Download Adobe Reader

College Priorities

Pursuing Greatness

Pursuing Greatness

We are Pursuing Greatness

None of us can predict the potential unleashed when someone first stares into an electron microscope, sees her sketches transformed into a shelter, hears his first engine design roar to life or watches a patient walk again. Nor can we predict the impact on our economy, our state and ultimately, our world.

Today Clemson finds itself in the enviable position of being poised and ready for even more. We are pursuing greatness. We are furthering success. We are transforming ourselves into one of the nation's best public institutions.

Students

Educating leaders, critical thinkers and global citizens.
• Scholarships for Undergraduate Students
• Fellowships for Graduate Students

Engaged Students

Providing students with internships, co-op experiences, service learning, global study, unique programs and research.
• Study Abroad
• Creative Inquiry
• Undergraduate Research
• Programs for Educational Enrichment and Retention (PEER)
• Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)

Infrastructure

Improving our on-campus facilities to provide the best environment for our faculty and students is critical. We can accomplish this goal by adding new space and upgrading what is currently in place. Specific opportunities include:
• Engineering Welcome/IDEaS Center
• Earle Hall Polymer Wing
• Lowry Renovation & Expansion
• Olin Renovation
• Freeman Expansion

Faculty

We are improving the Clemson Experience by recruiting, retaining and rewarding outstanding faculty.
• Professorships
• Endowed Chairs

Unrestricted Giving

Discretionary funds allow the College to direct resources to critical areas and urgent projects.
• Named Departments
• Dean’s Excellence Fund
• IDEaS Professorships
• College of Engineering and Science Leadership Circle
• Keeps the state's best and brightest students in South Carolina
• Enables faculty, staff and students to address real-world problems

Economic Development

Making an impact on South Carolina’s economy.
• Clemson University Biomedical Engineering Innovation Campus (CUBEInC)
• Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR)

Funding these priorities will provide critical support to the college, thereby helping us recruit and retain top students and faculty, increase our national recognition for excellence, support life-changing student engagement programs and drive economic growth in South Carolina.

To show your support or for more information, visit us online at www.clemson.edu/isupportcu or contact:

Anand Gramopadhye
Dean
College of Engineering and Science
(864) 656-3203
agramop@clemson.edu

Kelly Cloyd
Senior Director of Development
phone: (864) 650-8096
kellyu@clemson.edu

Doug Gray
Director of Development
College of Engineering and Science
phone: (864) 508-2146
dgray2@clemson.edu

Rachel Martin
Stewardship Coordinator
College of Engineering and Science
ramarti@clemson.edu

Paula Page
Administrative Coordinator
College of Engineering and Science Development Team
(864) 656-0562
page7@clemson.edu

Wayne Bennett
Development Specialist, CU-ICAR
(864) 656-0882
wayneb@clemson.edu

College Priorities
  • World-Class Facilities
  • Exemplary Educational Experiences
  • Virtuoso Talent
  • Impactful Research and Scholarship