Stephen Klaine was a professor in the Clemson Department of Biological Sciences and a member of the environmental toxicology graduate program for 24 years. He was an internationally recognized environmental toxicologist with a legacy of devotion to teaching and mentoring until he passed away in 2016. Colleagues and friends of Klaine honored his contributions to […]
Steven Tran ’15 visited downtown Seattle in Washington and posed for a photo in Kerry Park.
On a downtown street just off the square in Laurens, South Carolina, sits a building that, at first glance, looks unassuming and small.
Traveling for work? Going on vacation? Don’t forget to pack your Tiger Rag!
It is hard to believe that more than a year has passed since we first received news of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jonathan Weitz ’90 and Lisa Weitz ’90 established the Jessica Taylor Weitz Endowment for ClemsonLIFE in honor of their daughter’s passions.
This year, the Clemson Softball team started their highly anticipated second season in the newly named McWhorter Stadium, thanks to the generosity of Stuart McWhorter ’91 and Leigh Anne Hendrix McWhorter.
Calvin “Chip” Jackson, devoted supporter of the College of Education and longtime educational and civic leader in South Carolina, was named the second recipient of the Distinguished Friend of the College of Education Award.
Automotive autonomy technology is changing economies and global industries — and is also a driving force behind military modernization.
Analytical chemistry professor Ken Marcus used to call his group of doctoral researchers “the Tinkerers.”