That the Tiger’s roar may echo O’er the mountain height!
Clemson Medallion Nominations Open
Nominations are open through September 17 for Clemson’s highest honor, the Clemson Medallion, which recognizes an individual who has demonstrated sustained commitment and significant service to the University.
Researchers in the Clemson University Department of Public Health Sciences have received grant funding from the National Council on Aging to host vaccine clinics and provide vaccine education in medically underserved areas of South Carolina through the HOPE in SC project.
National Moon Day is July 20, a celebration of the space flight, lunar landing and safe return of the Apollo 11 crew. To commemorate the special occasion, read some fascinating facts about Earth’s only natural satellite.
William Edward Worthy graduated from Chester High School in 1951 and enrolled in Clemson College that fall as a textile manufacturing major. As a freshman, he was a member of the best drilled platoon in the Cadet Corps.
As she flew through a Saharan dust plume over Anderson, South Carolina, while piloting skydivers to their jump altitude, Clemson University geneticist and licensed commercial pilot Kimberly Métris literally saw a research opportunity before her eyes.
In May, twelve Lyceum Scholars traveled to Athens, Greece, along with two Lyceum faculty to study ancient political philosophy and culture in the birthplace of democracy at The American College of Greece (ACG).