Clemson Ph.D. student receives Hitachi Fellowship

Clemson University Ph.D. student Zehua Jin has received the 2022-2023 Hitachi High-Tech Electron Microscopy Fellowship to further his research on the development of advanced catalytic materials to convert carbon dioxide into value-added chemicals. The research aims to support the mitigation of greenhouse […]

Wastewater could help create an oasis in the food desert

New techniques for growing food would produce fresh vegetables in dense urban areas while leaving a lighter carbon footprint and using less water, energy and land than traditional farming methods, according to researchers from Clemson University and South Korea’s Gyeongsang National University.

Clemson University’s influence follows Eric Martinez beyond graduation

When Eric Martinez thinks about Clemson University’s influence on him, his memories take him to six tables crammed into the corner of the Cooper Library basement. At those tables Martinez joined other mechanical engineering undergraduates to help each other through […]

Jennifer Ogle named chair of the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering

w leader of the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering is a first-generation college graduate who has become an accomplished researcher and one of Clemson University’s most passionate advocates for individuals experiencing marginalization in multiple forms.

Clemson University recognizes its newly tenured and promoted faculty

At the end of the Spring semester, the University announced the tenure and promotion of 139 faculty. Access details on each faculty member by visiting their linked information. Archives Tenure and promotion details for 2021 and 2020 are available.

Clemson physicist earns prestigious junior faculty award 

Kasra Sardashti, an assistant professor in the College of Science’s Department of Physics and Astronomy, has received a 2022 Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award. Forty-one junior faculty from across the country received awards, […]

Great gifts made with humble hearts

The Robert J. Stanzione family expands their impact, supporting engineering students through Cornerstone gift to scholarships, professorship and unrestricted funds Robert (Bob) J. Stanzione ’69 and Kaye Stanzione are humble philanthropists. They give quietly, but they give selflessly and immensely. […]

Six honored by College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences

Some of the most outstanding alumni from Clemson University’s largest college gathered in downtown Greenville on Thursday to welcome two of their own and a faculty emeritus into the Thomas Green Clemson Academy of Engineers and Scientists and to honor […]

‘Eden’ wins annual Clemson Design-a-thon Competition

The idea for Eden took first place in Clemson Design-a-thon, a student-run competition hosted by the Clemson Grand Challenge Scholars and sponsored by the College of Engineering Computing and Applied Sciences and the Watt Family Innovation Center.