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Upstate biochemistry senior named Clemson’s first Rhodes Scholar

Sunday November 21, 2021

Franke, an Honors College student majoring in biochemistry with minors in political science and philosophy, is one of 32 American Rhodes Scholars selected through an intensive application and interview process.

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Two Upstate Honors College students named Rhodes Scholar finalists

Monday November 15, 2021

Two Honors College seniors are finalists for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship - the first time Clemson has had multiple finalists in one year.

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Gamma ray discovery could advance understanding of UFOs’ role in the evolution of galaxies

Wednesday November 10, 2021

New research from Clemson scientists detects gamma-ray emission from UFOs launched by supermassive black holes.

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Soledad O’Brien, Vanessa Wyche bring national prestige to Clemson’s first Women’s Roundtable event

Tuesday November 09, 2021

The sold-out inaugural Women’s Roundtable Summit on November 3 at the Greenville Convention Center gathered 350 young women from around the Upstate, ages ranging from middle school to college, to connect and hear first-hand stories from accomplished women who know what it takes to reach for greatness.

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Class scheduling luck started Hayley Hassler on her path to COVID immunity research

Monday November 08, 2021

Hassler has been a key part of a Yale School of Public Health research team that analyzed immunological data from six of the virus’s close relatives and used evolutionary principles to model how soon will a person become vulnerable to reinfection after they’ve had COVID-19.

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Panelists offer advice to budding entrepreneurs at College of Science’s Catalyst Competition kickoff

Monday November 08, 2021

Look at ways to fill unmet market needs. Don’t try to do too much. Surround yourself with people who challenge you and your ideas. Those are some tips that students heard from successful entrepreneurs and Clemson University College of Science alumni at […]

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The science of the game: Where Tiger fans see tackles and touchdowns, Amy Pope sees physics

Thursday October 28, 2021

When linebacker James Skalski tackled Georgia Tech tight end Dylan Deveney at the 2-yard line on a fourth-and-goal shovel pass in the waning seconds of a September Atlantic Coast Conference game, most Clemson fans saw a game-saving tackle. Amy Pope, […]

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