Barry Nocks, professor emeritus of city and regional planning at Clemson University, has been named to the College of Fellows by the American Institute for Certified Planners in recognition of his achievements in urban planning, community service and leadership.
In the aftermath of the Arab Spring, Middle Eastern countries are working to restructure civil institutions from the bottom up. A key component of their future democracies is the future of higher education, and Clemson University is playing a role in helping one country make vital policy decisions about its students and universities. Darren L. Linvill, assistant professor of communication studies, joined colleagues from around the world to discuss the future of Libya’s educational system.
The cutting-edge research and world-class education that are helping South Carolina play a leading role in the nation’s manufacturing revival took center stage Friday when U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker visited the Clemson University-International Center for Automotive Research.
Before you can grow a crop, you have to plant the seed. That's as true of South Carolina's crop of new farmers as it is the commodities their farms produce.
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 Driving SCIENCE-Saving Teenage Lives program has been awarded a $53,500 grant from the American Honda Foundation. The program, developed by Clemson University’s College of Engineering and Science, exposes teachers to the best practices for improving student achievement and promoting awareness of motorsports careers.
National and international design award-winner Marlon Blackwell will present some of his most unique work and developments as an architect when the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston — along with AIA Charleston — hosts his talk as part of the 2013-14 Joint Lecture Series.
As a professor of entomology at Clemson University, Joe Culin literally notices the little things in life, be it in person or on the big screen. Case in point: How Hollywood portrays insects in films, be it past or present, animation or live-action.
Filmmaker and author John de Graaf will screen his documentary “The Great Vacation Squeeze” Monday, March 24, at Clemson University. The screening will be from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Institute’s Self Auditorium.
CLEMSON, S.C. — Clemson University’s Call Me MISTER program has received $1.3 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation (WKKF) of Battle Creek, Mich., to collaborate with Jackson State University (JSU) to increase the number of African-American male teachers in Mississippi K-8 classrooms. Clemson’s Interim Provost Nadim Aziz made the announcement Friday as representatives from the […]
Technical colleges across the state have begun using a new curriculum that Clemson University researchers have developed to help teach students the basic skills they need to land a job in a modern manufacturing plant.
A Clemson University course on sustainability and interdisciplinary communication has enhanced environmental knowledge, providing faculty and students the opportunity to critically examine environmental issues and determine how the environment should be protected.
The Jonas Center for Nursing and Veterans Healthcare has awarded the Clemson University School of Nursing a $40,000 grant to fund the scholarships of two nursing Ph.D. students.
United States Poet Laureate and Pulitzer Prize winner Natasha Trethewey is the headliner for the seventh annual Clemson Literary Festival, taking place from Wednesday, March 26, to Saturday, March 29. A reading and book signing featuring Trethewey will be at 8 p.m. Thursday, March 27, at the Clemson University Alumni Center.
Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education, moderated a panel about the academic achievement of African-American males, and is featured to two recent national publications.