The Clemson University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Levin, will perform its first concert of the season at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Like many college-bound freshmen, Shannon Stefl started her undergraduate degree a bit unsure about her future. Unlike most first-year students, when she wasn’t satisfied with her curriculum, Shannon made an ambitious change: from French to physics.
Clemson University has always had a presence in every section of the state of South Carolina, but in the last decade, that presence has grown exponentially in Greenville. Just a 45-minute trip from Clemson, Greenville now houses several Clemson academic programs, and the University’s partnerships with Greenville Health System have only gotten stronger.
Forrester is finishing his yearlong service as a Clemson University adjunct professor on loan from NASA. He encourage students to embrace all of the educational opportunities before them, even if their life or career goals are uncertain or change over time.
“The first thing I want to get across to my students at the beginning of a semester is that Finance is not just about numbers and calculations,” states Fei Xie, Wells Fargo Professorship and associate professor of finance. “At its core, Finance is a social science that studies how people think, behave and make decisions.” Xie […]
As a group of 15 Clemson students found out, debate is more than just making your point and proving that you’re right. Debate is academic. It’s research-based. And it’s hard, rewarding work. In its first year, Clemson’s debate team won the National Education Debate Association’s (NEDA) national tournament.
Clemson University has established the first program to train engineers to recycle and reprocess medical devices. The Medical Device Recycling and Reprocessing Certificate Program offered by the Clemson University Biomedical Engineering Innovation Campus (CUBEInC) was developed in response to the dramatic market adoption of reprocessing in recent years.
Clemson University researcher Julie P. Martin has been awarded a science and technology policy fellowship by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.