Clemson broke a lot of ground in 2014. The University literally broke ground on several campus construction projects, but it also achieved groundbreaking success in other areas — the Will to Lead capital campaign surpassed the $800 million mark, we welcomed in another record-breaking freshman class and faculty continued to conduct groundbreaking research. The top 10 most-read Web stories from 2014 sum up the year’s highlights pretty well.
Clemson University's campus is experiencing a construction boom, with four major projects underway — Core Campus, Freeman Hall, the Watt Family Innovation Center and Douthit Hills.
Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School is the first project-based, science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) middle school in Greenville County. And Clemson University is a part of it, working with the school’s leaders to support current teachers and determine new ways to train future teachers. From helping develop the plans for the school building to building the curriculum, Clemson faculty members brought their expertise and research in the field to the planning table.
October is the month where everything that could possibly turn pink, turns pink. For these 31 days, breast cancer awareness manifests in the most creative forms — from pink soup cans to pink-laced football cleats. Who works beyond the rush of pink October? Who is there to help the newly diagnosed women cope and recover year-round? At Clemson, one group of professors and researchers is dedicated to helping these women put their worlds back together. They’re focused on how to treat the disease, and — just as importantly — on how to treat the woman who is dealing with it. Some cover the science, some cover the psychology, but all are coming together to form a multi-faceted method for preventing, treating, surviving and defeating breast cancer.
Two Clemson University researchers are working on new applications for “connected cars” as automakers begin producing more vehicles that can go online while on the road.
Identified with Clemson since its earliest days, wild tigers are facing extinction. Habitat destruction, human conflict, poaching and climate change are arrayed against them, and now the global population of wild tigers is estimated to be just 3,200.
Clemson has changed over the years, both the campus and the town. But if you spend some time here, re-trace your favorite path through campus, you’ll find a lot of those places that will spark memories and stories
Family. It's a word we use all the time here at Clemson — but what do we mean when we talk about the 'Clemson Family?' Let our alumni, students and Tiger parents tell you.
The ideas and businesses that have been molded through the MBAe program thus far have been incredible. Take a look at where some of the students — and their businesses — from the past two classes are now.
Clemson World magazine recently had the opportunity to sit down with President Clements and ask a few questions.