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 […]
Young people in rural and underserved South Carolina communities can now get connected — to technology, resources and training — thanks to a $5 million grant from Google.org to the National 4-H Council. The grant is aimed at expanding computer […]
The Clemson College of Agriculture Forestry and Life Sciences held its inaugural Graduate Research Symposium at the Pee Dee REC.
Clemson’s Cooperative Education Program helps more than a thousand students each year connect their college degree with corporations seeking young professionals.
Clemson University’s COSMIC and PEER & WISE programs received the 2022 Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine, the largest and oldest diversity and inclusion publication in higher education. The Inspiring Programs in STEM Award honors colleges […]
The need for water operators who help ensure the nation has safe water supplies is driving a new collaboration between Central Carolina Technical College and Clemson University, a partnership funded by the National Science Foundation.
The U.S. Space Force welcomed Clemson University as an official member of its University Partnership Program at a Memorandum of Understanding signing event.
Scientists at Clemson University have joined a national research effort focused on developing solutions that will make the use of phosphorous — a finite element essential to food production — more sustainable.
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. […]
The Clemson University School of Nursing has received an award of more than $2.7 million to develop a network of diverse undergraduate students who can organize locally to assist communities during disasters and other emergencies.
Lisa Jackson’s job title is associate director of PEER in Clemson University’s PEER & WISE program, but to the students in her care, she is something more. They call her “Mama Lisa.”
Kathleen Valentine, professor and chief academic nursing officer for the Clemson University School of Nursing since 2016, will leave the director position and return to the School’s faculty to focus on research, teaching and outreach, effective June 30. John Whitcomb, […]
The unprecedented need to develop a workforce that can build and service electric and autonomous vehicles and develop the cybersecurity to protect them is the driving force behind a new consortium based in South Carolina.
Clemson University’s second annual Women’s Roundtable and fifth annual Men of Color National Summit will take place April 20-22 at the Greenville Convention Center. The two events, developed in support of Clemson’s mission to create a climate of inclusive excellence, […]
On Friday April 1, 2022, ten exceptional individuals were presented with a 2021 Roaring10 award by the Clemson Young Alumni Council. To be honored with this award, each person must have earned an undergraduate or graduate degree from Clemson University […]
John Ballato of Clemson University has won the 2022 George W. Morey Award in recognition of his innovations in the field of glass science and technology. Ballato serves as the J. E. Sirrine Endowed Chair of Optical Fiber in Clemson’s […]
Clemson University will offer both master’s and doctoral degrees in medical biophysics to enable current students and those already working in health care to prepare for entry or advancement in a growing number of health care-related fields, including pharmaceuticals, biotech […]
Tracy Fasolino, a Clemson University School of Nursing associate professor, has been selected as one of 10 palliative care leaders nationwide for the Cambia Health Foundation 2021 Sojourns Scholar Leadership Program.
The importance of STEM to South Carolina’s growing workforce will form the backdrop when officials gather in Columbia on March 17 for STEM Education Day at the Capitol.
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.
Clemson University and the United States Army DEVCOM Ground Vehicle Systems Center (GVSC) announced an additional $22 million for a research partnership aimed at developing innovative virtual prototyping tools for designing the next generation of on- and off-road vehicles.
Bob Barcelona has been appointed chair of the Clemson University Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management. Barcelona said he is excited to return to the University and his previous departmental home, where he served as assistant and later associate professor from 2008-2014. His term as chair will begin July 1, 2022.
Computational software leader, Cadence Design Systems, Inc. gives Clemson University students, faculty and staff the power to process with innovative technological offerings through new partnership.
South Carolina’s position as a national leader in advanced materials just got a giant boost. A team of researchers from 10 universities across the state has received a $20 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation’s Established Program to […]
Clemson University researchers can learn about the numerous opportunities to conduct research at the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) as one of the lab’s senior leaders visits campus Nov. 12. Sue Clark, deputy laboratory director of science and technology […]
After having to pivot to a virtual program last year, the Sixth Annual Construction Symposium was back and in-person this fall. Hosted by the Clemson University Nieri Family Department of Construction Science and Management, the event was held on October […]
This week, two land-grant universities in states where Boeing has a large footprint, South Carolina and Washington, launched a pivotal partnership designed to spur shared knowledge and collaboration among the aerospace giant’s future workforce. Clemson University and Washington State University […]
The new undergraduate degree program is the first of its kind to blend aspects of learning sciences, systems improvement sciences and human resource development.
Clemson is leading a statewide group that will help manufacturers modernize machinery and develop a workforce to operate it as part of a project that researchers said could boost S.C.’s economy.
The 2020 recall of students studying abroad, due to COVID provided an opportunity to focus on course and technology innovations and develop new models for global learning for students, including a new initiative to serve students without access to those traditional mobility programs.
The world’s largest society for the human factors and ergonomics profession is awarding its highest recognition to Anand Gramopadhye, dean of Clemson University’s College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences. Gramopadhye learned that his colleagues in the Human Factors and […]
Clemson welcomes 140 new faculty members across seven colleges. The new faculty join a robust team of educators to help Clemson achieve its mission of educating students to think deeply about and engage in the social, scientific, economic and professional […]
The sixth annual Construction Industry Symposium offered by the Clemson University Nieri Family Department of Construction Science and Management (CSM) is set for October 14, 2021, in Greenville, S.C. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Boeing will be the presenting sponsor of the fifth annual Men of Color National Summit Scheduled Nov. 4-5, 2021, in Greenville, S.C., the Men of Color National Summit creates pathways to higher education for Black and Latino high school men. Partnership […]
Two centers and a nonprofit that are part of the National Science Foundation’s Advanced Technological Education community have created a virtual-reality simulation of an underwater remotely operated vehicle that will make its debut this summer in a global competition. The […]
The Clemson University College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences has recognized two faculty members as Research Innovation Faculty Fellows. This recognition allows tenured or tenure-track faculty members to devote a summer and semester term to scholarship and specifically external grant proposal development. The two fellows are Marissa Shuffler, associate professor in the Clemson University Department of Psychology, and Lu Zhang, assistant professor in the Clemson University Department of Public Health Sciences.