After a decade of research, the EPIC acronym represents more than a lab name. It’s life-saving, global infectious disease researchRead More about After a decade of research, the EPIC acronym represents more than a lab name. It’s life-saving, global infectious disease research
Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center: Combatting Global Disease from Clemson
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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 centers focused on state and national public health concerns
Two new academic research centers will work to address critical public health needs across South Carolina and the United States.
5 ways that lasers shine a light on research and leadership in engineering and science
Lasers can now re-route lightning. What else can they do? We put that question to Clemson University’s John Ballato, one of the world’s leading optical scientists.
From Our Scholars
Pandemic babies with development delays can be helped to make up for lost social interaction – 5 tips for parents
The fight against school segregation began in South Carolina, long before it ended with Brown v. Board
Faculty in Focus
Brian Powell wins Class of ’39 Award for Excellence
One distinguished faculty member wins the award each year for outstanding contributions over a five-year period. The Fjeld Professor in Nuclear Environmental Engineering and Science is also a Clemson alumnus, and his work has helped the U.S. Department of Energy save millions.
Clemson University launches new school as nation invests $1.2 trillion in infrastructure
A new director has been named to a new school that brings together civil engineering, environmental engineering and Earth sciences talent to help clear a path for seamless collaboration, leading to high-impact research and transformative educational experiences.
Clemson wildlife professor recognized among most influential Black Americans
Drew Lanham, Distinguished Professor of Wildlife Ecology, joins icons Michelle Obama and Serena Williams on The Root’s top 100 list.
Investing in the Future: Gifts and Grants
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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.
Clemson Media Forensics Hub receives $3.8 million grant to study, fight online disinformation
The fight against online disinformation is getting a boost thanks to a $3.8 million grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to support Clemson University’s Media Forensics Hub at the Watt Family Innovation Center. Researchers with the […]
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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.
EY–Parthenon, PepsiCo Foods North America and Walt Disney World Resort® to Keynote Second Annual Sonoco FRESH Food, Packaging & Sustainability Summit
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Near-eradication of a debilitating parasitic disease is a pillar of Carter’s legacy
Good Morning America – Feb. 9, 2023