One of the things that distinguishes our College at Clemson is diversity. Both in terms of our demographic diversity and the wide array of disciplines we cover. The concern, of course, when an organization does many things is whether we […]
Typically, about 1 in 6 children experience a developmental delay. But children born during the pandemic, a 2022 study has found, have nearly twice the risk of developmental delays in communication and social development compared to babies born prior to the pandemic.
Clemson Football coaches and players will stress the importance of reading at an upcoming event at the Clemson Indoor Practice Facility.
The Clemson University College of Science recognized some of its most outstanding undergraduate and graduate students during an awards ceremony on April 13. “We honor the best and brightest in the College of Science. This year’s honorees are outstanding scholars; many […]
On Friday, April 1, 2022, the Clemson Alumni Association awarded six recipients with the Clemson Alumni Distinguished Service Award — the highest honor the association bestows on those who graduated from the University. The prestigious Clemson Alumni Distinguished Service Award […]
Clemson University junior Julio Rodriguez learned many things from his parents, but two lessons that stick out as he pushes toward graduation is the value of an education and a strong work ethic. Julio, who is majoring in electrical engineering, […]
Clemson University’s TigerLive is a student-run organization that strives to create fun and free events for students. The organization is run by the students, for the students, which allows leaders to emerge and make a difference on and off campus.
Angie Carter and Cynthia Sims of the Clemson University Master of Human Resource Development program have a unique understanding of gender’s ever-evolving role in leadership across disciplines after dedicated years of teaching, research and service to the topic.
Inclusive excellence has been a focal point of Clemson’s efforts within the Division of Student Affairs over the past few years. In fact, several departments and areas within the division provide direct support to underrepresented and historically underserved student populations.
Dear Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Friends, It’s Black History Month, and so what better time than now to have presented our Senior Researcher of the Year from 2021 with Clemson’s highest recognition for a faculty member: the Class of ’39 […]
To assist instructors with the start of a new semester, the Provost’s Office is providing this navigational tool for easily accessing all resources. COVID-19-related information Our Clemson—stories about programs and initiatives, including pandemic related activities Resources and Updates—operations and directives, […]
Dear Faculty, Staff, Alumni and Friends, As we head towards a much-needed Winter break, I thought it might be nice to look back over this past semester and review some of the highlights. While we continue to labor in the […]
Student learning is clearly a significant outcome of the wide range of programs and services available on the Clemson University campus. It’s also one of four core themes identified by the Division of Student Affairs as critical to the work […]
When classes finish for the day, all around Clemson soccer cleats are tied tight, golf clubs are packed up and students gather together for practice. Clemson University Campus Recreation proudly recognizes 33 different student organizations as club sports. These organizations […]
When linebacker James Skalski tackled Georgia Tech tight end Dylan Deveney at the 2-yard line on a fourth-and-goal shovel pass in the waning seconds of a September Atlantic Coast Conference game, most Clemson fans saw a game-saving tackle. Amy Pope, […]
A new endowment created to support students in Clemson University’s School of Architecture will honor Professor Kate Schwennsen, former director of the school. The Kate L. Schwennsen Scholarship Endowment for Architectural Excellence is being established in Kate’s honor with a […]
James P. Clements and Beth S. Clements have been named honorary alumni of Clemson University. Both were recognized with this designation in a special presentation following the Board of Trustees meeting on October 1, 2021.
Dear Clemson Family: Now that we are about halfway through the semester, I wanted to take a moment to say thank you to all of our students, faculty and staff for your hard work so far this fall and to […]
Kelly and Ed Rose of Charleston, South Carolina were named 2021 recipients of the Herb Coughlan Memorial Family of the Year. The award has been presented annually — with the exception of 2020 due to the impact of COVID-19 — by […]
Dear Clemson Family, It is so exciting to have everyone back on campus this semester. As we prepare to host our first home football game of the season, I wanted to take a moment to remind everyone to celebrate safely […]
Clemson and UGA put aside their differences to help Southeast peach producers thrive South Carolina and Georgia share a border, a passion for football and pride in their peaches. With Clemson University and the University of Georgia campuses separated by […]
In July, Anderson School District 3’s Kathy Hipp was named the 2022 South Carolina Superintendent of the Year by the South Carolina Association of School Administrators (SCASA). We caught up with Hipp, a proud Clemson College of Education alumnus, to ask about how she has approached her job during a year unlike no other in education, what Clemson still means to her and how she likes to spend what little free time she has these days.
At age 14, Levi Orr had his mind made up on the career he’d pursue. Today, the 2018 Clemson University graduate has made significant progress toward his goal of becoming a country artist. And the now 26-year-old singer-songwriter says his […]
Every new Tiger in the Class of 2025 has one thing in common: They’re part of a high-achieving group of students that is eager to learn, both in and outside of the classroom. They’re ready to take on new challenges, make a difference in the lives of others and leave a lasting impact on their communities.
Clemson University’s civil engineers are remembering Professor J. Edwin Clark as a well-respected educator, transportation researcher and public servant who helped launch his students’ careers and supported them after they graduated. Clark was 88 when he died on July 20, […]
July 21, 2021 This summer has been a busy one, so I wanted to take a moment to provide you all with a few updates as we move into the end of July. Our Board of Trustees had a full […]
The Brooks Center for the Performing Arts is excited to announce its 2021-22 season. Performances will take place in person at the Brooks Center. Managing Director Thomas Hudgins looks forward to welcoming patrons back to the Brooks Center. “I don’t think […]
A poet, volunteer firefighter and wild mushroom forager, Carson Colenbaugh, a National Scholar and Honors College member, was named a Udall Environmental Scholar.
We all take a different journey to get to Clemson. And it’s safe to say our experiences here look different from each other’s, and what comes next will, too. One thing is for certain: We made it to Clemson – […]
Dear Clemson Family: Last week, our Board of Trustees had a productive meeting, taking several actions, including approving a plan to widen Perimeter Road and make improvements to pedestrian safety. This much-needed project is slated to be completed in the […]
The College of Science honored some of its most outstanding undergraduate and graduate students during a virtual awards ceremony on April 9. “We are here to honor the best and brightest in the College of Science,” said Leigh Anne Clark, […]
Students taking leisure skills classes this spring at Clemson University are doing so to relieve stress and socialize with other students during the COVID-19 pandemic. The program typically offers more than 150 one-credit learning options every semester in subjects such as dance, yoga, fitness, outdoor recreation, and first aid as well as shotgun and other sports. Courses are developed and managed by the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, which works with partners throughout campus to find space for its growing number of students. Classes give students an opportunity to unwind from stress and have the added benefit of allowing them to learn something new while socializing with students, which can be critical for students’ mental health.
Clemson University soils professor emeritus Bill R. Smith, who spent more than 50 years growing and nurturing the next generation of soil scientists, passed away March 28 after battling cancer.
Meeting the needs of students while also observing strict COVID-19 protocols for safety: That has been the pandemic challenge, and it was a particularly steep one in the mental health field. Through her own work ethic and with the support of the Clemson Family, Birma Gainor, interim director of Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS), has strengthened her role at the University while also securing a new rank in the martial arts technique she practices.
The Tiger News is the recipient of 13 SCPA awards.
Dear Clemson Family: As we approach spring break, signs of increased activity abound across the University. More students are coming to campus for instruction, we’re seeing a significant increase in the use of recreational facilities — and it’s been wonderful […]