Featured Events

Spring Herbaceous Plant Identification

Spring Herbaceous Plant Identification 4/16 9:00am

In this field identification course you learn about the foliage and flowers of primarily herbaceous plants, although some shrubs will surely sneak in....

Hayden Conference Center  
Basic Botany

Basic Botany 2/17 9:00am

This class is closed, due to full registration. Contact Sue Watts for waiting list availability. Join Jeff Beacham, South Carolina Native Plant Society...

Hanson Nature Learning Center  
Elective Class: Introduction to Soils

Elective Class: Introduction to Soils 3/22 9:00am

This workshop with soils expert Dr. Dara Park, Clemson University, introduces participants to soil fundamentals. Topics covered are texture, structure, soil...

Hayden Conference Center  
Basic Horticulture

Basic Horticulture 4/23 9:00am

Discover why and how native plants have the potential to transform traditional horticultural practices with Natural Heritage Trail Manager, Matt Turnbull. ...

Hayden Conference Center  
Structural Pest Control Training

Structural Pest Control Training 2/26 8:00am

Pesticide Recertification Training Cat 7a: Structural Pests -Regulatory Update and Preparing for Inspection -Ants, New and Old -Bed Bugs, Stink Bugs,...

Horry County Extension Service, Conference Room A  
Administration & Supervision Information Session- Greenville County

Administration & Supervision Information... 2/16 5:30pm

The faculty from the Educational Leadership Program at Clemson would like to invite employees from the Greenville County school district to an informational...

University Center of Greenville, 208  
The RCID Research Forum

The RCID Research Forum 2/15 9:00am

Our 73rd guest speaker on research is Andrew Hurley. The title of his presentation is "The Penultimate Year, Reflections from a Traveling Salesman."

Class of 1941 Studio for Student Communication, Daniel Hall. In the back seminar room., Studio  
ENT/PES/PLPA Seminar Series

ENT/PES/PLPA Seminar Series 2/15 11:15am

"An inordinate fondness for rove beetles: how ants have shaped beetle diversity" presented by Dr. Joseph Parker, Columbia University/American Museum of...

Lehotsky Hall, G22  
Clemson Biological Sciences Annual Student Symposium (CBASS)

Clemson Biological Sciences Annual Student... 2/20 9:00am

Annual event showcasing biological science research conducted at Clemson University.

Watt Family Innovation Center  
ENT/PES/PLPA Seminar Series

ENT/PES/PLPA Seminar Series 2/22 11:15am

"IPM of vegetable and small fruit crops" presented by Dr. Powell Smith, Clemson University, Lexington County Extension Office.

Lehotsky Hall, G-22  
Margins (Humanities Conference) Panel #1

Margins (Humanities Conference) Panel #1 2/25 9:30am

Margins: Rhetoric and Place in the Digital Now is a humanities conference sponsored by Clemson University’s Department of English. This conference encourages...

Daniel Hall, Pearce Center for Professional Communication  
Margins (Graduate Conference)

Margins (Graduate Conference) 2/25 10:00am

Margins: Rhetoric and Place in the Digital Now Clemson University English Department February 25-26, 2016 Keynote Speaker: Dr. Sidney I. Dobrin,...

 
Margins (Humanities Conference) Panel #2

Margins (Humanities Conference) Panel #2 2/25 1:00pm

Margins: Rhetoric and Place in the Digital Now is a humanities conference sponsored by Clemson University’s Department of English. This conference encourages...

Daniel Hall, Pearce Center for Professional Communication  
A Hands Width: Photographs by Anderson Wrangle Exhibit

A Hands Width: Photographs by Anderson Wrangle... 2/12 8:00am

Anderson Wrangle’s photographs document his investigation of balanced and constructed objects around his outdoor studio, confronting the physical limitations...

CAAH Dean's Gallery  
Clemson Art: Alumni Prints Exhibit

Clemson Art: Alumni Prints Exhibit 2/12 1:00pm

Jan. 25–Apr. 15 // 1–5 p.m. Brooks Center Lobby Clemson Art: Alumni Prints is a collection of work culled from Sydney A. Cross’s collection of print...

Brooks Center for the Performing Arts, Lobby Area