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  • Clemson students join other ACC students for Meeting of the Minds
    Denise Attaway | April 9, 2019
    2019 ACC student award winners at Clemson University.

    A select group of Clemson University undergraduates have just returned from Louisville, Kentucky where they participated in a Meeting of the Minds with other Atlantic Coast Conference students.

  • Clemson faculty member coauthors comprehensive guide to STEAM education
    Michael Staton | April 8, 2019
    First graders pollution

    A faculty member in Clemson’s College of Education has coauthored a new book, “An Educator’s Guide to STEAM: Engaging Students Using Real-World Problems.” The book aims to help readers better understand the STEAM framework in education, which is an educational approach that incorporates science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

  • Clemson College of Education to discount online degree programs for S.C. educators
    Michael Staton | April 4, 2019

    South Carolina teachers pursuing graduate education programs in Clemson University’s College of Education will receive a 10 percent tuition reduction thanks to the college’s new SC Teacher Incentive Program beginning in the 2019-20 academic year. The program will apply to four of the college’s online master’s programs.

Research


  • Nobel laureate Stoddart to speak at Clemson April 29
    Clinton Colmenares | April 19, 2019
    Portrait of Dr. Stoddart.

    CLEMSON, South Carolina — In 2018, all of the 69 high school seniors who participated in Clemson University’s Tiger Alliance program completed high school and 92 percent enrolled in college or in the military post-graduation. The students, from nine Upstate high schools, are part of a college-access program for African-American and Hispanic males that kicks […]

  • Sanabria research on cell cycle regulation featured in Nature Communications
    College of Science | April 11, 2019
    Hugo Sanabria is an assistant professor in physics and astronomy.

    Clemson University College of Science physicist Hugo Sanabria’s collaborative research on a protein that is considered to be a suppressor of cancerous tumors has been featured in the journal Nature Communications.

  • Clemson faculty member coauthors comprehensive guide to STEAM education
    Michael Staton | April 8, 2019
    First graders pollution

    A faculty member in Clemson’s College of Education has coauthored a new book, “An Educator’s Guide to STEAM: Engaging Students Using Real-World Problems.” The book aims to help readers better understand the STEAM framework in education, which is an educational approach that incorporates science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics.

Economic Development


University News


  • Clemson family raises more than $2M on fourth annual Give Day, includes $500,000 gift
    Tara Romanella | April 4, 2019
    Clemson students and faculty stand with the cub holding a sign with total amount raised.

    During Clemson University’s 24-hour Give Day, 4,125 donors raised $2,087,947 to create life-altering experiences for students, faculty and staff. The total includes a $500,000 gift made by the Schwehr family of The Woodlands, Texas. Michael ’81, Linda and their daughters, Laurel and Victoria ’16, made this gift in support of global service learning.

  • Sold-out Men of Color National Summit at Clemson University creates a clear pathway to college
    Wanda Johnson | April 2, 2019
    Students at the 2018 Men of Color National Summit

    On April 25-26, young men once again will convene at the Men of Color National Summit along with other high school and college students, business professionals, educators, government officials and community leaders from around the country. The sold-out crowd of more than 2,000 attendees will gather at the Greenville Convention Center to identify and promote strategies that foster success from cradle to career. Registration is open for the Men of Color Pre-Summit Institute. Clemson's Call Me MISTER program will host the day-long event April 24.

  • Use Perimeter Road, arrive early for Clemson’s Ring Ceremony
    April 1, 2019
    Three women hold out their hands to show their new Clemson rings.

    Students and guests should plan to arrive early as security at the entrances to the coliseum may mean it will take a little extra time to find a seat. The university's clear bag policy will be in effect for the event and there will be walk-through metal detectors at the entrances of the Burton Gallery, the East Gate, the South Gate and the student entrance on the loading dock. Students who are participating in the ceremony are asked to refrain from bringing bags.

Public Service and Agriculture


  • Nutrition education program celebrates 50 years of service
    Tom Hallman | April 16, 2019
    EFNEP Hunley Park

    Created in the 1960s to promote health among the nation's most vulnerable — low-resource families with children — the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) teaches participants how to budget their food dollars to increase food security and diet quality. By addressing barriers to health and healthy eating, the program helps people gain the knowledge and, most importantly, the desire to adopt a nutritious diet and healthy lifestyle.

  • 4-H Engineering Challenge helps STEM students find their passions
    Steven Bradley | April 15, 2019
    Miss Clemson speaks to South Carolina youth at the 4-H Engineering Challenge.

    Now in its seventh year, the S.C. 4-H Engineering Challenge aims to raise student interest in science, technology, engineering and math — or STEM subjects — and allow them to experience various STEM disciplines while competing against other students in the state.

  • Clemson, Auburn Extension teams join forces to advance land-grant mission
    Steven Bradley | April 4, 2019
    Horticulture teams gather at Memorial Stadium.

    The horticulture program teams from Clemson Cooperative Extension Service and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) at Auburn University came together recently to open up their respective playbooks for a two-day joint team meeting on Clemson’s campus.

People


  • Nobel laureate Stoddart to speak at Clemson April 29
    Clinton Colmenares | April 19, 2019
    Portrait of Dr. Stoddart.

    CLEMSON, South Carolina — In 2018, all of the 69 high school seniors who participated in Clemson University’s Tiger Alliance program completed high school and 92 percent enrolled in college or in the military post-graduation. The students, from nine Upstate high schools, are part of a college-access program for African-American and Hispanic males that kicks […]

  • Associate Provost Sharon Nagy named American Council on Education fellow
    Tara Romanella | April 17, 2019
    Photo of Sharon Nagy

    The American Council on Education (ACE) named Sharon Nagy, associate provost for Global Engagement at Clemson University, an ACE Fellow for the 2019-20 academic year. Following a nomination by the senior administration of their institutions and a rigorous application process, 39 Fellows were selected this year.

  • Keppler named interim associate vice president for Clemson Student Affairs
    Philip Sikes | April 16, 2019
    Kurt Keppler, middle, has been named interim associate vice president for the Division of Student Affairs.

    Kurt Keppler has been named interim associate vice president in Clemson University’s Division of Student Affairs. Keppler has more than 35 years of experience in higher education and fills the void left by Doug Hallenbeck, who was named vice president for Student Affairs at Oklahoma State University in March. Keppler will begin his new role on May 1.

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