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  • The Nieri family builds upon Construction Science and Management’s success with Academic Cornerstone gift
    Tara Romanella | September 20, 2019

    Michael (’86) and Robyn Nieri are laying a foundation for student success at Clemson University. As the University’s fifth Cornerstone Partner for Athletics, they created the Nieri Family Student-Athlete Enrichment Center. Now, the Nieri legacy at Clemson will expand even further as they become the University’s fifth Academic Cornerstone Partner with a gift of $5 million to the Department of Construction Science and Management in the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities. It is the largest gift to both the department and the college.

  • Clemson’s Hayek Center receives major grant to expand research and undergraduate programs
    September 11, 2019

    Clemson University’s Hayek Center for Business Prosperity has received a four-year grant  from the Charles Koch Foundation that could provide as much as $5 million to the center. The Hayek Center, founded in 2018, will use funds received from the grant to hire faculty, support research, enhance academic programming and provide financial support to students.

  • Erskine math students can finish at Clemson, earn two degrees in new program
    John Gouch | September 9, 2019
    Catherine White, assistant professor and Dual Degree Programs coordinator Erskine College (left), and Clemson senior math lecturer Mark Cawood on the Erskine campus.

    An agreement between Clemson University and Erskine College will allow mathematics students at the Due West school to transfer to Clemson after three years and earn bachelor’s degrees from both schools in just two more years.

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  • Clemson researchers armed to combat guava root-knot nematodes
    Denise Attaway | September 18, 2019
    Sweet potato with bumps from infection

    Clemson University researchers are armed with close to $7 million to design protocols for managing invasive guava root-knot nematodes. This nematode is considered to be one of the most damaging in the world because of its wide host range, aggressiveness and ability to overcome the resistance that has been developed against root-knot nematodes in many crops.

  • Agriculture research in the Upstate to be on display at Simpson REC field day
    Tom Hallman | September 17, 2019
    Photo of crops growing at Simpson REC

    Clemson University's Simpson Research and Education Center (Simpson REC) will hold an Agronomy and Beef Cattle Field Day on Sept. 19 with tours and updates on crop and livestock research that ranges from high-tech breakthroughs to everyday issues.

  • Clemson program prepares women to manage the family forest land
    Jonathan Veit | September 16, 2019
    Photo of a pine forest

    Clemson University Cooperative Extension is sponsoring a new statewide educational program designed to prepare family forest matriarchs for the reality that they could someday be left to make management decisions about their forestland.

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  • Agriculture research in the Upstate to be on display at Simpson REC field day
    Tom Hallman | September 17, 2019
    Photo of crops growing at Simpson REC

    Clemson University's Simpson Research and Education Center (Simpson REC) will hold an Agronomy and Beef Cattle Field Day on Sept. 19 with tours and updates on crop and livestock research that ranges from high-tech breakthroughs to everyday issues.

  • Clemson program prepares women to manage the family forest land
    Jonathan Veit | September 16, 2019
    Photo of a pine forest

    Clemson University Cooperative Extension is sponsoring a new statewide educational program designed to prepare family forest matriarchs for the reality that they could someday be left to make management decisions about their forestland.

  • Clemson celebrates Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month
    Wanda Johnson | September 11, 2019

    Clemson University joins the nation in celebrating Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month during the next few weeks. Events begin Thursday with a visit from civil rights activist Christine Chavez, granddaughter of Cesar Chavez, the co-founder of the National Farm Workers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers.