These are the August events planned at the South Carolina Botanical Garden and Bob Campbell Geology Museum at Clemson University. For more information or to register, call 864-656-3405, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at www.clemson.edu/scbg/events/.
Events are scheduled at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena at Clemson University in August. For a full list of events, see www.clemson.edu/garrison/.
It’s soybean rust season, and Clemson University scientists will again release regular reports throughout the summer from rust monitoring plots around the state.
Clemson University is offering two incentives — voluntary retirement or voluntary separation — to eligible employees to help manage state funding cuts to its Public Service Activities division.
The Clemson University- and ETV-produced “Making It Grow!” won its sixth Emmy Award from the Southeast Regional National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Clemson University is honoring Chris Przirembel, the retiring vice president for research and economic development, by establishing an endowment in his name. The Dr. C.E.G. Przirembel Graduate Fellowship Endowment will provide support for graduate students pursuing master’s and Ph.D. degrees from Clemson.
These events are scheduled at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena at Clemson University in July. For a full list of events, see www.clemson.edu/garrison/.
Philip Morris International has awarded $360,000 to Clemson University for tobacco research. The money will be used to hire a plant scientist and to build test facilities, enabling research that will help reduce grower costs.
The head of Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service field operations told a state conference that South Carolina’s Extension Service, like its counterparts nationwide, is caught in the deepest financial crisis since the Great Depression.
Youngsters can get a unique look at coastal South Carolina while learning about the state’s natural heritage and the role rivers play during a camp for 8- to 14-year-olds July 11-16 at Camp Sewee in Awendaw.
The environmental engineering and Earth sciences department at Clemson University has received a three-year, $400,000 faculty-development grant from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission to help recruit and retain younger faculty in nuclear science.
These events are scheduled at the T. Ed Garrison Livestock Arena at Clemson University in June. For a full list of events, see www.clemson.edu/garrison.
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Learn how to build a rain barrel, save water and money and reduce stormwater pollution at a hands-on workshop May 21 at Sumter County Public Works.
Learn how to build a rain garden and let nature play a role shaping your home landscape at a seminar and installation workshop coming May 14 to Georgetown County.