The new director of Clemson University’s general engineering department is a career naval officer who has served aboard three nuclear submarines and has done research on how lasers can be used as weapons.
Some of the nation’s brightest high school students are at Clemson University this week to take part in a training camp that decides which four will go to Taiwan to represent the United States in an international computer-programming contest.
Clemson University is among 12 universities nationwide that have been cited for helping drive economic growth at a time when more states are looking to their higher-education institutions to create jobs and investment.
A Clemson University graduate is returning to his alma mater to lead the industrial engineering department in the midst of an enrollment boom and a $10-million expansion of its home building.
Nearly 900 of the 3,200 students who received Clemson University degrees in the May commencement ceremonies were from the College of Engineering and Science. Among those were two undergraduates who were singled out for special recognition. Kate Gasparro, of Huntington Beach, Calif., received the Norris Medal, while Elliott Mappus of Charleston was recognized with the […]
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One of Artisphere 2014’s largest exhibits showed how Clemson University is bringing together technology and art to create cars, movie special effects and 3D computer programs, while inspiring the next generation of engineers, scientists and artists. The College of Engineering and Science had a major exhibit at Artisphere for the first time in the Greenville […]
Six members of the College of Engineering and Science faculty received awards at a ceremony in Greenville on May 2. The awards are: Collaboration Award – Jeff Anker, chemistry and John DesJardins, bioengineering. The award recognizes a team of two or more faculty who have demonstrated exemplary and synergistic collaboration in research and/or teaching. McQueen […]
Clemson University’s effort to bring electricity to the globe’s darkened corners has gathered momentum since the White House honored a professor for his four decades of work with solar energy.
A Clemson University student who will receive her master’s degree on Friday said she will pay off her student loans and establish a scholarship with the $100,000 she won for developing manufacturing software.
Five Clemson University alumni and a department chair were honored at the 19th annual College of Engineering and Science banquet. Three of the honorees were inducted into the Thomas Green Clemson Academy of Engineering and Science, the college’s highest honor. Three others were recognized as Outstanding Young Alumni. Honorees were selected by a review committee […]
GREENVILLE — One of Artisphere 2014’s largest exhibits will show how Clemson University is bringing together technology and art to create cars, movie special effects and 3D computer programs, while inspiring the next generation of engineers, scientists and artists. The College of Engineering and Science will have a major exhibit at Artisphere for the first time in the festival’s 10-year history, at the corner of Broad and Main streets in downtown Greenville. It will include a student-built concept car, animated productions and hands-on activities. This year's festival goes from May 9-11.
Clemson University will soon begin expanding a building to make room for rapid growth in the industrial engineering department and will pay for the addition in a way that minimizes the impact on taxpayers and most of the student body.
A Clemson University associate professor of automotive engineering has won SAE’s Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award. Dr. Beshah Ayalew won in the ground vehicle category in recognition of significant contributions to teaching, curriculum development and research, including grants, independent research and professional development. Established in 1963, the award is administered by the Teetor Educational Award […]
A team of faculty and students recently went to BMW R&D and Engineering Center (FIZ) in Munich as part of an effort to expand the university’s partnership with the German automaker. The trip came just days after BMW announced that it planned to invest $1 billion into its Greer plant and hire another 800 workers […]