Billy and Ann Powers make a transformational $60 million gift to the College of Business at Clemson.
Articles by Nancy Spitler
This spring, Clemson Alumni Distinguished Professor of Wildlife Ecology J. Drew Lanham ’88, M ’90, Ph.D. ’97 has been quoted widely in the national media in publications ranging from The Atlantic and The New York Times to Garden and Gun magazine and The Bitter Southerner.
Clemson students won record numbers of prestigious national awards this year, ranging from the highly competitive Fulbright awards to the National Science Foundation, Goldwater, Astronaut and Hollings fellowships, which focus on STEM fields, and the Truman, Udall and Knight-Hennessy awards, which are service oriented. 1 | Charles Dove ’20 majored in electrical engineering and received the […]
Seven assistant professors are receiving some of the nation’s top awards for faculty who are early in their careers, providing a boost to Clemson’s research in smart materials, supercomputers, environmental sustainability, math education and soil science. Their awards came from three separate federal agencies, each of which have grant programs aimed at supporting researchers early […]
Since its creation about 100 years ago, Clemson Ice Cream has undergone transformations to keep up with the times. This year is no different. The ’55 Exchange is now accepting online orders for Clemson Ice Cream to be shipped directly to customers. Orders ship the second week of each month. The ’55 Exchange is a […]
Board also requests authority to restore original name of Tillman Hall During their scheduled June meeting, the University’s Board of Trustees approved changing the name of the Honors College to the Clemson University Honors College, effective immediately. The college has been named the Calhoun Honors College since 1982. The trustees also approved […]
Fall 2020 has been different, to say the least. But the Facilities staff has been working hard behind the scenes, making sure that campus is ready for students to return, with all the extra precautions and work required because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This spring, people all over the world have been stepping out on their porches every evening at 7 p.m. to applaud health care workers who have been putting themselves at risk caring for those with COVID-19.