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Chemistry Department Research Symposium - March 14

The College of Science’s department of chemistry will hold the fifth annual Chemistry Department Research Symposium from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, March 14, at the Watt Family Innovation Center. During the event, the chemistry department will share its research and accomplishments of the past year with the Clemson community.

Prospective graduate students will attend as part of their visitation weekend to learn about the research in the department and to interact with Clemson graduate students. Alumni, representatives from area industry and students from area public schools are also encouraged to attend. Coffee and refreshments will be served. The event is free.

This year’s keynote speaker is Suzanne Bell, Professor Emeritus at West Virginia University. Bell retired in 2019 but was the chair of the Forensic and Investigative Science Department while at WVU. The title of her talk, which will begin at 11:15, is “Building a Research Culture in Forensic Science.”
For more information, contact Katja Hall at 

Science on Tap 

A casual monthly forum where people come to learn about and discuss recent discoveries in science and technology while having fun.  An expert gives an informal talk for 20 – 30 minutes, followed by Q&A and discussion. You're invited! Check the schedule for a detailed speaker/topic schedule and join us at our next meeting. Science on Tap is free and open to all ages, and now is meeting in both Clemson and Greenville. 

Bring your students to the CU Life Sciences Outreach Center for a laboratory field trip

The mission of the Clemson University Life Sciences Outreach Center (CULSOC) is to inspire and empower the scientist within each of us. To this end, we:

      • Make science relevant and fun through hands-on labs, camps and activities for learners of all ages
      • Engage the public through lectures and discussions of scientific issues
      • Support classroom teachers through course offerings and lesson ideas

Our programs include:

      • Interactive lab experiences in biology, modern genetics and biotechnology and (new!) chemistry for school and community groups
      • Summer and holiday science camps for grades 5-12
      • Science on Tap, a monthly science café

For detailed information on all our programs see

Online M.S. in Biological Sciences – Non-thesis

The Clemson University Department of Biological Sciences is proud to offer an online, non-thesis M.S. in Biological Sciences designed specifically for teachers and science educators interested in biological sciences. This program is fully in a distance-learning format and lectures are available 24/7.

Online Non-thesis, Masters in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology Program

The Master of Science in Wildlife and Fisheries Biology degree (non-thesis option) has a new online delivery option for students with experience in natural resources who wish to enhance their professional degree skills. Admissions guidelines and a link to graduate admissions can be found on our website

Advanced Placement Summer Institute

See for summer course offerings.