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  • Clemson trustees approve new degree programs, including nation’s first Ph.D. in Digital History
    Paul Hyde | May 7, 2019

    The Clemson University board of trustees recently approved new academic degree programs in the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities, including the nation’s first Ph.D. program in Digital History. Trustees also voted to create a new Bachelor of Arts in Art and Design.

  • Clemson senior from Columbia earns Alpha Lambda Delta fellowship
    Philip Sikes | April 24, 2019
    Jason Erno of the National Scholars Program in Carillon Gardens on campus

    Senior biochemistry and genetics major Jason Erno of Columbia is the recipient of Alpha Lambda Delta’s Maria Leonard Graduate Fellowship in the amount of $6,500 for the 2019-20 academic year. Erno will use the fellowship stipend toward his pursuit of a degree from the Medical University of South Carolina. Erno is scheduled to graduate from Clemson University on May 10.

  • Product aimed at exposing young people to agriculture wins Cultivate.CAFLS Showdown
    Steven Bradley | April 24, 2019
    First-place team with prize winnings.

    An initiative in Clemson’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS) to promote the development of entrepreneurial ideas and skills, the Cultivate.CAFLS Showdown was held April 10 at the Watt Family Innovation Center Auditorium. It featured seven teams presenting their projects with the winning team taking home $2,000 to be used to further advance their project.

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  • Planning can help pasture owners manage the mud
    Tom Hallman | May 8, 2019
    Pasture grass

    You can't stop the rain. But there are some tried-and-true ways of managing its effects on the pasture your livestock depend on.

  • Clemson Extension helping emergency workers safely use chainsaws in disasters
    Steven Bradley | April 30, 2019
    Instructor demonstrates chainsaw safety techniques to firefighters.

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has provided funding for a series of tree cleanup and chainsaw safety courses aimed at training hundreds of first responders and others how to properly deal with downed trees and safely manage their chainsaw use. The courses are being offered throughout South Carolina by the Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service in partnership with the University of Georgia. 

  • Clemson announces carbon market workshop in Upstate for forest landowners
    Denise Attaway | April 29, 2019
    Clemson Cooperative Extension experts are holding a workshop on May 23 to show South Carolina forest landowners how participating in the carbon market can provide a new revenue stream for landowners while helping attack climate change.

    Clemson Cooperative Extension experts are holding a workshop in the Upstate to show South Carolina forest landowners how they can create a new revenue stream and help combat climate change by participating in the carbon market.

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  • Brooks Center announces 2019-20 season
    Thomas Hudgins | May 6, 2019
    Members of the Kingdom Choir stand in a semi-circle around a piano and sing.

    The 2019-20 season at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts offers variety, with Grammy winners, world music, dance companies, chamber ensembles and much more.

  • Clemson University helps Artisphere celebrate 15th anniversary
    Paul Alongi | May 6, 2019
    A girl learns to draw with robots at Artisphere in 2018.

    Everyone knows that singing into a microphones produces sound, but one that also creates light will be in downtown Greenville this weekend, as Clemson University helps one of the nation’s top arts festivals celebrate its 15th anniversary. Clemson’s STEAM Exhibit is returning to Artisphere with several new attractions, including a sweater dotted with LED lights that transforms musical notes into light.

  • Clemson announces carbon market workshop in Upstate for forest landowners
    Denise Attaway | April 29, 2019
    Clemson Cooperative Extension experts are holding a workshop on May 23 to show South Carolina forest landowners how participating in the carbon market can provide a new revenue stream for landowners while helping attack climate change.

    Clemson Cooperative Extension experts are holding a workshop in the Upstate to show South Carolina forest landowners how they can create a new revenue stream and help combat climate change by participating in the carbon market.