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Duke Energy gives $85,000 to STEM summer programs

July 17, 2017

Duke Energy continued its support for two Clemson University programs in 2017 with an $85,000 grant. Both Project WISE, which brings middle schools to campus for a one-week STEM summer camp, and PEER/WISE Experience, which gives 50 incoming freshmen a head start on academics and campus life, are aimed at increasing diversity in the pipelineRead More »


The LendLease Corp. and Simpson Strong-Tie commit as Founding Partners for Wood Utilization + Design Institute

June 21, 2017

Clemson’s Wood Utilization + Design Institute (WU+D) has gained two new corporate Founding Partners, The LendLease Corp. and Simpson Strong-Tie. Both companies have invested in the Institute to support the advancement of the wood products building industry. The Lendlease Corp. and Simpson Strong-Tie each donated $50,000 to help fund the Institute, which brings together foresters,Read More »

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BMW continues support of Clemson faculty research and programs in 2017

June 21, 2017

In 2017, BMW has continued its support of innovative research and engaging programs at Clemson. Highlighted contributions include: Men of Color National Summit – BMW was a corporate sponsor for Clemson’s first annual Men of Color National Summit in Greenville, SC April 27-28, 2017. The goal of the Men of Color National Summit is to openRead More »


Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries receives support from Eastman, Fluor

May 17, 2017

Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries (CEDC), an interdisciplinary, student-directed, applied engineering program that integrates civic engagement to improve the quality of life and work in Haiti’s Central Plateau, have received support from major corporations such as Eastman and Fluor. Through donation of time, talents and resources, these companies and CEDC will work together to advance the fieldRead More »


STEM outreach and education receives increased corporate support in 2017

May 16, 2017

South Carolina’s Coalition of Math and Science (SCCMS), and related initiatives the Upstate STEM Collaborative and the Lowcountry STEM Collaborative, is an alliance of partnering organizations and initiatives, each reaching the education and business communities in different ways, with a central focus on promoting economic development through improving K-12 education. SCCMS, the Upstate STEM CollaborativeRead More »


Dominion Foundation supports Clemson 4-H Jr. Naturalist program

May 16, 2017

The Dominion Foundation has awarded Clemson University a $5,000 grant to support a new South Carolina 4-H Junior Naturalist program. Through the new program, students aged 9-13 will explore the environment with hands-on, outdoor education about natural resources, forest and aquatic ecology, wildlife biology, geology, botany, entomology, and more. Experiential-learning opportunities offered by the Junior NaturalistRead More »


Morgan Corp. donates LiDAR Scanner to Engage Dominica student group

May 5, 2017

Morgan Corp., a  heavy civil contractor whose corporate office is located in Duncan, SC, recently donated a LiDAR scanner to the Engage Dominica program, a student-led program that seeks to examine and improve infrastructure, sanitation, and development initiatives on the Caribbean island of Dominica. Students used the LiDAR scanner on a spring break trip toRead More »

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  Mercedes-Benz Vans staff with student scholarship recipients and CU Engineering faculty group in Riggs Hall.

Mercedes-Benz Vans Scholars engage with company representatives at reception

April 12, 2017

On Friday, April 7, five of the Mercedes-Benz Vans Scholars joined representatives from the company and from the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences for a reception in Riggs Hall. The MBV Scholars were able to share about their various academic, co-op, and internship experiences and how they have shaped their plans for the future.Read More »

photos of Ag Mech and Biz students who have taken a 4-seater golf cart, removed the electric motor and added a diesel engine and a hydrostatic transmission (like a tractor). Additionally, they have added a PTO (power take off) to the rear of the golf cart to power a water pump for a sprayer. This is going to be used to teach several Ag Mech and Business classes, since the instructor can have 3 students ride along as the new technology is being learned, as opposed to a tractor where only one operator can ride.

TiMOTION supports Clemson agricultural mechanization & business students with scholarships

March 23, 2017

TiMOTION, a leading manufacturer of actuators and components for various applications, has committed $4,000 to support scholarships for undergraduate students majoring in agricultural mechanization and business in Clemson’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences. Through these scholarships, TiMOTION seeks to train the next generation of engineers that have the skills and knowledge needed forRead More »

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Assistant Professor in the School of Computing in McAdams Hall with students and in his office.

Keymark and Brasfield & Gorrie establish scholarships for School of Computing and Construction Science and Management

March 14, 2017

Two corporate partners have recently established undergraduate scholarships to support students in the School of Computing and the Department of Construction Science and Management. Keymark, a supplier of enterprise content management (ECM) software, established the Keymark Annual Scholarship Fund in February 2017 to award merit-based scholarships to 10 undergraduate juniors and seniors in the School of Computing.Read More »

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