Clemson University

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    Clemson University is an education institution offering graduate and undergraduate programs. It offers programs in fields such as accountancy and legal studies, aerospace studies, agricultural and applied economics, animal and veterinary science, architecture, art, biological sciences, bioengineering, business administration, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, computer science, cooperative education, counseling, e-commerce, finance, forest resources, geological sciences, history, and etc.

    TypePrivate
    Founded1889
    HQClemson, SC, US
    Websiteclemson.edu
    Employee Ratings4.4
    Overall CultureB+

    Latest Updates

    Employees (est.) (Jul 2021)9,283(-1%)
    Cybersecurity ratingDMore

    Key People/Management at Clemson University

    Lee A. Gill

    Lee A. Gill

    Chief Diversity Officer
    James P. Clements

    James P. Clements

    President
    Robert Jones

    Robert Jones

    Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
    George Smith

    George Smith

    Associate Vice President
    Neil Burton

    Neil Burton

    Executive Director
    Reed Watson

    Reed Watson

    Director
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    Clemson University Office Locations

    Clemson University has an office in Clemson
    Clemson, SC, US (HQ)
    Martin Hall, E, 209
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    Clemson University Financials and Metrics

    Summary Metrics

    Founding Date

    1889

    Clemson University Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    D

    69/100

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    Clemson University Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

    CSRHub ESG ratingPremium dataset

    50-59

    out of 100

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    Clemson University Online and Social Media Presence

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    Clemson University Company Culture

    • Overall Culture

      B+

      84/100

    • CEO Rating

      A+

      85/100

    • Compensation

      D

      55/100

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    Clemson University News and Updates

    Clemson University to Host Inaugural First Tee National Championship

    ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (Jan. 9, 2020) – First Tee announces the first-ever First Tee National Championship will be held June 21-26, 2020 at Clemson University. The event will bring together First Tee’s elite players for an opportunity to showcase how the program has helped build the strength of charact…

    AVX Fuels the Next Generation of Clemson University Vehicle Prototyping through Deep Orange

    State-of-the-art lab creates new educational opportunities, talent pipeline across S.C. State-of-the-art lab creates new educational opportunities, talent pipeline across S.C.

    A 20-year-old Clemson University fraternity brother died after falling off the roof of an off-campus house

    Thomas Heard Few, 20, was found dead early Sunday morning at a home near the Clemson University campus. The Kappa Alpha Order fraternity brother died after falling off the roof of the house. His death is under investigation due to his age and the possibility of alcohol being involved, police said.…

    Pickens County Habitat Partners With Clemson University

    CLEMSON, S.C., May 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Clemson Athletics, with the support of Student-Athlete Development, is in a partnership with Pickens County Habitat for Humanity (PCHFH) to build a much-needed home for a family of four in the Clemson area. Members from Clemson's 14 athletic...

    Clemson University Blogs

    Clemson’s Long named National Plant Board President

    Pendleton, S.C. – Steven Long, assistant director of Clemson University Regulatory Services who oversees the state Department of Plant Industry (DPI) and its invasive species programs, has been named president of the National Plant Board (NPB). As NPB president, Long […] The post Clemson’s Long name…

    Newest cohort of Roy Professors to focus on health care provider wellbeing, opioid addiction, microbial infections

    Three Clemson University professors will receive support for research on health care provider well-being, genetics contributing to opioid addiction, and the improvement of microbial infection treatments – thanks to support from the Dr. Wallace R. Roy Distinguished Professorship program. Emil […] The…

    Youth find ‘courage to lead’ at S.C. 4-H State Congress

    The theme of this year’s S.C. 4-H State Congress was “The Courage to Lead in a Jungle of the Unknown,” and many of the speakers at the event’s banquet and others in attendance had their own stories about learning to […] The post Youth find ‘courage to lead’ at S.C. 4-H State Congress appeared first …

    Clemson graduate program challenges common perceptions of youth

    Clemson's youth development leadership program was built for professionals that support students when they’re in out-of-school time settings like after-school programs, camps and faith-based organizations, as well as those in K-12 education, juvenile justice programs and youth sport coaching. The po…

    Deep Orange 12: Autonomy at 180mph

    In 2018, a small group of industry leaders, educators and economic developers gathered in Indianapolis to discuss a crazy idea: Putting on the first-ever head-to-head autonomous vehicle race, and run by students to boot. The post Deep Orange 12: Autonomy at 180mph appeared first on Clemson News.

    Computing researchers teach robots manners

    Robots can vacuum floors and move boxes around warehouses, but they have a few things to learn when it comes to manners, and Ioannis Karamouzas of Clemson University wants to teach them. Karamouzas, an assistant professor in the School of […] The post Computing researchers teach robots manners appea…
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    Clemson University Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Clemson University founded?

      Clemson University was founded in 1889.

    • Who are Clemson University key executives?

      Clemson University's key executives are Lee A. Gill, James P. Clements and Robert Jones.

    • How many employees does Clemson University have?

      Clemson University has 9,283 employees.

    • Who are Clemson University competitors?

      Competitors of Clemson University include Purdue University, Missouri State University and University of Phoenix.

    • Where is Clemson University headquarters?

      Clemson University headquarters is located at Martin Hall, E, 209, Clemson.

    • Where are Clemson University offices?

      Clemson University has an office in Clemson.

    • How many offices does Clemson University have?

      Clemson University has 1 office.