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USC Among World's Top Patent-Producing Universities

USC was the lead on 37 issued U.S. patents last year alone and was named on 42 total U.S. patents.

Clemson's College of Business Names New Dean

As the dean of Clemson’s College of Business, Wendy York will lead 177 faculty and 49 staff members who serve 3,854 undergraduate business majors and 735 graduate students.

S.C. State Fair Names 2018 Scholarship Recipients

The fair annually awards 50 scholarships to S.C. high school students planning to pursue their studies at any public or private college, university, or technical college in the state.

Google And The Governor Host Computer Science Event

They encouraged kids to develop an interest in computer science education by giving real-life examples of how coding and STEM education can lead to educational opportunities and careers.

Citadel Foundation Raises $250 Million In Anniversary Campaign

The foundation hosted a celebration of the campaign’s success on campus May 12, honoring the 20,784 donors who contributed.

Clemson Awards 1,800 Degrees

Clemson President James Clements addressed students at both ceremonies, encouraging them to take the values Clemson strives to instill with them into the next chapter of their lives.

Lowcountry Vegetable Doctor Receives Agriculture Research Honor

Keinath works mainly with diseases that affect the two economically most important groups of vegetable crops in South Carolina.

International African American Museum Fundraising Nearing Completion

About half of all enslaved Africans brought to this country in the late 1700s and early 1800s passed through Gadsden’s Wharf on the Cooper River – making it an ideal location to tell the story of slavery and early African-American history in the United States. That story and many more will unfold as the International African American Museum is constructed in the coming months.

Offshore Drilling And Big Higher Education Numbers

In South Carolina, there is hue and cry over the possibility of the ecological damage that can come with offshore drilling. But what is the hue and cry over the endowments in the major universities, the direct beneficiaries of successful oil exploration, both inland and offshore?

Clemson Emeritus Associate Professor Receives Medal of Distinction

John Jacques, professor emeritus of Clemson’s School of Architecture, and Lisa Lanni, a former student and partner of McMillian Pazdan Smith, nominated Huff for the award.