Matt Bundrick came to Clemson’s campus for summer science and engineering camps starting in middle school, and never looked back. Instead of adhering to family tradition by attending the University of South Carolina, the eager student studied computer engineering and graphic communications as a Tiger. Bundrick earned his degree from Clemson, but he never left. […]
The TOP500, a project that ranks and details the 500 most powerful non-distributed computer systems in the world, has ranked Clemson University's Palmetto Cluster No. 81 in the world and within the top-five for systems at universities provisioned for use primarily on their own campuses.
Clemson University has been ranked No. 7 in the National Universities category of an exclusive U.S. News & World Report list of most efficient schools, the publication recently announced.
Clemson University's Brooks Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate its 20th birthday and the accomplishments of student performers at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6.
James F. Barker, who steps down on Dec. 31 as Clemson's president following 14 years of leadership, thanked the faculty and staff for "everything you do for Clemson University" in what was his final general faculty meeting Wednesday.
College of Engineering and Science staff honored at luncheon
A new director has been named for the Clemson University Center for Watershed Excellence. The center works with South Carolina communities and the public to develop science-based, cost-effective solutions to watershed issues and to provide watershed planning and support.
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.
Arlene Stewart, director of Clemson University Student Disability Services, and Danny Bish, academic software manager for Clemson Computing and Information Technology (CCIT), gave a presentation on making college websites more accessible to those with disabilities at the 2013 EDUCAUSE Annual Regional Conference in Atlanta.
Josh Brown is propelling Clemson into the future of faculty and staff recruitment. The University’s lead recruiting strategist lives and breathes for the human resources and recruiting side of academia and is helping Clemson recruit top faculty and staff members in order to support the University’s 2020 Road Map goals.
As one of her first duties as Clemson staff senate president, Angela Nixon is gathering input from staff members regarding characteristics they want to see in Clemson’s 15th president.
Vanessa R. Weston of Seneca has been honored by Clemson University’s Board of Visitors with its Distinguished Service Award.
There’s no shortage of tires in South Carolina. And Clemson University’s Asphalt Rubber Technology Service promotes, designs and tests the use of recycled scrap tires in rubberized asphalt and in other civil infrastructure applications.
The Joseph F. Sullivan Center at Clemson University is offering new services including a dermatology clinic, travel immunization clinic and one-on-one wellness counseling in order to increase the number of health care services offered to Clemson employees, faculty and staff.
Jennifer Bridgeman, Rick Ertzberger, Guadalupe Hackett, Jack Olker, Michael Seigler and Randy Ward are responsible for keeping things running safely and smoothly through parking operations on campus. And whether you are running late to class and decide to slide into a 30-minute space, misplace your parking permit or have an extravagant plea as to why your car shouldn’t be towed, they’ve heard it all.