Clemson in the Lowcountry
Clemson in the Lowcountry is a supper club for all ages which meets 4 times throughout the year (October, January, March, & May) and a part of the Clemson Alumni Association. We endeavor to keep Lowcountry residents informed on Clemson’s latest news/impact both locally as well as nationally by featuring guest speakers associated with all facets of the University. Our events provide great opportunities for comradery and networking, and a good time is had by all.
Never attended before? Over the past several years we’ve welcomed the following speakers: President Clements, Provost Robert Jones, Dan Radakovich (Athletic Director), Ray Huff (Director of the Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston), Monte Lee (Head Baseball Coach), Alumnus Jim Rozier (Former Chairman and Member of the SCDOT Commission), Thad Turnipseed (Football Director of Recruiting & External Affairs), the Zucker family, Robert Barkley (Admissions), Lee Gill (Chief Diversity Officer), Coach Mike Noonan (Head Soccer Coach), Dean Cynthia Young (College of Science), and the ClemsonLIFE program.
1st Meeting – October 9, 2018 - Beth Clements, First Lady of Clemson University
This group meets 4 times per year for dinner from 6-8:30 pm. Dinners vary in location based on speaker. 2018/2019 membership for the full year is $100. Guests or single dinners are $30.
• Tuesday, October 9: Beth Clements, First Lady of Clemson University
• January 2019 (Day & Speaker TBD)
• Thursday, March 21: Zucker Family Graduate Education Center
• May 2019 (Day & Speaker TBD)
President: Corey Greene
Alumni liaison: Yianna Kappas email@example.com