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Clemson to host inaugural Global Leaders Forum at Brooks Center

Ratan Tata to speak to Clemson community Clemson University will welcome Ratan Tata to the Brooks Center on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 2 p.m. for the Inaugural Global Leaders Forum. The forum will feature Mr. Tata answering questions from students about global impact, philanthropy and business. Due to limited seating, priority for entrance will be […]

Ride for cancer research Nov. 2

Clemson and the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) have joined forces to raise money for cancer research. The universities are urging their communities to participate in the LOWVELO bike ride on Nov. 2. Participants can select one of three rides of varying distances. Money raised during this inaugural event will be used to fund […]

Edward Lee McLean, professor emeritus – Aug. 21, 2019

Edward Lee McLean, 84, of Everett, Washington, died Aug. 21, 2019. He was a faculty member in the department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology. “Captain Ed” as many called him, mentored many students during his career as an advisor for Community and Rural Development majors. After retiring from Clemson in 2001, he was awarded […]

Diverse: Issues In Higher Education co-founder, CEO and publisher Frank Matthews to be honored at ceremony

Clemson University will honor Frank Matthews for his more than three decades of outstanding contributions as co-founder, CEO and publisher of Diverse: Issues In Higher Education. Matthews, a Clemson Alum, spent his career telling the compelling stories of students, educators and communities, while bringing a national spotlight on issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. The […]

Submit nominations for prestigious Class of ’39 Award for Excellence

Endowed by the Great Class of 1939, the Clemson University Class of ’39 Award for Excellence is presented annually to one distinguished member of the Clemson faculty whose outstanding contributions to students, the university, and/or the local/national/international community for the past five-year period have been judged by his/her peers to represent the highest achievement of […]

Need a spring 2020 intern? Apply through UPIC

The University Professional Internship & Co-Op (UPIC) program will continue to accept nominations from departments and mentors for spring 2020 internship experiences. Do you need additional help in your office or department? Do you have interesting projects or assignments that would provide a professional experience for a Clemson student? Do you have a current UPIC […]

Come out to support two heroes as they walk across S.C. for vets

Post for Vet walk

On Friday, August 30 from noon until 2 p.m., U.S. Army veterans and Purple Heart recipients, Greg Quarles and Ross Alewine, will visit Clemson University during their 350-mile journey across the state of South Carolina to raise awareness and support of veteran resources. There will be a short talk by both men, after which Clemson’s […]

Caution urged for pedestrians, vehicles at corner at Fort Hill and Calhoun Streets

Traffic at the corner of Fort Hill Street and Calhoun Drive is notorious for its bottleneck, often backing traffic up on Fort Hill through core campus and on Calhoun Drive back to Hwy. 93. Drivers and pedestrians alike are asked to exercise caution at this intersection, especially during high-traffic times around class changes. In an […]

New University Testing and Education Center ramps up after extensive renovations in Vickery Hall

Programming space for testing and instruction for up to 30 students.

Just in time for the beginning of the academic year, the University Testing and Education Center (UTEC) is up and running and has ramped up its capacity and range of services. The UTEC supports and promotes the University’s educational mission by providing facility resources for academic groups and centralized proctored testing services for students, faculty, […]

Inaugural General Education Program retreat leads to productive discussion on change

Pic of Gen ed retreat

By Bridget G. Trogden, Ph.D., associate dean, Undergraduate Studies Many backgrounds, one goal. More than 150 Clemson faculty, academic staff and students from all University colleges and most departments gathered last Wednesday for the first General Education Program retreat, with the goal of examining how to improve the undergraduate General Education curriculum. Hosted by the Division […]