Clemson Engineers in Developing Countries
As a graduate student, Jeff Plumblee had an idea to combine his passion for engineering with his desire to serve others. Drawing inspiration from programs like Engineers Without Borders, Plumblee created what is now the Clemson Engineers in Developing Countries Program (CEDC).
Digging Deeper for Healthier Communities
The Feed & Seed organization plans to build a centralized food hub conveniently located to serve all ten counties in the upstate. According to the USDA’s Regional Food Hub Resource Guide, a food hub is...
More Than a Competition
There are 4,599 universities in the United States. Only 17 of these universities are chosen to compete in the United States Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, and Clemson University is one of them. The Solar Decathlon is...