Clemson’s College of Engineering and Science is known for a strong emphasis in collaborative research and career preparation.
Patients could be less likely to reject artificial hips, knees and other medical implants thanks to the research that Andy Tennyson and his group are doing at Clemson University.
A Clemson University researcher who is helping extend the life of hybrid car batteries and has been invited to share her knowledge around the world will add to a string of honors Thursday when she goes to Charlotte to be recognized as an emerging leader in energy.
Mohammed Daqaq of Clemson University is the winner of an award that recognizes the research he has done to develop “energy harvesters,” a new technology that could play a key role in helping monitor bridges for cracks and other signs of strain.
A new lab at Clemson University will help industrial engineers expand their research into some of the nation’s most urgent topics. They will focus on network defense and operations, with application to monitoring unmanned aerial vehicles, energy grid operations, and beyond. J. Cole Smith, chair of the Department of Industrial Engineering, has received word that […]
The relationship between the STEM disciplines and the arts will be on display at two Clemson locations during Artisphere May 13-15 in downtown Greenville. Building on the success of last year’s Clemson STEAM tent, the Clemson STEAM Network is back in force, with more than a dozen hands-on, interactive exhibits. The first location – next […]
Clemson University President James P. Clements lauded the accomplishments of faculty and staff and acknowledged work to be done to move Clemson forward during the May 6, year-end general faculty meeting.
Cardiologist Waenard L. Miller and his wife, Sheila, of Frisco, Texas, have given $2 million to Clemson University to establish the Dr. Waenard L. Miller, Jr. ’69 and Sheila M. Miller Endowed Chair in Medical Physics.
Another year and another class of Clemson students are graduating and heading out to make their mark on the world. We will miss them, but are equally excited to see what they accomplish next.
Emily Thompson's sensible flats are firmly planted on terra firma. She'll graduate in May as one of Clemson's most-decorated physics undergraduates ever, racking up honors from a Goldwater Fellowship to an Astronaut Scholarship and "every award available to her at Clemson," according to Mark Leising, the interim dean of the new College of Science.
The inaugural Greenville Innovation Summit recently brought together more than 100 high school students, and organizers are planning future events. The two-day summit in downtown Greenville was aimed at immersing high school students in the innovation occurring in four of the state’s most thriving industries: advanced manufacturing, healthcare, information technology and agribusiness. Justin Shaw, who […]
The visual effects that help make films such as “Avatar” and “The Hobbit” trilogy come to life took center stage on May 3 when four-time Academy Award winner Joe Letteri visited Clemson University. Letteri, the senior VFX supervisor at Weta Digital, has been at the forefront of many modern techniques and specializes in the creation […]
A family with three generations of Clemson University alumni has given $1 million to the school to benefit engineering, arts and humanities, and the library, all integral parts of their collegiate experience,
A workshop that is drawing participants from at least 11 countries to exchange the latest ideas on materials and devices that emit light will be held in Greenville, thanks two two Clemson University faculty members. This is the first time in its 11-year history that the International Workshop on Photoluminescence in Rare Earths: Photonic Materials […]
A group of Clemson University students believes everyone should have access to healthy foods. The students are developing Tiger Gardens to demonstrate how healthy vegetables can be grown anywhere, even on concrete.
Matt Doyle '16, a student from Connecticut, never dreamt of attending an out-of-state school. However, in 2012, Chuck '82 and Sue Fish made a commitment to establish an endowed fund, ultimately to provide engineering students from out-of-state with a great college experience. This commitment originated with the Chuck ’82 and Sue Fish Annual Engineering Scholarship, which they have been funding over a four-year period. Thanks to the couple's commitment, students like Matt Doyle can achieve goals they once thought weren’t possible.