From Shanghai to New York City, Johnson has seized opportunities that have led to her becoming a VP in digital wealth at Merrill. “I was nervous that I had made a horrible mistake.” This was how Heather Johnson felt when she first moved to New York City in 2013 with no job prospects and no contacts. […]
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Welcome to Tokyo! I’m Justin Prescott, class of 2009. I majored in economics and minored in Japanese at Clemson. I work at EY Japan in strategy consulting and lead Clemson’s (still unofficial) alumni group in Japan. I’ve spent my professional career in Japan, Indonesia and Singapore, but I’ve spent the most time in Tokyo, so […]
The founders of the sophisticated sports watch company Hook + Gaff are settling into their success — and their product’s higher purpose. “Watches have been made since the late 1800s. There’re a few that have tackled the idea with one or two models, but they’ve never gone all in with this concept.” The concept that Michael Sims […]
“People, I’ve been told, would call Bob Campbell and say, ‘Bob, I’ve found a cave bear! Would you want it?’” says Adam Smith, curator of the Bob Campbell Geology Museum. “I get the sense that Bob never said no because his collection was expansive.” The cave bear Smith is referring to is a 35,000-year-old skull […]
Jeannette Carr was a lifelong gardener who shared her love of gardening with everyone she knew. While her husband, Hap Carr ’60, helped their son, Chalmers R. Carr III ’90, run the largest peach farm on the East Coast, Titan Farms, she kept busy in her small-scale vegetable garden at their home in Ridge Spring, […]
NASA is working on sending astronauts back to the moon in 2024. Wyche will be there every step of the way. Excitement sneaks into Vanessa Wyche’s voice as she talks about the upcoming Artemis program, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s 2024 directive that will see astronauts set foot on the moon once again. “Our intent is […]
Clemson researchers play an instrumental role in expanding a program that spares infants the pain of opioid withdrawal.
Pisano has spent his entire career serving a unique group of people: children in military families. As a school psychologist, Mark Pisano has been helping military kids process emotion, cope with transition and do their best in the classroom for over 35 years. Pisano works in the Fort Bragg Schools in North Carolina, which includes nine […]
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