A renowned researcher with more than 30 years' experience studying waterfowl habitats and populations has been named the inaugural director of Clemson University's James C. Kennedy Waterfowl and Wetlands Conservation Center. Rick Kaminski will coordinate teaching, research and outreach in waterfowl and wetlands ecology from the Kennedy Center’s location at Clemson’s Belle W. Baruch Institute for Coastal Ecology and Forest Science in Georgetown.
Clemson University has landed a spot in the new edition of the "Fiske Guide to Colleges." For more than 30 years, millions of students, parents and guidance counselors have relied on the guide to present the “best and most interesting” schools during their college searches.
Emily Thompson, a senior physics major at Clemson University, has been awarded an Astronaut Foundation Scholarship. The scholarship, a stipend of up to $10,000, is awarded to students who demonstrate high academic merit in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields.
Dean Harman is no stranger to the ins and outs of the financial services industry, and the Clemson alumnus isn’t shy about sharing his opinion on how it should and shouldn’t work on the big stage. Case in point was recent testimony he presented before a congressional subcommittee on proposed regulations that would restrict access […]
These students who had outstanding academic accomplishments during the spring 2015 semester have earned inclusion on the Dean’s List at Clemson University.
The Clemson University Concrete Canoe Team (3CT) placed first for the Final Product Award and fifth overall in the 2015 National Concrete Canoe Competition held on campus this week.
One of the many strengths Clemson University’s highly ranked graphic communications program prides itself on is the hands-on experience students receive. Nowhere was the program’s success with that approach more evident than at a competition in Nashville this spring. A team of seven Clemson students was declared the overall winner in the Phoenix Challenge College […]
Clemson elementary education major Sarah Dickenson of Lexington received a national award recognizing outstanding new elementary science teachers or pre-service teachers.
Ever feel you were doomed out of the gate in a job interview? Although a belief exists that a job candidate’s fate is determined very early in the interview process, research conducted by a Clemson University psychology professor and researchers at Old Dominion and Florida State universities may indicate otherwise.
While most college students follow a typical four-year plan that ends with a diploma on graduation day, Angela McKinney has put herself on track to earn a bachelor’s degree as a political science major and Spanish minor in just two-and-a-half years.
Clemson University will host the National Concrete Canoe Competition Saturday through Monday. The competition, held annually by the American Society of Civil Engineers, will have more than 20 student teams from across the country competing with concrete canoes they built during the academic year.
Clemson’s Creative Inquiry research program lets students take risks in order to seek answers to challenging questions. This opportunity would not be possible without Phil and Mary Bradley’s generosity.
Drowsy drivers take a heavy toll on the nation’s highways. So finding a reliable way to test for fatigue to mitigate its potential damage could have a significant impact on highway safety.
Clemson University is paving the way for enhanced understanding of “big data” visualization on campus by involving undergraduate students from around the country through one of its National Science Foundation-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates programs this summer. The program, “REU Site: Undergraduate Research Experience in Collaborative Data Visualization Applications,” is led by Dr. Vetria Byrd […]
Fifty years after they walked the stage to receive their diplomas, nearly 100 Clemson University alumni from the class of 1965 presented the school a check for $1,227,872 to help future students do the same.