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Give Day

There is strength in numbers.
When we unite as Tigers and friends of the College of Science, we are a powerful force. We create life-changing experiences for students, faculty and staff. We transform lives — on campus and beyond.
Clemson is the thread that connects us. Student to alumni. Faculty to student scholars. Tigers past and present. That connection is more important than ever.
Now in its eighth year, Give Day gives us a chance — together — to move Clemson and the College of Science ahead, to make a difference for our beloved University, future Tigers and those who are already a part of the Clemson Family.
It is an opportunity to celebrate our community, fortify the bond between us and give us another reason to be proud when we say, “I am a Clemson Tiger.”
This year’s Give Day is April 5, but you can make a gift now by clicking the Give to the College of Science button below.
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Not just a name

After a decade of research, the EPIC acronym represents more than a lab name. It’s life-saving, global infectious disease research. In its first decade, Clemson University Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center finds itself at the forefront of biomedical research on parasitic and fungal pathogens that threaten the health of billions worldwide.
Read About Epic’s Impact
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Celebrating women in science

In the spirit of International Women’s Day and International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we highlight women with ties to the College of Science and how they are making a difference.
Read About These Women’s Journeys
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In the family genes

There’s still a Lyman in the lab. While Richard and Roberta recently retired from the Clemson University Center for Human Genetics, daughter Rachel is continuing a family legacy that has spanned 35 years.
Read About the Lymans
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Data Science and Analytics online master’s ranked 5th in country

Fortune has ranked Clemson’s DSA program one of the best in the country. The program’s goal is to train people not only to analyze the mounds of data generated every second, but to interpret it for managers and CEOs in terms everyone can understand.

Professor in SMSS receives fellowship for advocacy for women in math

Keri Ann Sather-Wagstaff, a professor in the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences, was named an Association for Women in Mathematics Fellow for her support for women and other historically underrepresented groups in mathematics.

Clemson associate professor cited in article about parasite eradication

President Jimmy Carter led the effort to rid the world of a parasite that causes debilitating pain and a significant financial burden to those who were infected. Now, the Guinea worm is close to being completely eradicated. A Clemson geneticist told CNN just how difficult that is.

Researchers aim to harness the power of the sun

The sun is an abundant — but largely untapped — energy source. Researchers at the Clemson Nanomaterials Institute want to change that. They’ve designed a smart supercapacitor that can efficiently harvest energy from sunlight and simultaneously store it.

It’s not too late to register for Alumni Spring Break

The students are on spring break and Clemson is calling you home. The second annual Alumni Spring Break is March 24-25. Get your ticket for a fun-filled weekend that includes campus tours, a concert and block party on College Avenue, and an alumni golf gathering at the Walker Course.

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Let us know what you’re doing. Share your professional accomplishments with the College of Science and your news may be featured on our website or in this newsletter.
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