When it became clear that the coronavirus pandemic would temporarily close schools and keep kids at home with their parents and guardians, Douglas Piper converted some of his prints into free coloring pages.
Two mornings a week, Fadi Abdeljawad goes into a nook just off his kitchen, stands in front of his open laptop and teaches a mechanical engineering course to about 30 students who are scattered across the country because of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Here are some of the stories of Clemson’s people. We share them as a simple record of deeds great and small that have kept us safe, brought us comfort and cared for our community.
This spring, people all over the world have been stepping out on their porches every evening at 7 p.m. to applaud health care workers who have been putting themselves at risk caring for those with COVID-19.
Clemson kicked off its inaugural softball season this spring, with a 6-2 win in its opening game against St. John’s at UCF’s Black & Gold tournament in Orlando, Florida.
During a motorcycle tour of Colombia, Gary Dauksch ’88 encountered ET in the Cocora Valley.
Bill Jackson ‘76 took a recent ski trip to Jackson Hole, Wyo.
Stephen Foulger is harnessing new X-ray-sensitive, light-emitting materials, which may enable control of neural activity from outside the skull.
Clemson researchers are pioneering ways to use medical imaging technology to study the movement of radionuclides through soil
Jacque Taylor ’90, Ph.D. ’17, an associate professor at Greenville Technical College, traveled to Guizhou University in Guizhou, China, to lecture. During her visit, she visited Xijiang Qianhu Miao Village.