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, […]
A renowned entomologist who has spent much of his career using advanced DNA techniques to document the diversity and inform the conservation of beetles will become Clemson’s first John C. and Suzanne E. Morse Endowed Chair in Arthropod Biodiversity.
The Clemson University technology that could power industrial tools, run consumer electronics and help reduce carbon emissions starts with building blocks that are about 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.
Clemson turfgrass pathologist Bruce Martin will be awarded the Col. John Morley Distinguished Service Award by the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA) during its national conference in Orlando Feb. 5.
A team will travel from Clemson University to Spartanburg Saturday to launch a four-city campaign across South Carolina to urge the state’s middle- and high-school students to consider careers in engineering, a fast-growing field filled with high-paying jobs.
People have been making glass for 5,000 years, but not like Clemson University’s John Ballato. The materials science and engineering professor leads a team that has been doing research that could come straight out of Capt. Kirk’s logbook. Ballato’s peers have taken notice of his work. Clemson faculty has voted him the winner of the “Class of ‘39 Award for Excellence.”
Clemson University has been ranked No. 7 in the National Universities category of an exclusive U.S. News & World Report list of most efficient schools, the publication recently announced.
Standing in front of a packed ballroom at the Fountainbleau resort on Miami Beach, Clemson University's new president, James P. Clements, lightheartedly broke the ice while introducing himself to the school's alumni and fans.
A Clemson University environmental engineering professor who has advised scores of students and worked to keep nation’s water sources clean has been named associate dean for research and graduate studies in the College of Engineering and Science.
Clemson University and The Ohio State University will compete in the Orange Bowl, but faculty and staff from the two institutions are working together to help train 3,750 teachers nationwide and bring individual instruction to 90,000 struggling readers. These highly trained teachers will also serve an additional 405,000 struggling readers in small groups and classroom settings.
The Clemson Tigers will only spend a few days in South Florida to compete in the Orange Bowl, but Clemson University researchers maintain a strong footprint throughout the state via coastal city flood protection, sustainable agriculture and strawberry disease prevention.
It’s a holiday tradition as welcome as year-old fruitcake. Traffic congestion will be inevitable as millions of travelers pack the nation’s roads this week to see family and friends and do some last-minute Christmas shopping.
At his final graduation ceremonies prior to stepping down as president, James F. Barker was praised and thanked Thursday for leading Clemson University the past 14 years.
Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate its 20th birthday and the accomplishments of student performers at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.