Mike Gill came to Clemson from Baltimore in the fall of 1968 on a baseball scholarship, playing under Coach Bill Wilhelm. Today, he and his wife, Mary, support the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts with a generous endowment. Perhaps the connection between baseball and the Brooks Center is not readily apparent, but then Clemson has a way of bringing people and ideas together in unexpected ways.
At a University steeped in tradition, the Clemson ring — and its accompanying ceremony — are perhaps two of the most memorable and recognizable traditions.
Toward a goal of environmental stability, R. Glenn Hilliard '65 and his wife, Heather, have provided Clemson University with a $1 million endowment to teach generations to treasure and manage the dynamic balance between thenatural and human-made worlds.
Working with professor Sid Gauthreaux, a light meter, clock and folding stool, Krantz began the study that led to the publication of a scientific paper and his life’s work.
Dan Pattillo ’80 has seen tough business times. But typical of his problem-solving attitude, Pattillo sees that the recent exodus of people from the real estate and construction fields creates an opportunity for Clemson students to step into that leadership vacuum.