Clemson University and Georgia Tech may compete on the football field, but researchers from the two institutions are working together and have developed a new approach for protecting coastal areas from flooding, which could be used to safeguard major metropolitan areas.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will support a Clemson University scientist’s study of the impact of environmental changes on lucinids, a common species of clam found in Southern coastal marine sediments.
Clemson University students have published the 2013 issue of Decipher magazine to highlight research performed by students in the Creative Inquiry program. Articles cover a wide range of student research activities at Clemson, from genetic research to breed better crops, gaining a better understanding of concussions from a student-engineered simulator, and solving infrastructure problems in Haiti.
Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of Clemson University’s Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education, discussed strategies for increasing student diversity in gifted education at a recent conference sponsored by the Council of the Great City Schools.
Clemson University’s partnership with Aiken breaks new ground in demonstrating how innovative technologies can become economic generators at the small-city scale.
The classroom of the future. A game changer. Technology showcase. These are all terms used to describe the new Edgar Brown Digital Resources Laboratory in Clemson University’s R.M. Cooper Library.
The Clemson University Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Levin, will perform its first concert of the season at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
“The way stereotypes work is that they essentially drive our cognitive functioning, our top-down processing,” observes assistant psychology professor Paul Merritt. Merritt believes stereotypes affect an individual’s mental processes including memory recall, attention span and decision making. He provides a great illustration of this phenomenon through a simple mental exercise. “If I ask you to identify […]
Lance Armstrong used Twitter to employ image-repair strategies in a way that cultivated followers and countered media reports. However, he neglected to enact any image-repair tweets following his admission to using performance-enhancing drugs in a nationally staged interview with Oprah Winfrey, researchers say.
“The print industry is definitely not dead,” claims Erica Walker, lecturer in graphic communications and professional cinematographer. “The industry is rapidly changing and moving beyond just traditional products by offering cross-media marketing services in order to better serve clients,” says Walker. Walker points out that printing companies have a unique advantage they can leverage. By expanding their services […]
Tony Cawthon, professor in leadership, counselor education and human and organizational development in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, has been named an Alumni Distinguished Professor at the university.
Professor Fran McGuire was part of a group who lead the effort to establish the Pre-Collegiate Programs Office, which will work with faculty and staff on current and new youth programs to create safe, personal and memorable Clemson experiences.
Laura R. Olson, professor of political science at Clemson University, has been recognized by her peers with the 2013 Centennial Professor Award.
Forrester is finishing his yearlong service as a Clemson University adjunct professor on loan from NASA. He encourage students to embrace all of the educational opportunities before them, even if their life or career goals are uncertain or change over time.
Clemson University history professor Roger Grant is the bronze winner of ForeWord Review’s Book of the Year Award for history. He won the accolade for his book "Railroads and the American People," a social history of the impact of railroads on American life, published in 2012 by Indiana University Press.