Clemson University

Strom Thurmond Institute

230 Kappa St., Clemson, SC 29634, USA

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Strom Thurmond Domestic Water Outage

The Strom Thurmond Institute will experience a domestic hot and cold water outage Monday, March 2, starting at 6 a.m. and ending at 8 a.m. The outage is...

3/2 6am
Records Management 101: The Basics

Have you ever wondered, “How long do I need to keep my office records? Can I throw them away when I no longer need them?” This workshop will provide basic...

3/26 10am

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Kayla Elkin

Kayla Elkin left a positive review 10/13/2016

I'm not exactly a history scholar, but I could recognize how incredibly smart Sir David Cannadine is. Amazing!

Richard Boyles

Richard Boyles left a positive review 11/5/2015

Excellent take on how past cultures influenced local crop production and agricultural practices. Much of these unique crops have now been lost, but Dr. Shields provided good insight on how to revitalize.

Kelsey Zielinski

Kelsey Zielinski posted a photo 10/15/2015

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Mary Barr

Mary Barr left a positive review 3/27/2014

Excellent. Loved the fact that so many community members were in attendance!

Myrtede Alfred

Myrtede Alfred left a positive review 3/27/2014

Great speaker, great lecture! Doria was open and honest about the experience of her family in SC and she shed some light about some common misconceptions concerning lynching in the US. I only wish more students had attended.

Stacie Louis-Jacques

Stacie Louis-Jacques left a positive review 10/18/2013

It was refreshing to see the conservative perspective, as a person who does not belong to that particular political opinion, of how the government can effectively help with fixing global warming.

Derek Wilmott

Derek Wilmott left a positive review 10/7/2013

Dr. Talbot was fantastic! His presentation, which focused primarily on his trips to Laos, was insightful, informative, and exciting. His latest exploration in Laos would make for a very exciting book about adventure and the plight of poaching exotics in Southeast Asia. His advocacy for worldwide conservation is inspiring. I only wish that more students had attended this program and hope that Dr. Talbot would grace us with a future presentation, here at Clemson.

Derek Wilmott

Derek Wilmott left a positive review 9/11/2013

She was warm, friendly, and engaging.


CHARLES BAKER left a positive review 4/19/2013

Very informative and engaging. Well presented for the layman, me, and the sociology professional.

James Westbury

James Westbury left a positive review 11/28/2012

I found it very interesting. I've been puzzling all day how the Big Bang happened in slow motion.
It was much more than 'Meh' but I wouldn't go all the way to 'Great' with an exclamation mark if I had another choice.