The ideas and businesses that have been molded through the MBAe program thus far have been incredible. Take a look at where some of the students — and their businesses — from the past two classes are now.
Two Clemson University professors have been named among the nation's 40 top young professors in a feature released by national online education publication NerdScholar.
Clemson University professor tells why President Obama should not overreact to Russian/Ukraine crisis, offers solutions on what United States can do.
Laura R. Olson, professor of political science at Clemson University, has been recognized by her peers with the 2013 Centennial Professor Award.
As a group of 15 Clemson students found out, debate is more than just making your point and proving that you’re right. Debate is academic. It’s research-based. And it’s hard, rewarding work. In its first year, Clemson’s debate team won the National Education Debate Association’s (NEDA) national tournament.
On some days, Perry Austin will tell you he doesn’t sleep. Too much schoolwork to do. Too many lives to impact. He’s studying religion and its relationship with politics. He’s leading charges for policy change on campus. He’s editing papers, making sure those pesky commas are where they should be. Oh, and he’s graduating Clemson, […]
As always, the depth, passion and drive of Clemson students never fail to impress. The graduating Class of 2012 has spent a lot of time exploring — their futures, their interests, their research and their passions. With so much potential, we know they’re off to great things. In the meantime, check out the stories of five of our incredible seniors.
Senior Dominique Jordan spent her summer vacation at Princeton University as one of 34 students chosen to be a part of a Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute. Everyone has a different story to tell, and Jordan believes diversity educates and teaches people to fully embrace and appreciate other cultures.
Watching the law system from the inside quickly showed Courtney Dixon things aren’t quite like they’re depicted on TV. Undergrads rarely get this close to the action; she was right in the middle.
Professor C. Bradley Thompson always welcomes questions. The simplest ones — often posed by a student — can bring a flood of thought, an angle unforeseen. He spends his days researching the moral foundations of a free society.