Day 126 | May 6, 2014


John Morse, a professor emeritus of entomology and director emeritus of the Clemson University Arthropod Collection with PhD student in Entomology Hamilton Allen at the Biodiversity event in 2013Image courtesy of Jonathan Veit.


The School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences (SAFES) expresses Thomas Green Clemson’s lifelong interest in agricultural and natural sciences by preparing students for careers and performing innovative research in areas that are critical to the economic and environmental health of South Carolina, the nation and the world.

SAFES offers eight undergraduate majors and five graduate majors in a range of disciplines, including turfgrass management, agricultural mechanization and business, environmental and natural resources, forest resource management, soils and sustainable crop systems, entomology, horticulture, and wildlife and fisheries biology.

Clemson University does not only have a vision of biodiversity – it has the commitment and capacity to discover the next potentially life-changing life forms be they in the laboratory, on the other side of the world, or hidden among the ridges, slopes, gorges and valleys of the mountains we call home.


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