A Clemson University undergrad starts skincare line using the knowledge she has gained as a chemistry student.
Clemson University recognized its May and August doctoral and master’s degree graduates in two ceremonies November 15 at Greenville’s Bon Secours Wellness Arena. Among those receiving degrees at the Doctoral Hooding Ceremony were graduates from the May doctoral class – the largest-ever at 97. Another 72 comprised the August class, including five who received Doctor […]
Clemson, S.C- The students apart of Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANNRS) at Clemson University attended a regional conference that not only tested their knowledge but allowed them to take away professional development skills. The MANNRS Regional Conference, held from Sept. 25-26, was virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Because MANNRS hosts […]
Among the professions hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, the performing arts have been near the top of the list. Theaters and concert halls around the country have been shuttered for months with no end in sight. In Clemson University’s Department of Performing Arts, the normally boisterous hallways and rehearsal spaces in the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts have gone quiet as classes and workshops moved online. Back in August, and undaunted by reality, the department asked a key question: Would it be possible to put on a show in the midst of an unprecedented lockdown? Clemson’s performing arts faculty and staff made it their mission to figure out a way. Fortunately, they had a not-so-secret weapon: The natural creativity and passion that leads people into the performing arts in the first place.
Clemson University’s Board of Trustees adopted a new policy to protect the University’s reputation for excellence and integrity. The Standards of Ethical Conduct, available HERE, sets forth the general principles to which the Board subscribes and expects every member of the University community to adhere. All faculty, staff, students, administration, members of the Board of Trustees, and affiliates […]
The 10 subcommittees of President Clements’ Social Justice and Equity Task Force completed their research, and leaders of each subcommittee are presenting recommendations to the Council for Diversity and Inclusion (CUCDI) and the full Task Force. The following subcommittees represent students, faculty, staff, alumni and community leaders: Academic Related Boards, Committees and Recognition Climate and […]
Faculty, staff, students and alumni are encouraged to attend an upcoming panel discussion, Becoming a Standout Job Candidate. During the December 2 Zoom panel discussion, members of Clemson’s Corporate CDO Advisory Board will discuss how job candidates can better align their experiences to 21st century talent acquisition efforts of major employers. Participants will discover how to […]
As we approach Thanksgiving break and the end of in-person instruction, the University will supplement its robust testing programs to help keep our communities safe. ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF ARE REQUESTED TO BE TESTED PRIOR TO THANKSGIVING BREAK. While not mandatory, this testing opportunity is encouraged for any employee planning to travel or to […]
Trans Awareness and Visibility Week is celebrated November 13-19 to raise the visibility of transgender people and address issues the community faces. The week leads up to Transgender Day of Remembrance on November 20, an annual observance that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence that year.
Clemson joins colleges and universities across the country in celebrating first-generation students and graduates this week.
The President’s Office will present the Martin Luther King Jr. Awards for Excellence in Service at the 39th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration on Tuesday, January 19, 2021.
Clemson University officials continue to monitor weather conditions as Hurricane Zeta approaches the area. The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Watch for the Upstate, with increased risk of flooding and high winds. All in-person and hybrid classes scheduled for main campus and Greenville for Thursday morning (until 12:15 p.m.) will be conducted […]
Three handsome brothers reunited for a photo shoot on the Clemson campus on October 23, but had a hard time sitting still for the cameras. The three energetic siblings were seven-month-old golden retrievers named Cooper, Riggs and Bowman. They were escorted by Clemson animal and veterinary sciences majors Marena Fleming, Grace White and Dana Galvin, who have committed to fostering the dogs for a year for Battle Buddies, a Simpsonville-based nonprofit that trains service dogs and then gifts them to veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD).
The world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research, the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s, looked different this year as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Locally, instead of gathering for a large in-person event in Anderson, individuals and small groups walked on sidewalks, tracks and trails wherever they chose on Saturday, October 10.
A panel of three Clemson University faculty members will take on the timely and complex topic of the Electoral College during the fifth Power of Perspective panel discussion, titled “Electoral College and The Supreme Court: Shapers of a Nation?” at noon on October 27.