A Clemson University senior lecturer who helped improve the understanding of thermal hydraulics as France became a world leader in nuclear power is looking forward to fall semester after wrapping up a year bookended by two honors.
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.
In the spirit of the season, College of Engineering and Science seniors provide a special “gift” to elementary school students.
Tencarva Machinery Company has established a memorial endowment to commemorate the life and legacy of Clay Bryan Thomas ’87.
Student Matt Sheen’s ability to “do it all” reflects his drive and dedication in everything he does. He claims that his passion for both mechanical engineering and Clemson is what pushes him to be so involved.
Mechanical engineering professor Richard Figliola has taken his research from the classroom to the cockpit and everywhere in between. From basic aerodynamics courses with Clemson undergraduates to an international research network that combats congenital heart diseases, Figliola is engaging in creative and meaningful work on both local and global scales.
Clemson students continue to amaze. Their passion for their research, their peers and for their future work is inspiring. Here are the stories of just five of our incredible seniors. We wish them and everyone else the best in their future endeavors. Go Tigers!