Drake O’Sullivan was born with a rare genetic disease. His mother, Clemson student Tarah O’Sullivan, is on a mission to help him and other students affected.
As an archaeologist and postdoctoral fellow at the University of Edinburgh, Kidd specializes in Roman architecture and urbanism. Q| WHAT MADE YOU DECIDE TO GO TO CLEMSON? A| Going to Clemson was a decision largely guided by my parents, considering they are both alumni, and the University’s high national ratings and low in-state tuition. Although I […]
Frank Hammond ’83 lost not one but two Clemson class rings. He tells the strange story of how they were both recovered: Due at least partially to the shock that I was (seemingly) going to graduate in 1982, my parents offered to buy me a Clemson ring. Much to their disappointment, I took a victory […]
Sam ’49 and Betty McGregor’s family history is deeply rooted in Clemson, and their love for the University was passed down to their children and grandchildren.
Gabriel Estebanez ’98 and Stephanie Hicks Pickens ’99 were in Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao Paulo, Brazil, for the inaugural flight of Embraer’s E175-E2 aircraft. Both are employed by jet engine provider, Pratt & Whitney.
Boyd Scholars Program gives engineering students a path to success Eighty Clemson freshmen are participating in a program that gives them a chance to ease into the challenging math courses that sometimes derail students’ dreams of becoming engineers. Boyd Scholars are first-year students in the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences who are selected […]
Mary Satcher “Sissy” Bynum ’84 and her late husband, Henry “Clarke” Bynum Jr. ’84, were a true Clemson couple. They met at freshman orientation and were married a month after graduation in 1984. Clemson has remained an important part of their family’s life ever since. Three of their four children and multiple family members are […]
Thanks to Michael ’86 and Robyn Nieri, both classroom and experiential learning for construction science and management students at Clemson will be enriched.
Clemson psychology professor Robin Kowalski is willing to bet there’s not a single person who hasn’t thought about this at least once in the last year. According to her research, the odds are pretty good that she’s right.
Statewide team lands funding to explore solutions to biomedical challenges In its first decade, SC BioCRAFT matched seasoned mentors with 23 early-career researchers. They went on to generate $35 million for research into spinal cord injuries, new ways of growing vascular tissue for grafts and a wide range of other biomedical challenges. Now the South […]