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Room Requests

Classroom reservations can be made by sending your requested date and time to one of the members of the BIOE staff. Use the links below to submit a form request to check for availability.

Please note you must request a room at least 24 hours in advance. All rooms are scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. If your request is denied, you must submit a new request for a different date and time.

Rhodes Engineering Research Center
Engineering Service Drive

Faculty or Staff Request

Student Request

To reserve conference rooms, contact Leigh Humphries.

Seminar Series

The Page Morton Hunter Distinguished Seminar Series is sponsored by the Clemson University Department of Bioengineering. The biweekly seminars occur during the fall and spring semesters and are led by a distinguished expert, with each seminar providing an insightful look into research and industry practices, challenges, and innovation in bioengineering.

The series is held Thursday afternoons from 3:30 - 4:30 in 111 Rhodes Annex. There is a reception following the presentations. Suggestions for speakers are always welcome. Please send ideas via the seminar speaker form. Discussions and Q & A follow most. A list of archived seminars is available, with an overview of the presentation topic.

For calendar reminder invites by mail, please visit our Clemson bioengineering events listings.

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Spring 2024 Schedule

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Please view our Bioengineering newsletter, which is published each spring and fall. It covers research, awards, and spotlights on student, faculty, and staff accomplishments.

Danyelle Townsend  photoJanuary 18, 2024
3:30-4:30 PM
Danyelle Townsend, Ph.D.
Professor and Interim Chair
College of Pharmacy
COP Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences
Seminar Title
Cigarette Smoke Induced Lung Injury
Basic Science Building 435 at MUSC or Zoom
» Download Bio and Abstract

Katrina Knight photoFebruary 8, 2024
3:30-4:30 PM
Katrina Knight, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Bioengineering
University of Pittsburgh
Seminar Title
Engineering Novel Solutions for Prolapse Repairs Using a Bottom-Up Approach
111 Rhodes Annex
» Download Bio and Abstract

Jessica WagenseilFebruary 29, 2024
3:30-4:30 PM
Jessica Wagenseil, D.Sc
Professor and Vice Dean for Faculty Advancement
Washington University in St. Louis
Seminar Title
Biomechanics of Thoracic Aortic Aneurysms
111 Rhodes Annex
» Download Bio and Abstract

Paul CamplagnolaMarch 28, 2024
3:30-4:30 PM
Paul Camplagnola, Ph.D.
Peter Tong Department Chair and Professor, Department of Bioengineering
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Seminar Title
High-resolution imaging and biological consequences of collagen architecture alterations in ovarian cancer
Basic Science Building 435 at MUSC or by Zoom
» Downloadable Bio and Abstract

Dena HowlandApril 18, 2024
3:30-4:30 PM
Dena Howland, Ph.D.
Professor, Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center
University of Louisville
Seminar Title
Understanding Motor Recovery and Circuitry Substraes in a Large Animal Model of Spinal Cord Injury
111 Rhodes Annex
» Download Bio and Abstract

About Page Morton Hunter

Mrs. Page Morton Hunter's lifelong career of individual volunteerism and public service reflects a significant personal commitment to the advancement of education and the improvement of the human community.

After earning degrees from Mercer and Emory universities, the Gray, Georgia, native advanced the Allied Cause during World War II by helping to establish libraries at United States Army and Air Force installations across the country. In 1943, she became chief of libraries for the Third United States Air Force.

Following the war, Mrs. Hunter lived in New York City, where she was involved in extensive volunteer work for her church and community and for the fledgling United Nations. She would meet arriving UN delegation staff members from around the world and help them settle into their new surroundings.

By 1973, Mrs. Hunter had returned to the South and became assistant director of the Athens, Georgia, Regional Library. It was during this period that she married the late Thomas Mitchell Hunter, a 1909 Clemson graduate and a distinguished engineer and inventor. Together, the Hunters shared a suite at the Clemson House and great love for Clemson University. Evidence of this love includes The Hunter Endowed Chair of Bioengineering, The Hunter Honors Lecture Series, and The Page Morton Hunter Engineering Fellowship.