Allison Kidd '10

My Clemson: Allison Kidd ’10

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 […]

Ring Story: Double Trouble

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 […]

Beth Stephan works with an engineering student

Surviving Calculus

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 […]

When All Things Are Possible

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 […]

Naren Vyavahare

Advancing Biomedical Research in South Carolina

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 […]