Clemson University’s Center for Corporate Learning will host the fourth annual Art of Leadership summit, a five-day conference that enhances, reinforces and advances participants’ leadership skills using proven concepts, models and real-world projects.
InnoVenture will host the Clemson Summer Innovation Series at the University Center of Greenville from 5 to 7 p.m. June 24, July 29 and Aug. 27 with faculty and students joining featured presenters to provide insight on the development of ideas.
Clemson University's Palmetto Cluster ranks fifth on the list of university-owned supercomputers in the United States, according to the June 2013 Top500 list of international supercomputers.
One of the first companies launched through Clemson University’s MBA program in Entrepreneurship and Innovation is gaining traction on campus: Dabble, “the new way to break the ice.”
The Clemson University Center for Workforce Development has named the advisory board to oversee distribution of a Duke Energy Foundation award that will help train South Carolina’s advanced manufacturing workforce.
Tucked into the trees that line Pendleton’s West Queen Street is a facility that draws some 100,000 visitors per year and generates $8.9 million in total economic impact for Anderson, Oconee and Pickens counties. The T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena at Clemson University brings visitors from 20 states and Canada to horse shows, dog shows and other events, resulting in spending for lodging, meals and shopping.
Clemson University has named Sheila T. Lischwe director of sponsored programs in the Division of Research. Lischwe joins Clemson from Saint Louis University in St. Louis, Mo., where she was director of the Office of Research Development and Services.
A seasoned auto industry executive with more than three decades of experience will lead one of the world’s foremost automotive research campuses into an exciting new era of research and collaboration.
The use of natural gas as a fuel for vehicles is getting ready to take off, an industry leader said Tuesday at the SAE International Natural Gas Symposium at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR).
Clemson University will host the sixth annual Language and International Trade Conference from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 13, at the Hendrix Student Center. With the theme “Doing well by doing good: The new face of global business,” this year’s conference will feature speakers from Disneyland Paris, Dixon Hughes Goodman, Buckeye Technologies and more.
An international conference next week at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) will examine the feasibility of natural gas as an alternative fuel.
One of the nation’s foremost centers for automotive innovation has partnered with a market leader in technology research and development to advance commercial availability of natural gas engine systems for heavy duty diesel trucks.
General Motors is the official sponsor of the latest Deep Orange concept vehicle designed and engineered by students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.
Michael Gara has been named director of technology development for the Clemson University Biomedical Engineering Innovation Campus (CUBEInC).
As part of its commitment to bolster South Carolina’s manufacturing base, Duke Energy will fund workforce development initiatives in the state to help provide a next-generation workforce in key cluster areas. These initiatives will advance economic development and enhance employment opportunities for South Carolinians, thereby providing industry with a highly qualified pool of employees