Like almost everything at Clemson, there’s a story behind the dikes.
Articles by Nancy Spitler
Tracy Free ’08 and Ty ’07 Woodard are part of a 4,500-acre family farm in Darlington, South Carolina. They’ve taken just 1 percent of the cotton crop and turned it into a growing brand of blankets and throws.
Older adults have become the fastest-growing demographic in the nation, and changes in health care and technology are required to meet the needs of this diverse group. But Lesley A. Ross, Clemson’s new SmartLIFE Endowed Chair in Aging and Cognition, says scholarship and research in the area of older adults can’t just be about a number. “Longevity is easy to quantify, but older adults don’t focus as […]
As universities all over the country began scrambling to figure out what campus life would be like in a year of COVID-19, several Clemson professors got busy on parts of that puzzle that related to their own research. One of those professors was David Freedman, chair of the University’s Department of Envionmental Engineering and Earth […]
Katherine Weisensee, chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, has collaborated on a smartphone app to help forensic teams determine times of death. Dubbed geoFOR, the app allows coroners and forensic teams to enter observations when human remains are recovered and then upload photos along with information, such as clothing, location, insect […]
Clemson students received their rings at the Fall Ring Ceremony, held on October 25 in Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville. The boxes that hold the rings are crafted from trees that have been taken down on campus.
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.