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Celebrating Women: Research, Impact, Outcomes
A Clemson connection and a chance encounter leads to an ORISE internship and an opportunity to advance public health research.
Clemson students are part of an effort to preserve the natural beauty of a community in Tarpum Bay, Bahamas.
Clemson junior and National Scholar Elizabeth Caldwell is using her time to campus to explore rare disease research, while also leading several disability advocacy initiatives.
The career experiences and success stories of Clemson graduates inspire the next generation of Clemson women in sports.
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As a student at the University of Cambridge, Giovanni Orlandi will be following in the footsteps of some of history’s most towering innovators and thinkers, including Sir Isaac Newton, Stephen Hawking, Alan Turing, Charles Babbage and Lord Kelvin.
Clemson University has been named a Best College for Future Leaders by TIME Magazine. TIME, in partnership with Statista, a leading international provider of market and consumer data and rankings, rated 100 colleges based upon an analysis of approximately 2,000 of the most influential leaders in the U.S., coming from the worlds of business, government, academia and culture.
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.)
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.
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Investing in the Future: Gifts and Grants
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Inspired by the Champions 4 Access to Education scholarship challenge created by Mark and Kathryn Richardson, they made a gift that was then doubled. Their scholarship impact is $2 million for the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences.
Clemson University will lead a statewide team of researchers from 11 institutions who will work closely with industry to advance AI-enabled medical devices and to train an AI-ready workforce.
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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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.