Faculty member to use Fulbright award to promote post-secondary education for students with intellectual disabilitiesRead More about Faculty member to use Fulbright award to promote post-secondary education for students with intellectual disabilities
Clemson celebrates four Fulbright scholars
Four Clemson students and alumni have received prestigious Fulbright Scholarships.
To help save the world, Mary Featherstone finds new ways to make it more beautiful
An internship in France along with a passion for anything that sprouts from the soil put this horticulture major on a path to continue a Clemson legacy while also growing
Clemson students, staff enjoy adventure and service trip to Dominica
Ten students and three staff members from Clemson University traveled to Dominica — the “nature island of the Caribbean” — for a trip rooted in both service and adventure in May 2023.
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Clemson University breaks ground on $130-million Advanced Materials Innovation Complex
The new Advanced Materials Innovation Complex (AMIC) will be a 143,000-square-foot facility designed for education and research and is scheduled to open at the end of 2025.
Fusion energy is the future. See how the work of Clemson University researchers may one day unleash the power of the stars
Faculty specializing in materials science, nuclear engineering, physics and astronomy advance discoveries designed to unlock enough clean energy to fuel the planet.
Investing in the Future: Gifts and Grants
$20 million NSF investment will change health care with the use of AI. Clemson to lead five-year ADAPT-SC projectRead More about $20 million NSF investment will change health care with the use of AI. Clemson to lead five-year ADAPT-SC project
Researcher awarded $2.8 million to develop science leader academy
Using a National Science Foundation award, education professor Brooke Whitworth will lead a project to better prepare elementary school science educators and reduce teacher turnover.
Clemson University joins nation’s frontline defense against cyberattack on the transportation system
The new National Center for Transportation Cybersecurity and Resiliency (TraCR) is set to receive $20 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Researcher earns $1.4 million award to explore ethical AI in classrooms
A Clemson University College of Education researcher is exploring how children in upper elementary school can learn how unethical decisions and design lead to AI applications that exclude people or even cause harm.
USDA investing $70M in Clemson, South Carolina State Climate-Smart Commodities project
The largest single award from a federal agency in the history of both universities.
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Clemson University to launch nation’s first Bachelor of Science program in automotive engineering
The new degree program solidifies Clemson’s position as the premier automotive engineering research and education University in the Southeast and beyond and adds to the offerings at its award-winning Greenville campus, the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research.
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences announces new academic research center focused on strengthening communities nationwide
The Center for Criminal Justice and Social Research will facilitate researcher-practitioner partnerships. in underserved areas.
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An advanced lightweight and sustainable materials researcher within the Department of Automotive Engineering, Pilla’s experience is in high-performance advanced materials including fundamental science and material synthesis to functional prototyping and manufacturing planning.
Heidi M. Zinzow
A licensed clinical psychologist and professor, Zinzow addresses risk, protective factors for trauma victimization and how to ameliorate associated mental health symptoms, focusing on developing intervention and prevention programs.
The visionary behind Call Me MISTER®, Jones has grown the program into a nationally renowned model. Today it serves more than 33 colleges and universities across 10 states and has more than 600 program participants driving change in the classroom.
Serving Our State: Rural Health Care in South Carolina
Bolstering the workforce to enhance rural healthcare
The Clemson University School of Nursing has received a grant totaling nearly $4 million to help educate nurses on mobile health and ultimately increase the workforce to bring health care to patients living in rural areas in South Carolina.
Serving global populations in South Carolina’s rural communities
Overseeing diverse clinical operations to meet multicultural needs: Clemson Rural Health.
Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center: Combatting Global Disease from Clemson
EY–Parthenon, PepsiCo Foods North America and Walt Disney World Resort® to Keynote Second Annual Sonoco FRESH Food, Packaging & Sustainability Summit
Clemson unveils bold new strategic plan – Clemson ElevateRead More about Clemson unveils bold new strategic plan – Clemson Elevate
Clemson in the News
The State – March 9, 2023
Clemson received a record number of freshman applications. They’ve tripled since 2014.
GSA Business Report – March 6, 2023
How Clemson University is supercharging electric vehicle research in Greenville
CNN – Feb. 22, 2023