The Honor and Awards Committee of the Alumni Association is
accepting nominations for the 2016 Distinguished Service Award. Nominations
will be accepted until July 31, 2015.
The award recognizes and celebrates action that exemplifies integrity and, in a continuing and constructive way, encourages commitment to ethical conduct and the value of integrity.
Alumnus Farris “Carlos” Hill (BS in Civil Engineering '86) has been promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in U.S. Air Force.
For a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to play in the Acura College Alumni Team Championship at Pinehurst.
Barbara Webb '89 was recognized by Colonial Life for her extensive volunteer efforts in her community and beyond.
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A memorial service honoring our fallen heroes will be conducted Sunday, May 24 at 4 pm at the Clemson's Scroll of Honor Memorial on
Williamson Road across from Memorial Stadium.
We are seeking general comments, address information, travel news, class notes, births, weddings and passings. Include your full name and grad yr.
A luncheon was held to recognize donors for their continued support to the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences.
The Class of 2015 Thomas F. Chapman Leadership Scholars reception was held to celebrate scholars and the impact of the program.
This summer, work begins on a residential village for students that will change a main gateway to the campus.
The Clemson Alumni Association now offers an array of career resources that will help you reignite your career!
The parks, recreation and tourism management department honored two alumni and a faculty member during its annual Honors and Awards Program.
Opportunity lost. In late 1943, the battle between German occupiers and Allied liberators had transitioned from Sicily to the Italian mainland.
The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Scholarship has given two students the opportunity to achieve goals they thought weren’t possible.