Clemson University’s effort to bring electricity to the globe’s darkened corners has gathered momentum since the White House honored a professor for his four decades of work with solar energy.
Some of today’s best and the brightest of young scholars argue that the South is no longer out of the ordinary—that Southern Exceptionalism is a myth.
As part of a unique inauguration that will spread traditional academic proceedings over three commencement ceremonies today, Clemson University President James P. Clements offered an address that drew inspiration from sources ranging from Thomas Green Clemson to his mother. Through brief remarks delivered at the first of Friday's ceremonies, Clements challenged new graduates – as well as faculty, staff, alumni and friends in attendance or watching a live video-stream from Clemson’s website – to make a difference.
James P. Clements addressed faculty and staff at his first-ever general faculty meeting as Clemson University president, recapping his first semester while also lauding the award-winners announced at Thursday's event.
Clemson student performing artists have a history of success. Though less than two decades old, the production studies in performing arts major has produced top-tier professionals who have excelled in every aspect of the theatrical and musical worlds.
George J. Petersen of Thousand Oaks, California, a leader in academia for the past 24 years, has been named the founding dean of the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University. Presently the dean of the Graduate School of Education at California Lutheran University, he will begin his new role July 14.
A Clemson University student who will receive her master’s degree on Friday said she will pay off her student loans and establish a scholarship with the $100,000 she won for developing manufacturing software.
Jan Holmevik, an associate professor and associate chair for Clemson’s English department, joined an interdepartmental team of university faculty and staff to bring a Fortune 500 company to campus to create a better, more progressive learning environment for students. As part of an initiative that involved the university’s English department and other departments, Clemson University has collaborated with Adobe Systems for a three-year university-wide site license. As a result, university faculty, staff and students have free access to nearly 30 Adobe Creative Cloud applications.
Thomas R. (Tom) Dobbins has been named director of Clemson University’s Cooperative Extension Service.
Clemson University and Adobe will work together to enable campus-wide access to Adobe’s world-class Creative Cloud tools for all Clemson faculty, staff and students, effective immediately.
Clemson University professor Jeff Love has been named as a Fellow at the National Humanities Center for the upcoming academic year. The first-ever member of the Clemson faculty to be selected as a National Humanities Center Fellow, Love will join 40 other distinguished scholars from 36 institutions across the United States and four foreign countries working on a wide array of projects.
Weight loss is an aspect of American life that is often thrown at people full force through the media, marketers and health enthusiasts. However, weight loss is often a lot more than just reaching that perfect pants size in time for summer. Even after hitting goal weight, the most dedicated dieters can find themselves discouraged and disappointed; but the question is why? Clemson's Ellen Granberg researches the answer to that question.
Many students going into the medical field plan on studying medicine specifically for young and middle-aged adults or for children. Clemson professor Cheryl Dye, on the other hand, thinks more attention should be given to older adults.
Clemson University Alumni Professor of Mathematical Sciences William “Billy” Bridges Jr. was chosen the recipient of the 2014 Extraordinary Educator Award by members of the Delta Alpha Pi (DAPi), Nu Chapter, an honor society for students with documented disabilities.
Clemson University will soon begin expanding a building to make room for rapid growth in the industrial engineering department and will pay for the addition in a way that minimizes the impact on taxpayers and most of the student body.