Kelly and Ed Rose Named Herb Coughlan Memorial Family of the Year

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 […]

Pigskin and Peaches

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 […]

A conversation with Clemson alumnus and 2022 SC Superintendent of the Year Kathy Hipp

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.

Meet Clemson’s newest students

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.

Dr. James Edwin Clark remembered for launching careers and supporting women

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, […]

A Fighting Stance

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.

Lifelong Tiger advocates for teacher self-care

Alexis Lanham Shepard ’12 didn’t intend to be a teacher. She stumbled upon the Teacher Cadet Program as a high school senior – more to develop leadership skills and build a college resume than to explore education as a career.

CECAS work signals prosperity for South Carolina

In the classroom. Online. From the inner sanctum of sprawling research labs to the concrete floors of some of South Carolina’s most notable manufacturers: Clemson scientists and engineers have grown a notable body of work in cutting-edge engineering and science […]

April conference aims to Elevate Sales Innovation Program’s brand

The Sales Innovation Program is elevating its brand, enhancing professionals’ skills and challenging students – all through a virtual sales conference this spring that will benefit a local charity. A cadre of industry and academic experts in sales will share […]

‘Something Very Fishy’ takes new approach to deliver marine conservation awareness message

Concerns over climate and our oceans’ health haven’t changed since a Clemson University scientist, some graduate students and a local playwright started “Something Very Fishy” two years ago. But the way the program delivers its marine conservation message to elementary school students this year is changing because of the coronavirus pandemic. “Something Very Fishy” is shifting to online.

Clemson Students attend regional MANNRS conference, one comes back a winner

Clemson, S.C- The students apart of Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANNRS) at Clemson University attended a regional conference that not only tested their knowledge but allowed them to take away professional development skills. The MANNRS Regional […]

Clemson plans multiple events for Native American Heritage Month

Clemson plans multiple events for Native American Heritage Month

November is National Native American Heritage Month and Clemson University has several events scheduled. According to the National Congress of American Indians, the month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions and histories and acknowledge the important […]

Management students learn through lending a hand to small businesses

Students in lecturer Bill Dinardo’s ELE4060 class are benefiting from what appears to be the perfect storm for learning – and in the process they are helping small businesses ply their way through difficult economic times. The Department of Management’s […]