Clemson University officially named an All-Steinway School after significant investment in performing arts

“The designation of All-Steinway School is a very special accolade reserved only for those institutions committed to providing the world’s finest pianos to their students, faculty, and visiting artists,” said Gavin English, President of Steinway & Sons – Americas. “Clemson now joins the ranks of only around 250 schools worldwide with this level of passion for quality. We are proud to congratulate the entire university community and to welcome them to the All-Steinway School roster.”

Clemson University students debut autonomous off-road vehicle with far-reaching impact for natural disaster relief

To expedite the delivery of supplies and to gather real-time data for emergency responders, Clemson University students at the International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) in Greenville, S.C. developed an off-road reconnaissance and relief vehicle that can navigate all on its own.

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Clemson names Steven Marks founding dean for the College of Veterinary Medicine

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.)

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Designing a legacy: Doug Quackenbush ’82, M ’84 pledges endowed professorship to the College of Architecture, Art and Construction

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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