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Events

Monday, November 18

4-H Horse Project State Record Book Contest Deadline

This unique opportunity for 4-H members active in the Horse Project will culminate youth participation in their project horse’s health and management, horse...

Calhoun Drive Road Disruption

Calhoun Drive (Fort Hill Street to Gant Circle,) near Brackett Hall, will be closed starting 8:00AM on Monday, November 11th and ending Friday, November 22nd...

Pickens/Oconee/Anderson (POA) Master Gardener Training Course

2020 OPEN REGISTRATION NOW AVAILABLE! This is a 16-week course in which regular attendance will be expected. The class will meet each Monday, January 27...

RHO TAU Service Drive Parking Space Closure

6-8 employee parking spaces on RHO TAU Service Drive will be closed starting at 7:00AM Monday, November 4th and ending March 31st, 2020 at 5:00PM. The...

SC 4-H Horse Project Kick Off Registration

This one day event focuses on everything the 4-H horse project has to offer. Workshops, hand-on lessons, project update. mock contests and more will be held...

SC 4-H Junior Weekend Registration Open

SC 4-H Junior Weekend is an overnight leadership conference for youth ages 9-13 years old at Camp Long in Aiken, SC held February 7-9, 2020. Youth enjoy fun...

SC 4-H Senior Teen Weekend

SC 4-H Senior Teen Weekend is an overnight leadership conference for youth ages 14-18 years old at Camp Bob Cooper in Summerton, SC held March 6-8, 2020....

Bruno Taut's Glashaus made by Clemson Architecture students under Dr. Ufuk Ersoy.

Featured in the Gunnin Architecture Library : model of Bruno Taut’s Glashaus made by Clemson Architecture students under Dr. Ufuk Ersoy. “In 1914, the young...

College of Business

The new College of Business construction work will be ongoing over the next 24 months. This new facility will be located directly across from Sikes Hall on...

The Subjective South Art Exhibit

On display–May 28, 2020 CVA–Greenville Gallery 5th Floor, ONE Building M-F, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. The Subjective South curated by Denise Wellbrock showcases...

BFA Senior Art Exhibit

Nov. 11–22 Acorn Gallery M–F, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Artist Talks & Reception: TH, Nov. 21, 5:30–7:30 p.m. The Bachelor of Fine Arts Senior Exhibit showcasing...

Familiarity of Form - MFA Thesis Art Exhibit

Nov. 18–Dec. 4 Lee Gallery M–F, 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Artist Talks & Reception: F, Nov. 22, 6–8 p.m. The works of Sara Mays and Annamarie Williams deal with the...

Leadership Roundup

Join us on January 25th, 2020 for the South Carolina 4-H Pinckney Leadership Roundup. The Round-up is an opportunity for youth leaders from diverse...

Garden Sprouts Fall 2019

Mondays, September – November Discover the wonders of the Botanical Garden with the guidance of Garden naturalist and educator Sue Watts. Garden Sprouts...

Study Abroad Financial Aid Information Presentation

This presentation is aimed at students considering studying abroad during their degree at any time and students that are committed to studying abroad in...

Trans Lunch and Learn: Healthcare

As a part of Trans Awareness Week, the Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Multicultural Center is hosting a lunch and learn series focused on transitioning. On Monday,...

Diversity in Higher Education: The Sikes Sit-In and Administration

An interactive live forum exploring the Sikes Sit-In from the persepective of Administrators. Presented by: Commision on the Black Expereince and the EDL...

Contested Grounds Drawings by Visual Arts Alumna Carly Drew

Sept. 9–Dec. 6 Brooks Center Lobby M–F, 1–5 p.m. Artist Talk & Reception: T, Nov. 12, 5:30–7 p.m. Carly Drew is a visual artist who uses drawing to examine...

Study Abroad 101

Attending a Study Abroad 101 is the first step in the study abroad process. The Study Abroad 101 will cover how to make studying abroad a reality for you!

Workshop: How To Write A White Paper

Distilling your research and its importance into a single page is no easy feat! Come discover our top tips to writing a tip-top white paper.

"John Proctor is the Villain" by Kimberly Belflower

What  do 17th-century Salem, Massachusetts, and a one-stoplight town in present-day Georgia have in common?  In  "John Proctor is the Villain" by Kimberly...

Monday, November 18