Sports journalists covering the Penn State sex abuse scandal posted commentary on Twitter that was inherently biased, Clemson University and University of Louisville researchers say. Their study explored how sports journalists used Twitter to develop and promote their stories during the scandal. Their research findings were published Thursday in the International Journal of Sport Communication.
Chapman is full of stories and experiences. To hear them, all one has to do is ask.
Patrick McMillan launches his sixth season of 'Expeditions' on PBS this fall.
Clemson University researchers are collecting and harvesting enzymes while maintaining the enzyme’s bioactivity. Their work, a new model system that may impact cancer research, is published in the journal Small.
Christopher Ray came to Clemson for school and never came home. Today, he's the keeper of the University's farms, just as he is for his family farm.
Clemson researchers redesigned and modified a mobile drill press to retrofit a section of a runway that halts overrun aircraft, ultimately minimizing aircraft damage and passenger injury.
Clemson University researcher Julie P. Martin has been awarded a science and technology policy fellowship by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
A recently published study by Clemson University psychology associate professor Richard Pak examined how decision-making would be affected by a human-like aid. The study focused on adults’ trust, dependence, and performance while using a computerized decision-making aid for persons with diabetes. (See related video).
Three out of 10 high school freshmen will never receive their high school diplomas. They’ll get no pomp and circumstance, no party and no college acceptance letter. And they’re not alone — nearly 7,000 students drop out across the country every day. Statistics that people across the country work day in and day out to […]
After years together as Clemson students, the father and son pair received their degrees in the same ceremony on May 11.
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.
Mechanical engineering professor Richard Figliola has taken his research from the classroom to the cockpit and everywhere in between. From basic aerodynamics courses with Clemson undergraduates to an international research network that combats congenital heart diseases, Figliola is engaging in creative and meaningful work on both local and global scales.
We can’t ignore a good list — and we know you probably can’t either — so we decided to wrap up 2011 with a quick look back at the Clemson website’s most popular stories.
From the famous “five-second rule” and popular games such as beer pong, to faux pas such as “double dipping” and drinking out of the milk carton, professor Paul Dawson’s research on common food safety practices has sparked interest in the science behind food safety in both his students and the public.
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.