The Clemson University Young Alumni Council has recognized the 2013 Roaring 10, young alumni who have made an impact in business, leadership, community, educational and/or philanthropic endeavors.
Robbie Hooker, a 2005 graduate of the Eugene T. Moore School of Education’s Ph.D. program in P-12 Educational Leadership, was named the 2013 Georgia Principal of the Year by the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals. The principal of Clarke Central High School in Athens was also nominated for the National Principal of the Year […]
The Clemson Alumni Association is calling for nominations for its board of directors and the office of president-elect, who will assume the role of president in 2016.
Clemson University’s School of Architecture has honored 13 alumni with a new Architecture Alumni Achievement Award. The award was established this year in conjunction with the school’s centennial.
Several students and graduates of Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education received recognition at the South Carolina/North Carolina College Personnel 2013 Fall Conference held recently at Wake Forest University.
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.