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College of Enginering, Computing and Applied Sciences at Clemson University. Creating next-gen engineers and scientists. Doing globe-changing research.
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Julio C Hernandez 5h
is hosting a virtual “Sneak Preview” event for high school juniors & seniors interested in engineering or computer science. Help support building a pipeline to STEM careers.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 5h
Please help us congratulate this year's Faculty Award winners! They are (clockwise from top left): Fadi Abdeljawad, Nicole Martinez, Suyi Li, Ardalan Vahidi, Beshah Ayalew, Rajendra Bordia, Tim DeVol, Jennifer Ogle, Yunyi Jia.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 5h
We congratulate Suyi Li on being named the college's Junior Researcher of the Year! The honor recognizes faculty whose work is improving society through the generation and dissemination of new knowledge. Li is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 5h
Please help us congratulate Jennifer Ogle on winning the Esin Gulari Leadership and Service Award! The award recognizes faculty for leadership and selfless commitment of time and effort. Dr. Ogle is a professor and associate chair in civil engineering.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 6h
We congratulate Tim DeVol on winning this year's Mentoring Award! The honor goes to a faculty member who goes above and beyond in enriching the faculty and student Clemson experience. Dr. DeVol is the Toshiba Professor of Nuclear Engineering.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 6h
We congratulate Ardalan Vahidi, Beshah Ayalew and Yunyi Jia on winning this year's Collaboration Award! The honor recognizes faculty who have demonstrated exemplary and synergistic collaboration in research and/or teaching. Well deserved!
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 6h
Congrats to Rajendra Bordia! He won the McQueen Quattlebaum Award. The honor recognizes accomplishments in the preceding year and distinctions over the past three years. Bordia is the George J. Bishop, III Endowed Chair in Ceramic and Materials Engineering.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 6h
Please help us congratulate Nicole Martinez for winning the Murray Stokely Award! The award recognizes excellence in teaching engineering at the undergrad or grad level. Martinez is an associate professor of environmental engineering and Earth Sciences.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 6h
We congratulate Fadi Abdeljawad on winning this year's Byars Prize! The prize recognizes excellence in teaching engineering fundamentals. Well deserved! Dr. Abdeljawad is an assistant professor of mechanical engineering.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 6h
Thank you for joining us for the Faculty Awards ceremony! Today we honor faculty who are contributing the university’s rich tradition of excellence in teaching and research. We'll be announcing the winners here with this hashtag:
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences 7h
"Thriving in Interesting Times" is a new series of virtual panel discussions with successful alumni who delve into how manufacturing is succeeding in a COVID-19 economy. Click the link to watch the video and learn how you can join the next discussion:
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 27
With $4 million in funding from the National Science Foundation, a new project proposes to build on the success of CA2VES. The courses created as part of CA2VES are distributed on . MORE:
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 26
Greg Mocko began serving Oct. 1 as the new director of Clemson’s advanced manufacturing track. He will play an important role in developing the programs and providing the resources that shape students into creative, career-ready professionals.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 26
Martin and Linda Lightsey are playing an important role in helping us create engineers, entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders of the future. Please help us thank them!
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 21
Please help us congratulate John Ballato, who was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society! Dr. Ballato is the the J. E. Sirrine Endowed Chair in Optical Fiber in Clemson’s Department of Materials Science and Engineering.
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 15
Join us tonight at 7 for a discussion with three industry panelists who have been leading teams that have successfully responded to the challenges of COVID-19 in manufacturing. Our panelists are: Ralph Hulseman, Shaun Malin and Tony Mathis. Join here:
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Upstate SC Alliance Oct 13
COVID-19 has created a dramatic change, & is among the fastest sectors to transform. Hear how from , & during 's Thriving in Interesting Times discussion on 10/15 from 7-8 PM EST:
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 13
Charlie Blackwell-Thompson and Vanessa Wyche are inspirational role models and outstanding ambassadors for ! These engineering graduates are working on America’s return to the moon, a step toward a mission to Mars. and
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Clemson Engineering, Computing & Applied Sciences Oct 12
We recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The NW area of SC that now includes Clemson was once the land of the Cherokee where the Lower Towns were located. In 1777, the Cherokee ceded over all their land in western SC except for a narrow western strip:
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Liza Corrine Oct 8
Congratulations Raymond Jones (CU '86) for winning the Rodney D. Chipp Memorial Award from the This prestigious honor goes to men and companies who make significant contributions to the advancement of women.
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