Country music singer Jenna Basso will perform at the South Carolina Botanical Garden Friday, March 28.
Will student-athletes have the "GPA to Play" for the NCAA in 2016? Middle and high school coaches, administrators, counselors, teachers, parents and student-athletes can learn about the changes that will effect eligibility for the NCAA at the “GPA to Play” Athletic Eligibility Conference sponsored by Clemson University’s Athletic Leadership Program.
Clemson University will help ring in Upstate International Month when performing arts students play 23 different national anthems on the Clemson Memorial Carillon beginning at noon this upcoming Saturday.
For senior Carrah Lingo, an encounter with a tiger in the wild represented the culmination of years of hard work with Tigers for Tigers, a Clemson University club dedicated to tiger conservation.
Leslie Conrad, director of the Clemson University Outdoor Lab, has been selected as a standards instructor by the American Camp Association.
Marcia Barker, former first lady of Clemson University, received the Abernathy/Cox One Clemson Award at Thursday’s annual Joint University/City meeting.
When South Carolina lawmakers in 2006 passed Act 388, they swapped a portion of school property taxes for a 1-cent state sales tax, redistributing funding for education. The deal helped homeowners, particularly those with rapidly rising property values, but it did not benefit many of the state’s poorer school districts, according to a new study from the Jim Self Center on the Future at Clemson University’s Strom Thurmond Institute.
Clemson University’s Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources' Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center and the Yawkey Foundation will join forces to launch a nationally recognized research program tasked with discovering new and innovative ways to manage coastal wildlife and natural resources.
About 220 elementary school students will take a field trip to Clemson University Thursday to learn more about engineering and science as leaders across the nation link the disciplines to economic prosperity.
To eat like a horse, you would have to be a very picky eater. Horses need a careful balance of forage and grain to be at their best. The Clemson University Equine Center short course series, Horse Business and Management, will present a workshop on horse nutrition in March.
A Clemson University team went to North Charleston on Jan. 25 for the second event in a four-city campaign to urge the state’s middle- and high-school students to consider careers in engineering, a fast-growing field filled with high-paying jobs. The professors, students and staff took their “Emagine” tour to the Lowcountry at a time when […]
Clemson University wetland ecologists at the Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science will spend the next year monitoring water salinity levels and vegetation changes at sites in and around the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge.
Clemson Professor of Entomology Eric Benson writes: This winter, we have had some pretty cold temperatures in South Carolina. We have had multiple days where nighttime temperatures have been well below freezing across the Palmetto State. On the morning of January 7, it was 9°F at my house, which caused a frozen water pipe in […]
When it comes to Pam Buffington Redmon’s passion to control tobacco, it’s personal. Two weeks before her 1985 graduation from Clemson’s School of Nursing, Redmon received a call that no daughter wants to receive. Her father, a longtime smoker, was being rushed to the hospital and would need open heart surgery. He survived, but struggled […]
It’s time for teachers and students at Sumter-area schools to get creative and compete with neighboring schools by designing rain barrels that celebrate Earth Day 2014.