Clemson University

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Debates

  • Co-ed sports teams

    Schmalz, a professor at Clemson University and Deborah L. Kerstetter, a professor at Pennsylvania State University, "From an early age, children show signs of recognizing behavior and activities." Many of the kids on Co-ed teams use these as memories when they grow up, and immediately think that after a season of playing on a Co-ed team that is how it should always be.

  • The Implementation of Capital Punishment

    For example, Professors Hashem Dezhbakhsh of Emory University and Joanna Shepherd of Clemson University, after analysing the panel data covering the fifty states from 1960 to 2000, found out that the murder rate increases when the death penalty is abolished and decreases when it is reinstated [4]. Because everyone fears death, they will be more hesitated before committing a serious crime.In one of his research in 1975, Professor Isaac Ehrlich of the University of Buffalo estimated that each execution deterred about seven or eight homicides [2]. Layson of the University of North Carolina has reconfirmed Professor Ehrlich's results [3].There are also newer studies confirming the deterrence effect of death penalty.

Polls

  • Who will win the 2014 BCS Title Game?

    Clemson Tigers football The Clemson Tigers football team, known traditionally as the "Clemson University Fighting Tigers", represents Clemson University in the sport of American football. Clemson has had six members inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.With 18 total conference titles, Clemson is one of the founding members of the ACC and holds the most conference titles of any school at 14. Miami Hurricanes football The Miami Hurricanes football team represents the University of Miami in the sport of American football.

Forums

  • The Five Second Rule

    A study conducted at Clemson University in South Carolina tested the level of transferred salmonella onto fallen foods. This study was researched at Aston University"s School of Life and Health Sciences. Although people have long followed the 5 second rule, it is unclear whether it actually applied until studies were released from Aston University"s School of Life and Health Sciences.

  • A query to the Creationist/IDer crowd

    It would have to be truly <strong>staggering in size</strong>, having operatives in <strong>every</strong> country and <strong>every</strong> institution. After all, it would only take <strong>one</strong> unsupervised undergrad to sabotage the <strong>entire</strong> project. Sermonti, senior editor of Rivista di Biologia (Biology Forum), professor of genetics at University of Perugia, and former director of the Genetics Institute of the University of Palermo (Italy), see: Dopo Darwin: Critica all' Evoluzionismo (1980) 57.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    What are Clemson the University's school colors?
  • A:
    Orange and Purple are colors that symbolize the school.
  • Q:
    How many instructors teach at Clemson University?
  • A:
    In the year 2006, there were 1,178 faculty members who taught classes at Clemson University.
  • Q:
    How many students have attended Clemson University?
  • A:
    There were 17,309 people attending the school in the year 2006 and 13,734 people attending the school in the year 2002.
  • Q:
    Which fraternity and sorority organizations are represented at Clemson University?
  • A:
    The sorority and fraternity affiliations include Alpha Sigma Phi and Alpha Delta Pi.
  • Q:
    How many students are enrolled in a doctoral program at Clemson University?
  • A:
    There were 1,008 students pursuing their doctorate degree in 2006.
  • Q:
    What year was Clemson University established?
  • A:
    The school was founded in the year 1889.
  • Q:
    What is the total number of people who work at Clemson University?
  • A:
    There were 4,658 staff members in the year 2006.
  • Q:
    Who was the founder of Clemson University?
  • A:
    Thomas Green Clemson established the school.

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