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Physicists treat K-12 teachers to the wonders of science and math
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15
Jun
2017
On June 7 in a lab in Clemson University’s Kinard Hall, approximately 30 K-12 teachers from Laurens County schools assembled makeshift telescopes out of meter sticks and magnifying glasses. Using a simple addition equation, they investigated how parallel rays of light pass through convex lenses to converge at a focal point.
 
South Carolina youth find opportunities in belonging to FFA
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14
Jun
2017
If there is one word that defines the FFA Organization, it is “opportunity.”
 
College of Science student receives prestigious Astronaut Scholar Award
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14
Jun
2017
CLEMSON, South Carolina – To keep America at the forefront of science and technology innovation, the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation has awarded more than $4 million to undergraduate students since its inception about 30 years ago. Caitlin Seluzicki, a rising senior majoring in microbiology, is the latest of more than 400 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) scholars to receive the honor. Seluzicki was presented the 2017 Astronaut Scholar Award for the 2017-2018 academic year because of her research under David Feliciano, an assistant professor of biological sciences in the College of Science. Feliciano and his students study how neural stem cells direct brain growth, research that contributes to the treatment of neurological disorders.
 
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