A $1 million gift to Clemson University ensures that two legacies that began in the early 1900s will benefit current and future students. In 1938, Frank S. Barnes Jr. of Rock Hill began his freshman year at Clemson College. He followed his father, F.S. Barnes Sr., who graduated from there in 1915. The Sheep Barn was built on campus at the turn of the century.
A new partnership will establish formal collaboration among genetic researchers and Clemson University faculty at the Greenwood Genetic Center and Self Regional Healthcare, expanding an already successful working relationship.
Toyota Technical Center, the North American research and development arm of Toyota Motor Corp. , will sponsor the sixth-generation innovative Deep Orange program, a vehicle prototype designed and conceived by automotive engineering students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR).
When it comes to Pam Buffington Redmon’s passion to control tobacco, it’s personal. Two weeks before her 1985 graduation from Clemson’s School of Nursing, Redmon received a call that no daughter wants to receive. Her father, a longtime smoker, was being rushed to the hospital and would need open heart surgery. He survived, but struggled […]
The Columbia Clemson Club has made its final payment to establish a $25,000 endowment to provide scholarships to Clemson students from Richland County.
Alumnus George McCall is a frequent guest lecturer and mentor for students (particularly sophomores) in the College of Engineering and Science. He hopes to inspire students to explore a variety of careers using their engineering background.
Clemson University has inducted three new members into the Fort Hill Legacy Society, which honors donors posthumously for leaving $1 million or more to the university in their estate plans. Each member of the society has a bronze leaf memorial on the grounds of Fort Hill, the historic home of Thomas Green and Anna Calhoun Clemson.