Events

Wednesday, March 29

4-H Grows Here!

Gerbera Daisy Sale Sponsored by: York County 4-H Orders will be taken: March 27- April 21, 2017 Mixture of colors Cost: $30 per flat of 18 plants (Make...

4-H Small Engine Repair for Youth

June 20-22, 2017, Each student will familiarize themselves with how a 4-stroke engine works by taking apart and putitng back together a Briggs & Stratton...

4-H Woodworking with Nature

July 11-13, 2017 Learn how to build 3 different woodworking projects that directly relate to and promote our naural surroundings. Everyone will...

CEPSCI Recertification - Columbia

Website: http://www.clemson.edu/public/cepsci/index.html Registration:...

Jordan Hall Roof Construction Disruption

Jordan Hall roof work will begin January 9th and end May 17th. AAR of North Carolina will be replacing the roof of Jordan Hall. 3 Contractor vehicles will...

Laurens County 4-H Bucket Calf Project Registration

There are several reasons for raising calves without their mother. Occasionally, a cow dies giving birth or doesn’t produce enough milk to support a growing...

Laurens County 4-H Spring Break Fun Camp Registration

April 3-7, 2017 Ages 5-14 years old $50 per child (Youth need to bring a packed lunch) Youth are invited to enjoy all the aspects of what 4-H has to...

Laurens County BBQ Poultry Cook-off Clinic and Contest Registration

Open to all youth (4-H members and non-members) ages 9 to 18 years old. Age division for the contest include: Cloverleaf - must have turned 9 to 10 years...

Laurens-Greenwood 4-H2O Camp Registration

June 6-9, 2017 9:00 am – 3:00 PM each Day Lake Greenwood State Park, Shelter 1 Kids Ages 8-13 (Must Be Able to Swim) $75 for 4-H Members and $85 for...

Literary Festival Book Display

Clemson’s Department of English is hosting its 10th Annual Literary Festival Wednesday, March 29th through Friday, March 31st. Selected works from the...

Master Pond Manager - Spring 2017

The next offering of the Master Pond Manager course will begin March 22, 2017. This Clemson Extension-sponsored program provides management strategies to...

National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) Review

The Lee Gallery will be closed Mar. 16–Apr. 17 for the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) Review. NAAB accreditation is the primary means by...

State 4-H Horsemanship Camp Registration

The purpose of 4-H Horsemanship Camp is to provide youth age 9-18 years old an opportunity to learn and better techniques of horsemanship while enjoying the...

The Immigrant Experience Book Display

Cooper’s March display features fictional works that center on the immigrant experience. An emphasis has been placed on immigration to the United States...

World War I and the Clemson Community

This exhibit looks back 100 years to Clemson’s response to the United States’ April 1917 entry into The Great War that had been entrenched in Europe for...

Nashville, Chattanooga, Atlanta Spring 2017 Tour

Development tours in Nashville and Chattanooga, TN and Atlanta, GA for the 18- and 12-month MRED students. Travel dates: March 29-31, 2017.

4-H Gerber Daisy Fundraiser

Gerber Daisy Sale -Mixture of Color -18 plants per flat Order form: http://www.clemson.edu/extension/marion/files/gerberdaisy17.pdf

Botanical Garden Entrance Closure

Due to a construction project the Botanical Garden "Garden Trail Road" entrance will be closed starting Monday August 1, 2016 and lasting until April...

Foundations I - Department of Art Student Exhibit

Feb. 1–Apr. 17 M-F., 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. CAAH Dean's Gallery 101 Strode Tower Artists' Reception Feb. 7, 3:30–4:30 p.m. CAAH Dean's Gallery The...

The Founding of Clemson University: A Confluence of People, Ideas, Time and Place

This exhibit looks at the people, ideas, events and place which came together to create a land grant college in the upstate of South Carolina in the late...

Garden Sprouts

Preschool children and their caregivers discover the wonders of the Botanical Garden with the guidance of Garden naturalist and educator Sue Watts. Garden...

Lunch and Learn: Goal Setting

Understanding goals and tasks is one of the key elements of quality time management and life planning. Using the goal development process and time management...

School of Computing Seminar with Ge Gao, Cornell University

"After the Tower of Babel: Understanding and Designing for Communication Across Languages" presented by Ge Gao, Cornell University ...

Gathering Lines: Drawings by Kathleen Thum

Jan. 9–Apr. 27 M-F, 1–5 p.m. Brooks Center Lobby Showcase Artist Talk and Reception Feb. 9, 6–8 p.m. Brooks Center Lobby Showcase Kathleen Thum's...

Homeschool Days, Kindergarten and up

Join us each month, for an exciting, hands-on learning experience! Themes change each class, and activities are designed for kindergarten through 4th grade...

Credit 101

PNC BANK OFFERS A FREE MONEY MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP CALLED CREDIT 101É To help students understand the importance of keeping your finances in balance while at...

Brexit and the Age of Trump

A talk followed by Q&A by Dr. Martin Farr, Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary British History, University of Newcastle (UK).

Hispanic Film Series: Diarios de motocicleta

The Department of Languages presents a screening of "Diarios de motocicleta" ("The Motorcycle Diaries"), a 2004 Oscar-winning dramatization of Che Guevara's...

Literary Trivia with The Chronicle Magazine

Kicking off the 10th Anniversary of the Clemson Literary Festival, we are excited to present a fun night of Literary Trivia co-sponsored by the Chronicle...

Alpha Omega Epsilon Trivia Night

For the third night of Ritual Week, Alpha Omega Epsilon will host trivia night for the sorority!

Poetry Slam hosted by the Watering Hole

Continuing our opening night of literature for the 10th Annual Clemson Literary Festival is a Poetry Slam hosted by the Watering Hole, an online community...

Wednesday, March 29