Clemson’s Graduate School promotes superior research and scholarship and provides the highest levels of education and training for students who may pursue careers in academia, government, the nonprofit sector, business and industry.
Sarah Rowlinson, a third-year PhD student in bioengineering, was part of a group of students from the National Science Policy Group (NSPG) that recently visited Capitol Hill to advocate for science research funding and other issues at the intersection of science and public policy. “Our message was that funding levels for research in all scientific disciplines […]
Clemson University professors John Rodgers and James Castle will let the politicians and interest groups fight over the route of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline while they and their graduate students toil away in a basement laboratory solving a much more vexing problem: how to clean the virtual flood of water needed to extract billions of barrels of oil from the sands of the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Clemson University doctoral student Christie Sampson frequently travels to remote regions of the world to work to reduce the conflict between humans and wild animals.
The animated short "Peanut Butter Jelly" showcases the increasing sophistication coming out of a Clemson graduate program that mimics a real-world animation studio. It also shines a light on the School of Computing’s growing influence in the movie industry.
Searching for aquatic water bugs is just one of the ways 37 students from Daniel High School – in conjunction with graduate students from Clemson University – spent several months examining the water quality of Indian Creek in the Clemson Experimental Forest.
Brittney Smith, a graduate student in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, received the 2015 Advisor of the Year Award from the South Carolina Organization for Residential Education (SCORE). She accepted the award at the 2015 Score Conference hosted at Clemson University, which brings together residence hall student leaders from across state of […]
Clemson's Regional Economic Development Center (REDC) added incubators in Rock Hill and Hartsville brought more than a dozen new companies under the Clemson Technology Villages umbrella in 2014.
Three alumni and a graduate student and of the Counselor Education and Student Affairs program at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education have received awards from the South Carolina College Personnel Association (SCCPA). The association recognized the winners at the recent 2014 South Carolina College Personnel Association Conference. Jeff Brown, a 2001 graduate, […]
Clemson University’s graduate architecture programs once again have been named among the nation’s best in an annual ranking of all accredited programs in the U.S.
Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education has been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education in an effort to increase the number of college faculty members focused on special education issues in high-needs schools.
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.
Jessikah Stahl knows there’s not one single way to inspire people. And her dreams are very different. One musical. One academic. Both meant to inspire.
Adam Beeco, a 2013 graduate of Clemson University’s parks, recreation and tourism management doctoral program, is a recipient of the Best Dissertation Award by the American Academy of Park and Recreation Administration. This national-level award will be presented to Beeco during the 2014 National Recreation and Park Association’s Congress in Charlotte, N.C., in October. He […]
Graduate students are a huge part of the Clemson Family, and Graduate Student Government is working hard to make sure graduate students needs are addressed and their voices heard.
Graduate students from the Clemson chapter of Society for the Advancement of Hispanics/Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) tutor local high school students in science as part of the Bridges to a Brighter Future program.l