Manufacturers and students to connect at sustainability forum in Greenville

The Sustainable Manufacturing Forum, held on March 12, 2020, in Greenville, SC, will held leading manufacturers in Upstate South Carolina increase their environmental sustainability. Dr. David Ladner, associate professor in Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, is helping to organize the event. Read more in the Newsstand article about the event here.

Middle School Students Learn about Radiation and Radioactivity

On February 1, 2020, Dr. Nicole Martinez, Dr. Lindsay Shuller-Nickles, and graduate students Connor Parker and Kathryn Peruski worked together to engage 5th-8th graders as they learned about radiation and radioactivity during STEM Day. STEM Day is an outreach program led by PEER & WISE for underrepresented middle school students in Upstate SC. Wide-eyed students learned […]

Dr. Ladner discusses benefits of the Industrial Assessment Center with SC Public Radio

South Carolina Public Radio recently featured Dr. David Ladner, Associate Professor, discussing the role of Clemson’s Industrial Assessment Center (IAC) in assessing energy costs for South Carolina factories. This is a US Department of Energy (DOE) sponsored program run by six faculty members from Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences (EEES), Industrial Engineering, and Electrical Engineering, […]

Record Attendance at Annual Hydrogeology Symposium

The 26th Annual David S. Snipes/Clemson Hydrogeology Symposium was held on April 12, 2018 at the Madren Conference Center.  This is the largest gathering of professionals focused on hydrogeology in the Southeast U.S.  This year’s attendance broke all previous records with over 450 participants, 31 exhibitors, and 14 sponsors.  Participants came from both government and […]