For 10 weeks during the summer, students have worked alongside the Clemson University Restoration Institute project team and partners statewide during the detailed design and initial construction of what will be the world’s most advanced wind turbine drivetrain testing facility.
On April 21, Clemson is hosting its second annual Bone Marrow Registry Drive, hoping to attract people looking for ways to make a difference.
The Institute of Supply Chain Optimization and Logistics is uniquely poised to help businesses stay on the move — and on time.
This year’s Clemson Literary Festival brings together literary talent from across the nation in a slew of fun-filled events, including roundtable discussions with published authors, a book fair with author book signings; faculty readings; undergraduate creative writing readings; an open mic night; pub crawl readings; poet Mark Halliday; and topping it all off, a Quidditch tournament.
Members of the Clemson Anthropology Club helped clean off and map a historic slave cemetery at Soapstone Baptist Church in the Liberia Community of northern Pickens County. It was a chance for them to work on a real site, using skills from their archaeological, biological and cultural classes as well as help a local community.