The College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences provides unified education, research and public service in the grand challenges of global food supply and safety, human and animal nutrition, agricultural systems efficiency, environmental conservation, sustainable packaging and renewable resources.
More than 140 Eagle Scouts have been promoted in Troop 235 since Shelburne became the scoutmaster in the 1980s.
Today’s generation is far more removed from the concept of growing your own food. Farm leaders believe it is an answer to this growing issue. However, the farm still faces the tough obstacle of staying afloat, despite untiring efforts.
Clemson University will implement a series of budget reduction and restructuring strategies to help manage state funding cuts and facilitate long-range strategic planning in its Public Service Activities (PSA) division and College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS).
Clemson University will lead a groundbreaking multistate, multidisciplinary study of key precision agriculture technology after receiving a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
A Clemson biochemist has received grants totaling more than $780,000 to study how cells repair damaged DNA, which can cause cancer and genetic illnesses.
After a successful event in 2009, the Professional Bull Riding Challenge is coming to Clemson University again this year on Sept. 24-25 at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena.
A new piece of equipment for the Clemson University biosystems engineering program will help researchers conduct novel research on new biomass sources, such as algae and fungi, that may supply biofuels of the future.
A USDA Southern Regional Integrated Pest Management grant will fund Clemson University research to find an effective and environmentally friendly control for scale insects in ornamentals.
Choosing weapons to fight fungicide-resistant brown rot is about to get easier, thanks to Clemson University research.
Clemson University has kicked off the public phase of a capital campaign to raise $600 million in private gifts by June 30, 2012.
The Clemson University Graduate School received a record-breaking 6,082 applications for the 2010-11 academic year, a 20 percent increase over last year. The university reports 3,752 graduated students were enrolled, up from 3,600 last year.
Clemson University graduates are finding jobs at nearly twice the national average of college graduates, and nearly half of them are staying in South Carolina, according to a survey.
Clemson University’s Farm-Fresh Market will return to campus this semester to offer local farmers and vendors a chance to sell their goods.
An undocumented alien has been located in South Carolina and Georgia, according to entomologists. An invasive insect is flourishing in fields and on houses and Clemson University researchers are asking for the public’s help in tracking the bean plataspid.
The next huge advance in technology will be really, really small. Nanotechnology — the manipulation of materials and processes at the atomic level — is a key part of the next industrial revolution. Clemson University is hosting Nano2010, an international conference of scientists whose research will help us understand how nanotechnology will affect our world.