Cecil Huey, professor emeritus of mechanical engineering, has been recognized by Clemson University Student Government with the 2009-2010 Excellence in Teaching Award.
The Clemson University School of Materials Science and Engineering was recognized at the international level with five individual and group awards at the 2009 Materials Science and Technology Conference in Pittsburgh.
The H1N1 vaccine for faculty, staff and students who are not in high-priority groups will be available for the first time Friday, Dec. 11, at the Hendrix Student Center.
Students can get their vaccinations against the H1N1 flu before finals begin at clinics this and next week.
Clemson’s Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl team shared the winner’s circle with past national champion University of Miami at the third annual Mid-Atlantic Regional Ethics Bowl, following an unprecedented tie in the final round of the competition. The event took place Saturday, Nov. 21 in Richmond, Va.
Voters from around the country chose Clemson senior Joyce Allison as the United States representative for Royal Caribbean International and USA Today's Reporter at Sea competition. She spent 5 days reporting and blogging from the brand new cruise ship on its maiden voyage.
The next-generation wind turbines and drive trains will be tested by the Clemson University Restoration Institute in a move that is expected to create hundreds of jobs and place one of the most important sites for wind energy research and development in South Carolina.
Redfern Health Center will vaccinate students against the H1N1 flu from noon to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, in the lobby of Cooper Library, just inside the bridge entrance. The vaccination is free. Students age 24 and younger are among high-priority groups eligible to receive the vaccine now. Older students who are in other groups […]
Retired Marine Major Gen. James Livingston will speak on leadership skills at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, in the David Peebles Room in the Hendrix Student Center at Clemson University.
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts at Clemson University will present “The Spirit of Christmas,” a New York-style holiday spectacular complete with the season’s most memorable songs, showgirls, reindeer and elves. The show will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 8.
The Clemson University Symphony Orchestra will perform "Ford’s Theatre: A Few Glimpses of Easter Week, 1865," a piece written by American Composer Ernst Bacon that chronicles the last week of Abraham Lincoln’s life. The orchestra will perform this selection and other works at 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 3, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.
Military Appreciation Day, presented by the United States Marine Corps Officers Programs, will be celebrated at the Clemson-Virginia football game on Saturday.
In anticipation of the football game between Clemson University and the University of South Carolina, Clemson students will lay USC’s Cocky to rest in a mock funeral service at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23, on the lawn of Littlejohn Coliseum.
Redfern Health Center will vaccinate students against the H1N1 flu from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19.
The South Carolina Botanical Gardens’ Meteor Shower Gazing and Learning event that was to be tonight is canceled because of cloudy skies.