Final approval has been given by the State Fiscal Accountability Authority for construction of a new $87 million home for Clemson University’s College of Business.
A multimedia journalism organization and an all-inclusive mobile travel app claimed first prize at Wofford College’s first Terrier StartUP Challenge on Thursday, April 20.
The Children’s Museum of the Upstate is looking at a two-story, 6,000-square-foot building at 130 Magnolia St. in downtown Spartanburg for a museum geared for children ages 5 and under.
Simona Onori has earned a $500,000 CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to advance her exploration of engine control strategies to reduce fine particle emissions from GDI vehicles.
The program helps participants not only identify different leadership styles but also understand and develop their own leadership qualities.
Wofford College announced Monday it will host its Terrier StartUP Challenge from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 20, in The Galleria at the Michael S. Brown Village Center on Evins Street in Spartanburg.
Anderson University announced Friday it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2017-2018.
Clemson University announced Robert Pruka as the Kulwicki Endowed Chair in Motorsports. He will help students develop a Rallycross car for Deep Orange 9.
Sapna Sarupria, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering at Clemson, has been awarded a CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation worth $503,773 to study the freezing process.
Laine Mears, BMW SmartState chair in automotive manufacturing at Clemson University, has been named a fellow by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
The agreement aims to build on the strategic expansion of Clemson athletics’ multimedia and corporate sponsorship, and includes expanded inventory, new digital offerings and social media opportunities.
Project Lead the Way (PLTW), an Indiana-based non-profit formed in 2002 to expand STEM education opportunities for K-12 students across the country, will begin offering the BMW grant-funded programs this fall at John E. Ewing, Gaffney, Blacksburg, and Granard middle schools.
Clemson University and several companies in the Upstate will play a prominent role in a new national initiative that aims to bring advanced robotics and training to manufacturing and generate 510,000 manufacturing jobs across the country by 2025.
A new program housed at Greenville Technical College's Center for Manufacturing Innovation will allow Clemson engineering and Greenville Tech students to collaborate on cutting edge technologies for automotive manufacturing
Prominent South Carolina universities will offer courses that give students from multiple disciplines an opportunity to make the tire manufacturing industry more sustainable.