1:00-2:30 - 327 Long Hall
Dr. Bob Kosinski and Biology 111 students
Clemson undergraduates will help test your reaction time; record your ECG and blood pressure using our computerized physiological monitors. This is lots of fun – be sure to drop in for a visit!
Campbell Museum of Natural History - Vertebrate and Plant Collections
1:30-3:00 - Drop in to view the exhibits!
Campbell Museum of Natural History Exhibit Hall (the small, free-standing, brick building behind Long and Jordan Halls)
Be sure to visit the herbarium in the lower levels – Dixie Damrell (Herbarium Curator) will have specimens on display and be available for questions. 864-656-7234
Entomology Museum – Arthropod Collection
1:30-3:00, 113A Long Hall
Drop in to view the exhibits - hosted by the Clemson Entomology Club (Francesca Stubbins).
To add even more fun to your trip to Clemson University, consider also visiting one of the locations listed in the right margin after the Biology Merit Exam. Please make your own arrangements by following the information provided on their websites.
Walking tour of campus: Take a self-tour with the iTunes app , “Clemson University Tour” or reserve a guided tour through the Class of 1944 Visitors Center. High schools with groups of 10+ may reserve a limited number of student-guided tours through Tracey O'Kelley at email@example.com or 864-656-4789 in advance.
Check out the Clemson University Master Calendar for any special events or displays occurring on the same day of the Exam. Go to www.clemson.edu and click on the calendar link in the top right corner. A few of the special events include:
Horticulture Student's Spring Plant Sale - 12:00pm to 4:30pm, Biosystems Research Complex, Head house and greenhouses, 105 Collings St.
Clemson horticulture students sell plants they grew for HORT 2110 class. This is a three-day event taking place the first three Fridays of April. Beautiful plants lovingly grown by Clemson horticulture students. Students will be present to answer questions. http://calendar.clemson.edu/event/horticulture_spring_plant_sale#.UyITaVw2vRo
Documenting the Natural World: A Selection of Illustrated 18th and 19th Century Books From Clemson University’s Special Collections Library
R.M. Cooper Library, lobby - Many people are familiar with John James Audubon’s beautiful illustrations in his The Birds of America volumes from the early 1800s. But Audubon’s bird book was just one of a number of publications from the 18th and 19th centuries with vivid images of plants and animals. This exhibit in the lobby of Cooper Library includes works such as William Curtis’ Botanical Magazine, John Edwards Holbrook’s North American Herpetology, Thomas Say’s American Entomology, and Jacob Bigelow’s American Medical Botany, as well as Audubon’s other work The Quadrupeds of North America. These publications represent a widespread desire to understand and systematically classify the natural world caused by an increase in exploration and the discovery of many species new to science in the 17th and 18th centuries. Also included are several illustrated reports from federally-funded expeditions through the U.S. territories and abroad. The exhibit is on display through April 21, 2014. http://library.clemson.edu/depts/specialcollections/2014/01/30/new-exhibit-in-cooper-library/
Spring Plant Sale - SC Botanical Garden - Friday, April 11 at 2:00pm to 6:00pm (only for Friends of the Garden - can join at gate). Public sale is Saturday, 9am - 1pm. http://www.clemson.edu/public/scbg/nursery/plant_sale.html
High School Juniors - Visit the Calhoun Honors College! High School juniors can schedule a meeting with one of the honors staff and potentially with one of our honors student ambassadors. Appointments must be made one week in advance - See http://www.clemson.edu/cuhonors/prospective-students/admissions/visit.html Tillman Hall 105, 2:00pm (by appointment only).