The Clemson University Young Alumni Council (YAC) has recognized Adam Thomas Haldeman of Seneca, SC as one of the 2017 “Roaring 10” – young alumni who have made an impact in business, leadership, community, educational and/or philanthropic endeavors.
Honorees were selected based on their continued efforts to uphold the university’s core values of honesty, integrity and respect and to demonstrate an “ever-loyal” relationship with Clemson University.
After majoring in ceramics and materials engineering, Haldeman joined Tetramer Technologies where he has led the development of more than 100 new advanced polymer materials. He co-founded H2 Home Help LLC, which rebuilds homes to restore families and revitalize communities in Upstate South Carolina and serves as an elder at United Assembly of God in Seneca. Haldeman has mentored Clemson students through internships, co-ops and the National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates program. He serves on the Undergraduate Curriculum Advisory Board for Clemson’s materials science and engineering department and collaborated on research with Clemson’s Center for Advanced Fibers and Films.
The primary mission of Clemson YAC is to support the goals of the Clemson Alumni Association specifically on matters pertaining to Young Alumni. Clemson YAC exists to connect Young Alumni with the University, assist Young Alumni in the transition from active student to alumnus, facilitate fellowship, personal growth and professional development opportunities for young alumni and formally represent Young Alumni interests to the Clemson Alumni Council. The purpose of these efforts is to affect seminal influence on young alumni so they may continue to be connected and contributing alumni for a better Clemson throughout their lives.