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.
Clemson University’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (PRTM) has received high honors for its efforts in youth development and camp leadership. The American Camp Association (ACA) has given the department its Special Recognition Award, which honors groups, organizations or individuals for their efforts to promote camp programming. “This award recognizes that the department […]
Millennium Boulevard will become Millennium Drive for a day in March when the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) hosts a free international car cruise.
Clemson University has partnered with Riverside Research and renewed its commitment to expand information technology supporting statewide, national and international agriculture development.
Clemson University’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center will be offering a transcendental meditation course this winter and spring. Transcendental meditation (TM) is the practice of sitting quietly and comfortably with eyes closed for 15-20 minutes twice a day, according to Caitlin Moore, health educator at the Sullivan Center. “The TM technique enriches all aspects of life […]
A partnership between Clemson University’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center and the Best Chance Network will be able to help even more underserved Upstate women detect breast and cervical cancer, thanks to new guidelines.
The Institute of International Education announced Monday that Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries has won a 2014 Andrew Heiskell Award in the study-abroad category. It's one of the top awards in the world of international education.
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, […]
Turfgrass professionals will learn about the latest turfgrass management techniques at Clemson’s annual Turf School Feb. 17–21 at locations throughout the state.
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.