The Clemson University Equine Center is introducing a new short course series, “Horse Business and Management.” Participants who attend the courses earn a certificate of completion from Clemson.
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University is launching "20 Years. 20 Memories," an original web series in commemoration of its 20th anniversary.
If you have ever dreamed about running a small farm, make plans to attend the first South Carolina Small Farm and Food Entrepreneurs Mini-Conference, to be held Jan. 16-17 during the SC AgriBiz and Farm Expo at the Florence Civic Center.
In the spirit of the season, College of Engineering and Science seniors provide a special “gift” to elementary school students.
Clemson University’s National Dropout Prevention Center/Network (NDPC/N) honored the 2013 recipients of the Crystal Star Awards of Excellence in Dropout Recovery, Intervention and Prevention at its recent national conference.
Clemson University’s Athletic Leadership program is set to host a “GPA to Play” Athletic Eligibility Conference that will outline changes regarding NCAA eligibility requirements for student-athletes.
Clemson University’s National Dropout Prevention Center/Network (NDPC/N) and recording artist Usher’s New Look Foundation will partner to develop high school courses that will capitalize on student interest in pop culture and prepare students for careers in the music industry.
Marieke Van Puymbroeck, associate professor and coordinator of the therapeutic recreation program at Clemson University, has been named president of the National Academy of Recreational Therapists.
Bill Havice, professor and associate dean in Clemson University's College of Health, Education and Human Development, recently served as visiting scholar in residence at National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei City, Taiwan. He worked in the university’s department of technology application and human resource development.
Clemson University wildlife ecologists are collaborating with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, USDA Wildlife Service and Farm Bureau over the next two years to quantify the economic and ecological damage feral hogs cause to South Carolina’s agricultural and natural resources.
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.
Learn how to can venison safely using a pressure canner and up-to-date USDA methods. Clemson University Extension food safety experts are offering a workshop on pressure canning venison on Nov. 19 in Fountain Inn. All supplies, including venison, are provided. The cost is $30. Registration is required.
The Clemson Players will present "The Laramie Project" Nov. 18-22 and 24. Based on the murder of Matthew Shepard, it is a mosaic of dozens of individual voices that offers an exploration of the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights to which it can rise.
Featuring digital video, photography, music, podcasting, computer programming, video game and app creation, and a social and experiential gaming area, two Clemson labs will support academic efforts across campus as well as School of Education teaching, research and outreach related to the use of digital media in pre-kindergarten-12th grade classrooms.
More than 1,000 school leaders representing all 50 U.S. states will convene in Atlanta on Nov. 3-6 for the 25th annual National Dropout Prevention Network Conference. The conference will focus on the issue of school dropout and provide strategies for increasing graduation rates.