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Jordan Frith, the Pearce Professor of Professional Communication at Clemson University, tattooed a barcode onto his left bicep to celebrate the publication of his new book, “Barcode.”
Social media platforms are saturated with health hacks, claims of wonder drugs and easy cures. “Pseudoscience in Popular Media” aims to help students tell the difference between science and pseudoscience.
Department of Public Health Sciences professor Sarah Floyd, Ph.D., is embarking on a three-year journey to develop a better model for identifying and classifying shoulder fractures that occur most commonly in elderly populations.
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The associate dean and director of veterinary medical services and clinical professor of emergency and internal medicine at North Carolina State University has been chosen to lead the College of Veterinary Medicine at Clemson University. The Board of Trustees approved the appointment. (Image courtesy of North Carolina State University.)
A major milestone in the development of next-generation materials that will “push the boundaries of what is possible in flight” was announced from the Paris Air Show.
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.
Investing in the Future: Gifts and Grants
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Before becoming Clemson’s latest Academic Cornerstone Partners, the Brown family gave of their treasure to Clemson by establishing the Brown Family Scholarship Endowment, supporting the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business as well as the Provost’s Excellence Fund and several other scholarship endowments.
Quackenbush recently pledged major support to Clemson through the P. Douglas Quackenbush Endowed Professorship in Architecture, establishing a professorship within the college.
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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.
Joseph focuses on how the design of the physical health care environment impacts the health, well-being and safety of occupants and supports doctors, nurses and other health care providers as they provide patients with safe and comfortable care.
Serving Our State: Rural Health Care in South Carolina
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.
Overseeing diverse clinical operations to meet multicultural needs: Clemson Rural Health.