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One of the most productive public research universities in the nation, Clemson University enrolls more than 27,000 students across the state of South Carolina and has an endowment of over $1 billion. The University operates Extension offices in every South Carolina county and has five innovation campuses and six Research and Education Center locations statewide. Classified as an R1 — Very High Research University by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching — Clemson is dedicated to teaching, research and service.

Main campus is located in Upstate South Carolina; it sits on 1,400 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains and along the shores of Lake Hartwell. Through the research, outreach and entrepreneurial projects led by faculty and students, Clemson University is driving economic development and improving quality of life in South Carolina and beyond.

Clemson’s people are united in pursuit of our land-grant mission. Working in concert with strategic partners worldwide, the University collaborates daily to move South Carolina’s people and its industries forward by attracting world-class researchers, building state-of-the-art facilities and providing scholarships for students.

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Taylor Swift amène avec elle de nouveaux supporters dans les tribunes des stades de NFL, ligue de football américain, même ici lors d'un match délocalisé à Francfort en Allemagne. Kirill Kudryavtsev / AFP

Idylle Taylor Swift–Travis Kelce : cinq leçons de marketing en cinq chansons

Que Taylor Swift vive une idylle avec une star de football américain, c’est une aubaine pour la NFL afin de garnir les tribunes de nouveaux fans !
Forensic anthropologists can be called in when human remains are discovered. Ashley Cooper/The Image Bank via Getty Images

Forensic anthropologists work to identify human skeletal remains and uncover the stories of the unknown dead

Forensic anthropologists are specialized scientists who analyze the skeletal remains of the recently deceased to help authorities figure out who the person was and what happened to them.
Cuban President Fidel Castro watches former U.S. President Jimmy Carter throw a baseball on May 14, 2002, in Havana, Cuba. Sven Creutzmann/Mambo Photography/Getty Images

The splendid life of Jimmy Carter – 5 essential reads

Beloved in his hometown of Plains, Georgia, Jimmy Carter became the 39th US president and used his office to make human rights a priority throughout the world.
In June 2023, a fire started at this e-bike shop in New York City and spread to upper floors of the building. AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews

Lithium-ion battery fires are a growing public safety concern − here’s how to reduce the risk

Lithium-ion batteries power many electric cars, bikes and scooters. When they are damaged or overheated, they can ignite or explode. Four engineers explain how to handle these devices safely.
A child dressed up as Lord Krishna poses for a photo during the Krishna Janmashtami festival in Kolkata, India. Avishek Das/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images

Krishna Janmashtami: Celebrating the birthday of a beloved Hindu god, renowned for his compassion and his wisdom in the Bhagavad Gita

Krishna Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of the Hindu god Krishna. Many Hindus reenact episodes from mythology on Krishna’s life, known as ‘Krishna Lilas,’ and perform folk dances.
Meghan Downey of Chatham protests on September 7, 2017, as then U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announces federal policy changes in rules for investigating sexual assault reports on college campuses. Lawler Duggan/For The Washington Post via Getty Images

Campus sexual assault prevention programs could do more to prevent violence, even after a decade-long federal mandate

In the 10 years since the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act took effect, the measure appears to have had a greater effect on knowledge about sexual assault than on prevention.


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