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Kimberly Baker

Whether it’s food safety, shelf stability or the creation of nutrition fact panels, Baker’s expertise in food science, nutrition and the culinary arts addresses food safety from a unique scientific and health-conscious perspective – without sacrificing flavor.

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Srikanth Pilla

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.

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Roy Jones

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.

Clemson University launches new school as nation invests $1.2 trillion in infrastructure

Clemson University announced today that it has named a director for a new school that brings together its civil engineering, environmental engineering and Earth sciences talent to help clear a path for seamless collaboration that leads to high-impact research and transformative educational experiences.

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