Abigail McCarter is a political science and Spanish double major from South Carolina. Originally interested in law and immigration upon coming to college, McCarter has found a new passion in international relations and diplomacy after studying abroad in the Balkans in the summer of 2018. There she participated in a five-week program taught by Vladimir […]
Through his work, this award-winning Tiger wants to support a campus environment where people feel valued, respected and committed to creating positive change. Meet Jerad Green.
CLEMSON – Toshiko Kishimoto, associate professor emerita of languages, has been awarded a national medal of distinction — the Order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold and Silver Rays Medal — by the Emperor of Japan in a ceremony at the Royal Palace in Tokyo. An honorable certificate signed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe also […]
In 2017, Phillip Wilder, assistant professor of literacy in Clemson’s College of Education, will serve as United States consultant for Mwangaza, an organization focused on community health and educator development in Tanzania. Wilder will travel to Arusha, Tanzania and work closely with the staff at Mwangaza during his role as consultant, but it won’t be […]
Clemson University assistant professor of theater Richard St. Peter has been named a Fulbright Scholar as a visiting professor at the University of Craiova in Romania beginning this fall.
A shifting job market that increasingly rewards graduates who can navigate the cultures and languages of other countries is driving a Clemson University group to strengthen ties with one of Latin America’s top universities. Tecnológico de Monterrey sent a delegation to Clemson for two days of talks on how to expand a collaboration that begins this summer with a student exchange program.
Carmen Nibigira, a Clemson doctoral student and tourism professional, recently accepted the first runner up United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) award for innovation in public policy and governance on behalf of the East Africa Tourism Platform (EATP). UNWTO recognized the EATP for its innovative multi-destination knowledge management tool at the 12th UNWTO Awards on […]
Current and former Clemson University students will share their experiences abroad at the first Global Symposium Saturday at the Madren Center. Attendees will be encouraged to take a stand on global engagement.
Millennium Boulevard will become Millennium Drive on Saturday when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) hosts its second annual international car cruise and festival.
Clemson’s Office of Global Engagement brings the world to Clemson. The office reinforces that vision through operational and administrative support for a globally engaged community on Clemson’s campus.
Clemson University will host a dozen students from Japan’s prestigious Hiroshima University as part of a cultural exchange program called “Kakehashi – The Bridge for Tomorrow.”
Clemson University is hosting events each week during March to mark Upstate International Month, a celebration of the Upstate's numerous cultures.
Clemson University will host the Language and International Trade Conference Wednesday.
Millennium Boulevard will become Millennium Drive this March when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) hosts its second annual international car cruise and festival.
South Carolina and Canada already benefit greatly from close economic ties, but the relationship can be stronger. That was the message coming out of a conference hosted by Clemson University’s Canada Center and Wood Utilization + Design Institute. The meeting on the Clemson campus focused on ways to strengthen and expand forestry industry ties and opportunities between the Palmetto State and its partner north of the border.