Clemson, […]
Clemson professor Brian Dean is passionate about high school computer science education, and contends that it is an area that is lacking in programs. It requires development beyond standard courses.
Jorge Calzadilla’s fiery passion is contagious. He could talk to you for hours touching on everything from his love of video games and running to why kids today are losing soft skills to how today’s youth are tomorrow’s workforce and how their development is paramount to economic development. No topic is too big or too small, but all lead back to one place — youth.
We love this time of year — winter weather, graduation, holiday break and the always-popular top-10 lists. So let’s take a look back at 2012 at Clemson.
The path to Clemson is very different for our student veterans. And sometimes the transition to campus life isn't an easy one.
Veterans Day is a time to remember those who have sacrificed to protect our country, our people and our way of life. A former military college, Clemson University boasts strong ties, traditions and remembrances for those who have served. Some of those who have served — and continue to serve — can be found in Clemson’s own workforce. Here are a few of them.
A two-time alumnae, English professor Ashley Cowden loves giving her students a hands-on learning experience and watching their growth through the process.