A first-generation college student, this Tiger didn't let obstacles deter her from earning her bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. In turn, she works to help students scale obstacles so that they can achieve the same success.
The newest addition to the Clemson University Fire Department, a fire truck with a 100-foot ladder, is gearing up for action.
Clemson University’s Army and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) units will hold a joint ceremony to commission 14 second lieutenants at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Tillman Hall auditorium.
He is all about transitions. He joined the Army five days after he graduated from high school and transitioned from an infantry team leader to the rank of sergeant. He completed two year-long deployments to Iraq, earning a Bronze Star for Valor and a Purple Heart following an enemy attack on his platoon. He then transitioned back to a civilian life that was different than the one he'd left. It was difficult, but he grew from the experience and wanted to help others in their journey. Through his veterans' writing group (that he created), his work with student veterans and military-connected students, this staff member, who works as Clemson's assistant director for military and veteran engagement, helps students successfully make the transition from military to civilian life. While he describes himself as a "normal guy," he's anything but normal. He's a hero and he's a Tiger.
Greatist health and fitness website has ranked Clemson amongst the top 26 healthiest colleges in the nation.
David and Lynette Snow of Darien, Connecticut, will match up to $1 million in funds raised through Clemson University’s student affairs advancement staff to complete the intramural field complex on Hartwell Lake. This latest pledge is in addition to the $2.4 million the Snows gave to this project in 2014.
The Princeton Review once again has ranked Clemson University among the nation’s best colleges. Clemson was ranked among the top universities in six categories in The Princeton Review’s “The Best 381 Colleges” 2017 edition.
At age 21, Clemson University student Samuel J. Cadden of Richmond, Viriginia, already had a goal to one day have a building on campus named for him. His parents, Ken and Mary Cadden, are making that wish a reality with a $1.5 million gift to establish a chapel on campus in honor of their son, who tragically lost his life in an automobile accident last summer.
Members of Delta Alpha Pi (DAPi), an honor society for students with disabilities, recently recognized Clemson University faculty members Paul Anderson and Marianne Herr Glaser as the 2016 Extraordinary Educator Award recipients.
Spring break usually means beaches and relaxation for college students, but for hundreds of students at Clemson University, spring break is a chance to do something more. This year, several student organizations will be sending their members across the world to do service projects that range from building schools to health care initiatives.
Clemson University Student Health Services earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its nationally recognized standards.
Cassidy Laird, a member of Clemson University's Tiger Band, helped football fans celebrate touchdowns the past four years by playing Tiger Rag on her alto saxophone. Now the senior from Fleming Island, Florida, has another reason to cheer. Laird has won the Roger R. and Laura M. Yoerger Preprofessional Engineer of the Year Award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
The members of Clemson University’s Beta Upsilon Chi fraternity will spend Saturday contributing more than 400 hours to service projects in Anderson and Oconee counties.
Members of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity will trade swimming trunks and beach sand for tool belts and South Carolina mud during their spring breaks this year. A group of 35 members of the fraternity from across the nation will spend the week of March 5 to 10 at the Clemson Outdoor Lab as part of the Ability Experience’s Ability Camp.
From the first doctoral degree awarded in 1955 in plant pathology to Donald Peterson of Ludington, Michigan — when "a reading knowledge" of French and German was required for plant pathology and Coach Frank Howard led the Tigers to a 7-3 record — to today, Clemson has awarded 4,534 Ph.D. sheepskins.