A leadership model based on lessons from the Land of Oz has proven to be the perfect training ground for some of Clemson’s highest quality students — thanks to the vision and extraordinary generosity of Tom and Karen Chapman. In 2009, the Chapmans established the Thomas F. Chapman Leadership Scholars Program with a gift of $1 […]
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The Alumni Association has selected Charlotte Underwood Cobb of Marietta, Ga., to receive the 2017 Frank Kellers III Volunteer of the Year award. The award recognizes an alumnus for outstanding volunteerism and service to the University. The Alumni Association chose Cobb for her role in reviving, growing and re-energizing the Atlanta Clemson Club. Her leadership […]
On March 14, the Atlanta Clemson Club volunteered with the Rally Foundation for Childhood Cancer Research and their meal adoption program. Club members served lunch at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital to kids who are courageously fighting cancer as well as their families. The BBQ lunch was donated by alumni Tyler and Juliana Lindley, owners of […]
The Distinguished Service Award is the highest honor bestowed upon a former Clemson student. It recognizes those whose devotion to Clemson has increased the value of the University for future generations and whose lives have expressed, through service to community, profession and the public, the finest Clemson traditions.
In February, Clemson trustees approved a $5 million budget to construct a 12,700-square-foot child care facility, which will be operated by a private, third-party provider for infant, toddler and preschool children of faculty, staff and students. The construction will be funded through an established endowment for faculty and staff benefits, with expected completion in 2020.
Clemson has taken another significant step in sharing its complete history with the installation of new signs at the 11 historic buildings on the main campus and enhanced markers at Gantt Circle. The signs are the latest example of the work being done as a result of recommendations developed in early 2016 by a history […]
Kendall Sherwood came to Clemson with hopes of becoming an actor, but she left as a screenwriter. You might see her name on the credits for “Major Crimes,” a spinoff of the popular TV series, “The Closer,” where she is the writer’s assistant and script coordinator. Because of Clemson’s requirement that theater majors must have […]
Louis Lynn was presented with the 2012 Ronald H. Brown Leadership Award from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency. This award recognizes exceptional leaders who have made great strides in creating diversity in the public or private sector. Lynn is president of ENVIRO Ag Science Inc., one of the largest African-American-owned landscape […]