Summer/Fall 2015 Vol 69 Num 3

Elegance and GritRon Rash writes about the places he knows best — the mountains and foothills of the Carolinas. Beyond PinkOctober is when everything that could possibly turn pink, turns pink, as breast cancer awareness manifests itself in the most creative forms. But a group of professors and researchers is dedicated year-round to preventing, treating […]

Spring 2015 Vol 69, Num 2

FEATURES Loving the Land By J. Drew Lanham Drew Lanham grew up on a 200-acre farm outside of Edgefield and learned to love the land. Now a faculty member, he’s still wandering the woods of the Clemson Experimental Forest, a showplace, he says, of what hope and care and love can do for wildness. Team Player By Pat […]

Winter 2015 Vol 69, Num 1

FEATURES Call Me MISTER® By Melanie Kieve Clemson’s innovative program has become a national model for increasing the number of African-American males in the teaching profession. Game Changer By George J. Petersen Education transformed his family’s life. The new dean of the Darla Moore School of Education shares that story as well as his vision […]

Summer/Fall 2014 Vol 68, Num 3

FEATURES Coming Home to Clemson By Nancy Spitler What not to miss, what’s still here and 10 fun things to do when you come home to Clemson this fall. Going Above and Abroad By Kathleen Peek ’15 Kat Peek traveled to Italy and beyond last year as part of her architecture studies. She learned more […]

Spring 2014 Vol 68, Num 2

FEATURES The Family Man: An interview with Clemson’s 15th president By Nancy Spitler President Clements found a few minutes in his busy schedule to sit down with Clemson World to talk about his family, why he went into education and how he’s moving forward. Revolution in Ukraine By Will Cathcart In between assignments for The […]

Winter 2014 Vol 68, Num 1

FEATURES Why does the terrapin cross the runway? By Peter Kent Laura Francoeur and her team balance wildlife protection and air safety. Core Strength By Ron Grant Civil engineering chair James Martin knows what it means to endure. Backstage Pass By Nancy Spitler Students learn what it takes to get the show on the road. […]

Summer/Fall 2013 Vol 67, Num 3

FEATURES Tailgating with the Tigers By Nancy Spitler It’s been true for generations, but Southern Living made it official. The Tigers know how to throw a party. A Bias for Innovation By Crystal Boyles Innovation and creativity pervade classroom culture, preparing students to be agents of change. Southern Roots + Global Reach By Jeannie Davis Celebrating a […]

Spring 2013 Vol 67, Num 2

PreviousNext12345 FEATURES My Clemson Experience By Nancy Spitler Clemson alumni boil their experiences down to  six words or less. Training TIGERS for the real world By Molly Collins ’13 Client-Based Writing Program prepares students to write professionally. TECHNOSTRESS By Varun Grover, Ramakrishna Ayyagari and Russell Purvis Working in a digital age can be nerve wracking. The Roots […]

Winter 2013 Vol 67, Num 1

PreviousNext1234 FEATURES I remember By June J. Pilcher Ph.D. Professor June Pilcher shares “memories of an academic neophyte.” Creating Community By Angela S. Nixon ’99, M ’01 Clemson’s themed residential communities are among the nation’s best. Doing the Right Thing By Sandra Parker Fifty years ago, Harvey Gantt took a step that began a campus transformation. […]