The Clemson University rowing team will collaborate with teams of amateur rowers in the second annual Team Up for Clemson Regatta from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Clemson’s Women’s Rowing Facility on Hartwell Lake. The event raises money to benefit six local nonprofit organizations.
The Clemson University chapter of Habitat for Humanity will host its 20th annual build on Bowman Field Sept. 18 to 27, an event that adds a meaningful component to homecoming celebrations Sept. 27 and 28.
Soils and sustainable crop systems major Joseph Williams created “Hope Grown,” a garden at Clemson University’s Outdoor Lab that engages campers with special needs who attend camps Hope and Sertoma.
Julia Lusk, coordinator of academic integrity for the Office of Undergraduate Studies at Clemson University, has received the South Carolina State Employees Association Outstanding State Employee Award.
Instead of resting and relaxing for spring break, many Clemson University students will be heading to locations across the country and around the world to spend the week of March 18-22 helping others.
Clemson professor Brian Dean is passionate about high school computer science education, and contends that it is an area that is lacking in programs. It requires development beyond standard courses.
Being able to work with the Clemson men’s soccer team and be on Riggs Field all season sounds like an absolute dream for a Clemson student, especially one who has loved soccer his entire life. For Clemson student Thomas Gorman, it is a reality.
A Creative Inquiry team at Clemson University has launched $60 Scholarships, a social enterprise that provides educational opportunities to impoverished children living in the Burial Grounds area of Belize. Class members and volunteers from various campus organizations will staff a donation booth in the Hendrix Student Center breezeway from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday-Friday.
Patrick McMillan launches his sixth season of 'Expeditions' on PBS this fall.
In a culture rarely visited, a Clemson professor has made a lasting bond. The indigenous Mayan people of Guatemala are rarely trusting toward outsiders, but nursing professor Roxanne Amerson continues to impact 11 Mayan women’s lives through her work with health education using a promotora concept.
News travels fast, especially in a small community. In January 2012, the news of a family who lost its home in a fire the day after Christmas traveled from an 8-year-old to an elementary schoolteacher to a University administrator to a Clemson student. That student took action. When the home burned, it took with it […]
Across Haiti, in small villages like Morne Michel, the water doesn’t flow freely. It’s often contaminated, and clean water is hard to find. Members of Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries, or CEDC, are working with the Adopt-A-Village program in order to change this.
People are getting back to the land, or at least to their backyards, where they are reconnecting with growing things — vegetables, fruits, cattle, timber, flowers, shrubs, even families and local economies. And Clemson Extension agents are available to provide sound, scientifically based information to South Carolinians and help them use that information to improve the quality of their lives.
The ’55 Exchange is not asking students what their favorite flavor is, but what flavor best represents their favorite charity.
By taking a cutaway tractor to schools across the state, students in Clemson’s agricultural mechanization and business (Ag Mech) major are able to show elementary-age children the inner workings of a tractor. Their aim is to raise awareness and show these children that the realities of agriculture and engineering technology hit closer to home than they might’ve imagined.