Clemson University has been reaccredited for the next 10 years by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools' Commission on Colleges.
Clemson University researchers Rhondda Thomas and Susanna Ashton have co-authored a new book titled "The South Carolina Roots of African American Thought" that defines a new field — regional African-American intellectual thought — by assembling a collection of writings by national intellectuals and demonstrating how their South Carolina origins shaped both their ideas and the direction of the United States of America.
Clemson researchers say that providing better sleep quality and proper sedation for patients in Intensive Care Units (ICUs) will decrease their levels of delirium, a syndrome that presents severe confusion and disorientation. A pilot study, led by Clemson’s School of Nursing assistant professor John Whitcomb and recently published in journal Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, focused on lack of sleep and the development of delirium and identifying environmental factors that possibly contribute to the syndrome.
GREENVILLE — Clemson University’s Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership presented alumni Joe Erwin and Greg Smith Innovative Spirit Awards at its recent gala. The Thursday night gala was the inaugural event in what will become an annual celebration honoring two alumni every year who exemplify the spirit of creativity and innovation in their chosen fields […]
Clemson Professor of Entomology Eric Benson writes: This winter, we have had some pretty cold temperatures in South Carolina. We have had multiple days where nighttime temperatures have been well below freezing across the Palmetto State. On the morning of January 7, it was 9°F at my house, which caused a frozen water pipe in […]
Clemson University communication studies students and faculty will track conversations around the country in the Social Media Listening Center (SMLC) Wednesday when college football prospects sign their letters of intent on National Signing Day.
A new ultrasound probe that has been developed at Clemson University could take some of the guesswork out of determining the severity of rotator-cuff injuries, making it easier for doctors to decide whether patients need surgery.
Clemson University’s Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center (EPIC), established one year ago Friday, stands at the forefront of biomedical research on eukaryotic pathogens, the causative agents of some of the most devastating and intractable diseases of humans including malaria, amoebic dysentery, sleeping sickness, Chagas disease and fungal meningitis.
Clemson University researcher Jimmy Sanderson was invited to present at a special session entitled “Communication with Student Athletes About Concussions” at The Connecticut Concussion Conference, featuring experts offering solutions for schools and youth sport organizations to manage concussions and legal risks.
Clemson University’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (PRTM) has received high honors for its efforts in youth development and camp leadership. The American Camp Association (ACA) has given the department its Special Recognition Award, which honors groups, organizations or individuals for their efforts to promote camp programming. “This award recognizes that the department […]
Clemson professor Roger Stolen was selected to present at a special session titled “Pioneers of Fiber Optics” at SPIE Photonics WEST 2014, the world's leading biomedical optics, optical microelectromechanical systems, photonics and industrial laser conference and exhibition.
Lately, strange weather is becoming the norm at Clemson, and all across America. Robert Lund, a mathematical statistician at Clemson, takes a much more practical approach to the weather. He focuses his research on exactly what is going on with our weather — and his findings are fascinating.
The Institute of International Education announced Monday that Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries has won a 2014 Andrew Heiskell Award in the study-abroad category. It's one of the top awards in the world of international education.
No woman should die of cervical cancer. That is the message Clemson University public health sciences professor Rachel Mayo wants to relay to women throughout the Palmetto State. Caused primarily by the human papillomavirus (HPV), cervical cancer can largely be prevented with a HPV vaccine available to females – and males – in their preteen, […]