Event-goers at this year's Moogfest in Asheville, N.C., will see clouds in the air — five, to be precise — no matter what the weather proves to be. That is because 17 Clemson University architecture students have been given the task of creating an engaging community space for the five-day festival that begins April 23: an outdoor location for attendees and the community-at-large to gather, rest, relax and recharge — both themselves and, if needed, their cell phones.
Clemson University officials will break ground Friday to start construction of an innovation center that will transform student lives and the academic center of campus.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Clemson University a $5.3 million grant to enable a national network of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure Research and Education Facilitators (ACI-REFs) to broaden the impact of advanced computing resources at campuses across the country.
A new partnership will establish formal collaboration among genetic researchers and Clemson University faculty at the Greenwood Genetic Center and Self Regional Healthcare, expanding an already successful working relationship.
Clemson University bioengineer Karen Burg and her colleagues in the Institute for Biological Interfaces of Engineering are developing a new, integrative means of studying the complex behavior of cancer cells in breast tissue that may one day change the way doctors treat the disease.
People have been making glass for 5,000 years, but not like Clemson University’s John Ballato. The materials science and engineering professor leads a team that has been doing research that could come straight out of Capt. Kirk’s logbook. Ballato’s peers have taken notice of his work. Clemson faculty has voted him the winner of the “Class of ‘39 Award for Excellence.”
New voting technology that was pioneered by a Clemson University computer science professor soon will be deployed to Wisconsin and Florida for pilot programs that he expects will begin to revolutionize how voters nationwide cast ballots.
At his final graduation ceremonies prior to stepping down as president, James F. Barker was praised and thanked Thursday for leading Clemson University the past 14 years.
More than 1,100 students are expected to receive degrees when Clemson University hosts its fall 2013 graduation ceremonies next Thursday, Dec. 19, at Littlejohn Coliseum.
The South Carolina Lowcountry’s primary provider of electricity, together with the nation’s largest utility, joined Clemson University today to dedicate the world’s most advanced energy systems testing and research center. The world-class facility was named the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center during a dedication that marks the beginning of groundbreaking research, education and innovation at the Clemson University Restoration Institute (CURI) campus. SCE&G supported the center with a $3.5 million gift.
James P. “Jim” Clements was selected on Nov. 11 to be Clemson University’s 15th president. Clements currently serves as president of West Virginia University.
With the creation of the Brown Digital Resources Laboratory and the new Digital Media and Learning Lab, Clemson University students and faculty now have the future at their fingertips. Literally.
By simple longevity in a presidential position, Clemson University President James Barker is one of the senior voices for higher education in South Carolina. And from that perspective, he’s calling for a return to the way things used to be.