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NOV 15

P&ES Seminar - Matt Koski, "The evolution of flower color: are po...

12:15 pm to 7:00 pm

Biosystems Research Complex

NOV 15

JoAnn Sekiguchi, University of Michigan

2:30 pm to 3:30 pm

Freeman Hall

NOV 18

Study Abroad 101

3:30 pm to 4:30 pm

Martin Hall

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The faculty, staff and students of the College of Science focus, as a team, on academic, faculty and inclusive excellence, seeking high-impact and transformational experiences.

As part of a land-grant University, we understand the value of being locally relevant and embracing the responsibility of improving the lives of South Carolinians. As an aspiring world-class College of Science, we understand the importance of being globally impactful and preparing our graduates to be leaders in an increasingly diverse and interconnected world.

The College of Science has one school and four departments that offer 25 undergraduate and graduate degrees: seven Bachelor of Science, four Bachelor of Arts, six Master of Science and eight Doctor of Philosophy.

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    2018 ranking of Clemson’s Career Services Program, according to The Princeton Review.

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    Percentage of Honors College students who are pursing College of Science majors.