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Avtec donation helps strengthen Clemson University’s emergency operations

October 5, 2017

Avtec, the leading independent provider of pure Internet Protocol dispatch console solutions, has donated dispatching software, products, and services, valued at $428,000, to the Clemson Unified Command Post. In addition, Avtec has donated $75,000 cash to Clemson to strengthen academic, research, and public service programming related to emergency management in the Watt Family Innovation CenterRead More »

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Clemson celebrates 2017-2018 Bosch Fellowship in Automotive Engineering recipient

September 26, 2017

On September 22, Clemson announced the 2017-2018 recipient of the Bosch Endowed Fellowship in Automotive Engineering at an event at CU-ICAR. Bosch established this fellowship endowment in 2014 with a gift of $560,000. Caroline Louis, who received her undergraduate degree in Materials Science and Engineering from Clemson in May 2017, was announced as this year’s fellowshipRead More »

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Michelin’s support of Clemson honored at engagement reception

September 26, 2017

Clemson recently honored Michelin for their support of students, faculty, and programs, totaling close to $5M since 1977, at an engagement reception in the Hendrix Student Center. Janet Krupka, Director of Recruiting, and Stacy Davis, Campus Recruiter at Michelin, joined students, faculty, and staff from several programs supported by Michelin, including: – the Michelin Endowed ChairRead More »

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Fluor continues longstanding support of Clemson students, programs and initiatives in fiscal year 2018

September 26, 2017

In fiscal year 2018, Fluor supported the following Clemson programs and initiatives: Michelin Career Center Fluor’s contribution to the Michelin Career center support a variety of programs that provide students with career opportunities and advice, including interest inventory assessments for students uncertain about their future career field, online job and internship resources, and programs forRead More »

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Clemson recognizes endowed chair holders at University convocation

September 13, 2017

First-year, transfer, and graduate students, and university faculty and staff gathered in Littlejohn Coliseum on Monday, August 21 to officially start the new academic year with the annual Victor Hurst Convocation. Attendees heard from speakers Jay Allison, who co-edited this year’s Common Reading Program book, “This I Believe,” President Jim Clements, who shared advice withRead More »

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AFL partners with Clemson’s Townes Scholars Program for undergraduate students

August 16, 2017

AFL, a global company that manufactures, engineers and installs the fiber optic products and equipment needed by communications providers, has recently invested in Clemson’s Charles H. Townes Scholars Program. The Townes Scholars program is an undergraduate student research experience where students from diverse science and engineering focused programs come to Clemson for a 10-week summer program toRead More »

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SRNL funds scholarships for Clemson STEM students

August 3, 2017

Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL), through its management and operating company Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, is funding scholarships for up to 18 Clemson University students through its University Scholars Program. SRNL has invested $144,000 to establish the scholarship program, which will support qualified students in STEM majors with $4,000 scholarships, career mentoring opportunities, and leadershipRead More »

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Clemson hosts Wells Fargo for event celebrating their 10+ year support of Call Me MISTER and Emerging Scholars

July 27, 2017

Since 2006, Wells Fargo has been transforming the lives of students and families across South Carolina through its support of Clemson programs Emerging Scholars and Call Me MISTER. Emerging Scholars seeks to establish a college-going culture among students from the state’s economically disadvantages areas. Call Me MISTER seeks to increase the pool of available teachersRead More »

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Fluor’s Golf for Greenville supports Clemson’s Science on the Move program in 2017

July 18, 2017

Fluor Corporation hosted its 28th annual Golf for Greenville charity golf tournament in May 2017, raising $601,000 for Upstate charities. One of the beneficiaries of this year’s Golf for Greenville tournament was Clemson’s Science on the Move mobile program, which provides education resources designed to increase students’ exposure and interest in STEM. Science on the Move followsRead More »

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College of Business Creative Inquiry funded by Siemens seeks generational knowledge transfer solutions

July 17, 2017

Beginning in February 2017, Siemens supported a three-year Creative Inquiry in the College of Business that seeks to determine the best way to mitigate the brain drain that occurs when a generation of experience leaves the workforce. Companies like Siemens are devoting time and resources to determine how they can maintain an informed and knowledgeable employee baseRead More »

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