GIS Related Classes at Clemson

The Clemson Center for Geospatial Technologies supports the academic mission of Clemson University by empowering educational pursuits leveraging geospatial computing technologies and services. We support classes through hands-on activities and guest lectures. If you would like us to support your class please contact Elham Masoomkhah.

 

We can customize our guest lectures and hands-on workshops to fit your specific GIS needs. Our most popular sessions are focused on ArcGIS Online (Cloud GIS), Collector for ArcGIS (field data collection), ArcGIS Pro (2D and 3D visualization) and Business Analyst (extensive census data, ACS, consumer expenditure, market and tapestry segmentation at several scales, including block group level). 

GIS classes offered at Clemson 

SPRING 2018

 

Civil Engineering

CE 2550-- Geomatics: Spatial data collection methods, including surveying, digital photogrammetry and remote sensing, and global positioning systems. Methods and technologies used to manage, manipulate, and analyze spatial and associated attribute data, including geographic information systems. Preq or concurrent enrollment: ENGR 2100. Coreq: CE 2551.

Forestry and Natural Resources

FNR 4700-- GIS & SIS Applications Seminar: Multi-semester commitment to participate in forestry and natural resources research with a group of peers, mentored by a faculty member or advanced graduate student. Students learn to collect, analyze, evaluate, and present information. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Preq: Consent of instructor.

FOR 816-001--Remote Sensing and GIS in Natural Resources: This course focuses on advanced application of computer mapping, spatial analysis, modeling and natural resource inventory using remote sensing and geographical information systems (GIS).

Geology

GEOL 4210/6210-- GIS Applications in Geology: Introduction to geographic information systems with applications to current geological and hydrological problems. Topics include the use of global positioning systems, spatial analysis, and image analysis. Hands-on training with geographic information systems software and techniques is covered in lab. Preq: Junior standing. Coreq: GEOL 4211/6211.

Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

PRTM 3910-- Intro to GIS for PRTM: In-depth examination of developing trends in parks, recreation, and tourism that warrant timely study. May be repeated twice for a maximum of six credits, but only if different topics are covered. Students must have a 2.0 cumulative grade-point average to enroll in this course. Preq: Junior standing.

City and Regional Planning

CRP 8890-- Selected Topics in Advanced GIS: Topics emphasizing current literature and results of current research. May be repeated for credit. Preq: Consent of instructor.

 

FALL 2017

 

Biosystems Engineering

BE 3200--Principles and Practices of Geomatics: Basic surveying measurements and computations for engineering project control, mapping, and construction layout. Leveling, earthwork, area, and topographic measurements using levels, total stations and GPS. Application of Mapping via GIS. Preq: MATH 1060. Preq or concurrent enrollment: ENGR 2100. Coreq: BE 3201.

City and Regional Planning

CRP 8040-- Introduction to GIS for Planning and Policy: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the use of ESRI ArcGIS for spatial data management, analysis, and display. This course is primarily intended for students in local and regional planning and policy fields. Coreq: CRP 8041.

Civil Engineering

CE 2550-- Geomatics: Spatial data collection methods, including surveying, digital photogrammetry, and remote sensing, and global positioning systems. Methods and technologies used to manage, manipulate, and analyze spatial and associated attribute data, including geographic information systems. Preq or concurrent enrollment: ENGR 2100. Coreq: CE 2551.

Forestry

FOR 4340-- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources: Develops competence in geographic information systems (GIS) technology and its application to various spatial analysis problems in natural resources. Topics include data development and management, spatial analysis techniques, critical review of GIS applications, needs analysis and institutional context. GIS hardware and software, hands-on application. Credit may be received for only one of ENR 4340 or FOR 4340. May also be offered as ENR 4340. Coreq: FOR 4341.

FOR 8930-- Advanced Geospatial Analysis: Specialized topics not covered in other courses which explore current areas of research and management in forest and natural resources in a format of lecture, lab, or both. May be repeated for a maximum of eight credits, but only if different topics are covered.

FOR 6330/4330-- GPS Applications: Develops competence in global positioning system (GPS) technology, including theory, methods, and application to natural resources mapping. Topics include basic concepts of GPS; projection systems; types of data; mission planning; and data capture, correction, and export to geographical information systems (GIS). Preq: Senior standing. Coreq: FOR 6331.

Forestry and Natural Resources

FNR 4700-- GIS & SIS Applications: Multi-semester commitment to participate in forestry and natural resources research with a group of peers, mentored by a faculty member or advanced graduate student. Students learn to collect, analyze, evaluate, and present information. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Preq: Consent of instructor.

Public Administration

PADM 8420-- Geographic Information Systems for Public Administrators: This course is designed to provide the knowledge and understanding of GIS technology, application, and theory needed by those who administer GIS programs, interact with GIS programs, and integrate GIS programs into their organization, whether it be government, private, non-profit or other. Students must have the ability to function in a Windows PC environment.

Wildlife and Fish Biology

WFB 8610-- Spatial Ecology & Conservation: Current areas of aquaculture, fisheries and wildlife management and research. May be repeated for credit. Preq: Consent of instructor. Coreq: WFB 8611.

 

SPRING 2017

 

Civil Engineering

CE 2550-- Geomatics: Spatial data collection methods, including surveying, digital photogrammetry and remote sensing, and global positioning systems. Methods and technologies used to manage, manipulate, and analyze spatial and associated attribute data, including geographic information systems. Preq or concurrent enrollment: ENGR 2100. Coreq: CE 2551.

Forestry and Natural Resources

FNR 4700-- GIS & SIS Applications Seminar: Multi-semester commitment to participate in forestry and natural resources research with a group of peers, mentored by a faculty member or advanced graduate student. Students learn to collect, analyze, evaluate, and present information. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Preq: Consent of instructor.

FOR 816-001--Remote Sensing and GIS in Natural Resources: This course focuses on advanced application of computer mapping, spatial analysis, modeling and natural resource inventory using remote sensing and geographical information systems (GIS).

Forestry

FOR 4340/6340-- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources: Develops competence in geographic information systems (GIS) technology and its application to various spatial analysis problems in natural resources. Topics include data development and management, spatial analysis techniques, critical review of GIS applications, needs analysis and institutional context. GIS hardware and software, hands-on application. Credit may be received for only one of ENR 4340 or FOR 4340. May also be offered as ENR 4340. Coreq: FOR 4341/6341.

Geology

GEOL 4210/6210-- GIS Applications in Geology: Introduction to geographic information systems with applications to current geological and hydrological problems. Topics include the use of global positioning systems, spatial analysis, and image analysis. Hands-on training with geographic information systems software and techniques is covered in lab. Preq: Junior standing. Coreq: GEOL 4211/6211.

Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management

PRTM 3910-- Intro to GIS for PRTM: In-depth examination of developing trends in parks, recreation, and tourism that warrant timely study. May be repeated twice for a maximum of six credits, but only if different topics are covered. Students must have a 2.0 cumulative grade-point average to enroll in this course. Preq: Junior standing.

 

FALL 2016

 

Forestry

FOR 4340/ 6340-- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources: Develops competence in geographic information systems (GIS) technology and its application to various spatial analysis problems in natural resources. Topics include data development and management, spatial analysis techniques, critical review of GIS applications, needs analysis and institutional context. GIS hardware and software, hands-on application. Coreq: FOR 4341/6341.

FOR 4330/6330-- GPS Applications: Develops competence in global positioning system (GPS) technology, including theory, methods, and application to natural resources mapping. Topics include basic concepts of GPS; projection systems; types of data; mission planning; and data capture, correction, and export to geographical information systems (GIS). Preq: Senior standing. Coreq: FOR 4331/6331.

Public Health

HTLH 4850-- Introduction to GIS for Public Health: This class will provide an introduction to both geographic information science and the systems used to develop and answer questions unique to this discipline. Students will develop spatial literacy and craft the skills necessary to develop and implement projects using advanced spatial analysis. Coreq: FOR 4851

City and Regional Planning

CRP 8340-- Spatial Modeling Using GIS: This class introduces a set of concepts and tools that are used in the practice of city and regional planning. The course's focus is developing an operational understanding of Geodesign. Its intent is to provide an understanding of theories and methods for landscape planning and principal theoretical literature in spatial modeling and developing skills in GIS or computer use.

 

SUMMER 2016

 

Forestry

FOR 4340-- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources: Develops competence in geographic information systems (GIS) technology and its application to various spatial analysis problems in natural resources. Topics include data development and management, spatial analysis techniques, critical review of GIS applications, needs analysis and institutional context. GIS hardware and software, hands-on application.

 

SPRING 2016

 

Forestry

FOR 816-001-- Remote Sensing and GIS in Natural Resources: This course focuses on advanced application of computer mapping, spatial analysis, modeling and natural resource inventory using remote sensing and geographical information systems (GIS).

Forestry and Natural Resources

FNR 816-129-- GIS & SIS Applications: In this course, students work on soil inventory of private lands to create soil management plans using Web Soil Survey, GIS, Clemson Agricultural Service Laboratory analysis, and statistical software. Individual projects are developed by the students and faculty interaction and are not completed in group settings. 

Geology

GEOG 421-001-- GIS Applications in Geology: This course will provide an introduction to geographic information systems with applications to current geological and hydrological problems. It includes topics like the use of global positioning systems, spatial analysis, and image analysis and provide hands-on training with geographic information systems software and techniques is covered in lab.

Parks Recreation and Tourist Management

PRTM 3910-002-- Introduction to GIS for Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management: This course introduces the concepts and components of GIS as applied to Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management. In this introductory course, students will learn the fundamentals of GIS, including making maps, creating and editing geographic and tabular data, spatial modeling, geodatabase creation and management and use of cloud GIS technologies. 

Geography

GEOG 4010-001--Geographic Info Systems (GIS): This course utilizes a balance of lecture and hands-on computer lab exercises to introduce several different concepts and applications of GIS. In particular, the course centers on developing both a conceptual knowledge of basic mapping, visualization, and analysis, as well as a basic technical knowledge of ESRI ArcMap, the most popular commercial mapping software in the world.

Wildlife and Fish Biology

WFB 8610-005-- Landscape Ecology with GIS

 

FALL 2015

 

City and Regional Planning

CRP 8340-- Spatial Modeling with GIS: This class introduces a set of concepts and tools that are used in the practice of city and regional planning. The course's focus is developing an operational understanding of Geodesign. Its intent is to provide an understanding of theories and methods for landscape planning and principal theoretical literature in spatial modeling and developing skills in GIS or computer use.

Forestry

FOR 4340-- GIS for Natural Resources: This course allows students to learn through lecture, labs, reading (including course projects for graduate students) concepts and techniques for using geographic information systems (GIS) in landscape planning and management. This is an introductory-level course for both graduate and undergraduate students.

Public Health

HTLH 4000-- GIS for Public Health: This class will provide an introduction to both geographic information science and the systems used to develop and answer questions unique to this discipline. Students will develop spatial literacy and craft the skills necessary to develop and implement projects using advanced spatial analysis.

Classes supported by CCGT

Spring 2018


Forestry & Environment Conservation

FOR/ENR 4340/6340--GIS for Natural Resources: This course allows students to learn through lecture, labs, reading (including course projects for graduate students) concepts and techniques for using geographic information systems (GIS) in landscape planning and management. This is an introductory-level course for both graduate and undergraduate students.

City and Regional Planning

CRP 8890-- Selected Topic in Advanced GIS: Topics emphasizing current literature and results of current research. May be repeated for credit. Preq: Consent of instructor.

Landscape Architecture

LARC 4280/6280-- Computer-Aided Design: Introduces students to the use of computer technology in the landscape architectural design process. Covers the basics of computer applications used in the industry for conceptualizing, drafting, modeling, and graphic communications. Preq: Landscape Architecture major. Coreq: LARC 4281.

LARC 1520-- Basic Design II: Further investigations into design fundamentals through 2-D and 3-D application of basic systems and development of attitudes essential to the creative design process. Preq: LARC 1510.

Geography

GEOG 1030-- World Regional Geography: Systematic and descriptive survey of the major regions of the world, including their physical and cultural features. Provides a global context for courses in the social sciences and humanities.

Historic Preservation

HP 8920-- Special Topics in Historic Preservation: This seminar is dedicated to intensive exploration of timely topics in historic preservation. May be repeated for a maximum of six credits. Preq: HP 8080 or HSPV 8080; and enrollment in the MS in Historic Preservation program.

GIS Applocations in Geology 

GEOL 4210/6210-- GIS Applocations in Geology: Introduction to geographic information systems with applications to current geological and hydrological problems. Topics include the use of global positioning systems, spatial analysis, and image analysis. Hands-on training with geographic information systems software and techniques is covered in lab.

 

FALL 2017

 

City and Regional Planning

CRP 8080--Land Use and Comprehensive Planning: Overview of forces and trends affecting community growth and change, including historical, ecological, economic, demographic, cultural, and design-related. Introduction to the comprehensive planning process with a special focus on basic methods of land use planning, including land suitability analysis and strategies for formulating alternative land use plans.

CRP 8040-- Introduction to GIS for Planning and Policy: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the use of ESRI ArcGIS for spatial data management, analysis, and display. This course is primarily intended for students in local and regional planning and policy fields. Coreq: CRP 8041.

Environmental Engineering

GEOL 2750-- Field Methods: Introduction to geologic field methods, emphasizing traditional and emerging techniques. Students gain competency in using standard mapping tools, making appropriate measurements, mapping geologic formations found in the Piedmont and Blue Ridge, converting field data to digital format, making geologic maps, and presenting their data in accepted formats. Preq: GEOL 1010. Coreq: GEOL 2751.

Family and Community Development

FCS 8400-- Family and Community Studies: Covers selected topics in research design and data analysis with attention to community-based and field research, and research in international settings. Preq: Consent of instructor.

Forestry

FOR 4340-- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources: Develops competence in geographic information systems (GIS) technology and its application to various spatial analysis problems in natural resources. Topics include data development and management, spatial analysis techniques, critical review of GIS applications, needs analysis and institutional context. GIS hardware and software, hands-on application. Credit may be received for only one of ENR 4340 or FOR 4340. May also be offered as ENR 4340. Coreq: FOR 4341.

Geology

GEOL 2700-- Experiences in Sustainable Development: Water: Integrates cross-disciplinary perspectives on sustainability through active student participation in real-world development projects. Focuses on identifying and overcoming environmental, technical, social/organizational, and economic barriers to the sustainability of water resources. Emphasizes small-scale international water resources development.

History

HIST 8000-- Digital History: Training in historical research and writing. May be repeated for credit with consent of graduate program director.

Landscape Architecture

LARC 3510-- Regional Design and Ecology: Study and analysis of natural and cultural landscapes at the regional scale. Introduction of landscape ecology as an informant to design. Basic overview of geographic information systems. Regional and ecological issues are applied in a final site design. Also includes relevant reading, discussion, and writing. Preq: Senior standing. Coreq: LARC 3511.

MBA-Business Administration

MBA 8660-- Data, Storage, and Business Decisions: Focuses on realizing the business advantages and business potential of data assets, both operational and business intelligence, in supporting managerial decision-making.

Physics

PHYS 2450-- Physics of Global Climate Change: Descriptive study of the heating and cooling balance of the Earth's atmosphere and surface and feedback mechanisms that regulate our climate. Past and future temperature trends, atmospheric greenhouse gas inventories, and solar radiative forcing. Evaluation of claims and news about climate change, and their interaction with public opinion.

 

SPRING 2017


Geology
GEOL 4210/6210-- GIS Applications in Geology: Introduction to geographic information systems with applications to current geological and hydrological problems. Topics include the use of global positioning systems, spatial analysis, and image analysis. Hands-on training with geographic information systems software and techniques is covered in lab. Preq: Junior standing. Coreq: GEOL 4211/6211.GEOL

4090/6090-- Environmental and Exploration Geophysics: In this class, students develop an understanding of the principles and methods used to acquire, analyze, and interpret geophysical data. Emphasis on seismic/radar, gravimetric, and electromagnetic methods. Applications to hydrogeology, environmental engineering and science, soil science, contaminant transport and remediation, near surface geology, geotechnical problems, oil and gas exploration, and carbon sequestration. Includes Honors sections. Preq: Junior standing. Coreq: GEOL 4091.

GEOL 3750-- Bahamian Field Study: This class helps students develop an understanding of Bahamian geology, culture, and social structure (including the influences of historical context and natural environments). Students stay one week on Andros Island in the Bahamas, traveling by van and boat to various sites. 

Anthropology

ANTH4960-- Creative Inquiry: An Examination of Death in Pickens County

This course focuses on working with the Pickens County Coroner's Office to create a digital database of death investigation records in the county over the past several decades. Currently, records are only available in paper files. A digital database will allow students to examine detailed trends related to deaths in the county from both temporal and spatial perspectives.

Civil Engineering

CE 4990-01-- Story Map of Cange, Haiti ( CI for Clemson Engineers with Developing Countries)

The intent of this project is to create an interactive web story map journal for Cange, Haiti. This story map will showcase the history of Cange and how CEDC is helping improve the lives of residents in one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere. In order to create a story map students will be exposed to GIS technology and practices.

Geography

GEOG 1030-- World Regional Geography: This class offers an overview of the world today, as seen from the geographic unit of the region. It aims to introduce the student to selected topics in each world region that might pique future interest and coursework while highlighting the ways in which local and regional issues are also part of the global fabric.

GEOG 3990-001: Creative Inquiry: A Clemson Creative Inquiry Class, named Seven Wonders of Clemson, will be working with our GIS team to create a visually appealing presentation based around the history and geography of Clemson University’s campus. 

History

HIST 4150-001-- Introduction to Digital Methods for History: This course introduces students to the philosophy and practice of digital methods for historical research and communication. It includes the use of new media by public historians to enhance their archival/museum/center's visibility with the general public. 

English

ENG 1030-- Advanced Composition: This course provides training in composing correct and effective expository and argumentative essays, including writing documented essays. 

 

FALL 2016

 

Forestry

FOR 4340/ 6340-- Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resources: - Develops competence in geographic information systems (GIS) technology and its application to various spatial analysis problems in natural resources. Topics include data development and management, spatial analysis techniques, critical review of GIS applications, needs analysis and institutional context. GIS hardware and software, hands-on application. Coreq: FOR 4341/6341.

Geography

GEOG 1010-- Introduction to Geography: The purpose of this course is to introduce the fundamental concepts which form the core of human geography. Throughout the course emphasis will be placed on the interdependence of places and processes throughout the world.

GEOG 1060-- Geography of the Physical Environment :This course examines the condition of the physical environment and the ways that human beings understand how the environment is changing both naturally and due to human influences. Course topics range from but are not limited to atmospheric circulation, weather and climate, soils, biomes, landforms and processes.

Geology

GEOL 2700--Experiences in Sustainable Development: Water- Integrates cross-disciplinary perspectives on sustainability through active student participation in real-world development projects. Focuses on identifying and overcoming environmental, technical, social/organizational, and economic barriers to the sustainability of water resources. Emphasizes small-scale international water resources development.

GEOG 4110-- Exploring Sustainability: Creative Enquiry

Public Health

HTLH 4850-- Introduction to GIS for Public Health: This class will provide an introduction to both geographic information science and the systems used to develop and answer questions unique to this discipline. Students will develop spatial literacy and craft the skills necessary to develop and implement projects using advanced spatial analysis. Coreq: FOR 4851

Youth, Families and Community Studies

FCS 8300-- Community Development: This course will provide an in-depth review and discussion of community development principles and practices.

HEHD 3990-001--Building Healthy Communities in the Dominican Republic : The purpose of this creative inquiry and study abroad is to expand students’ knowledge on the various determinants of communities’ health and well-being; by examining the socio-cultural context in human development and family life in Latin-America and the Caribbean (LAC), with the purpose of recommending appropriate courses of action for improvement; under the healthy communities’ and socio-ecological frameworks.

Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

EES 490-013-- CI-EvalWaterQual & Kidney Cor

Civil Engineering

CE 4990-01-- Story Map of Cange, Haiti ( CI for Clemson Engineers with Developing Countries)

The intent of this project is to create an interactive web story map journal for Cange, Haiti. This story map will showcase the history of Cange and how CEDC is helping improve the lives of residents in one of the poorest countries in the western hemisphere. In order to create a story map students will be exposed to GIS technology and practices.

Anthropology

ANTH4960-- Creative Inquiry: An Examination of Death in Pickens County

This course focuses on working with the Pickens County Coroner's Office to create a digital database of death investigation records in the county over the past several decades. Currently, records are only available in paper files. A digital database will allow students to examine detailed trends related to deaths in the county from both temporal and spatial perspectives.

 

SPRING 2016

 

Geography

GEOG 3990-001-- Creative Inquiry: Bringing Others Clemson to Light

A Clemson Creative Inquiry Class, named "Bringing Others Clemson to Light", will be working with our GIS team to create a visually appealing presentation based around the history and geography of Clemson University’s campus. The special focus for this semester will be to refine the Story Map of the “natural wonders” of the campus in preparation for presentation at the Landscape, Space and Place Conference at Indiana University March 3-5.

GEOG 4010-001-- Geographic Info Systems (GIS): This course utilizes a balance of lecture and hands-on computer lab exercises to introduce several different concepts and applications of GIS. In particular, the course centers on developing both a conceptual knowledge of basic mapping, visualization, and analysis, as well as a basic technical knowledge of ESRI ArcMap, the most popular commercial mapping software in the world.

Youth, Families and Community Studies

HEHD 3990-001-- Building Healthy Communities in the Dominican Republic : The purpose of this creative inquiry and study abroad is to expand students’ knowledge on the various determinants of communities’ health and well-being; by examining the socio-cultural context in human development and family life in Latin-America and the Caribbean (LAC), with the purpose of recommending appropriate courses of action for improvement; under the healthy communities’ and socio-ecological frameworks.

Geology

GEOL 8030-001-- Geostatistics: The purpose of this course is to assist students in developing a philosophy for the analysis environmental data. To this end, we will investigate different techniques that can be applied to the analysis of a broad spectrum of measurements and data types.

History

HIST 4150-001-- Introduction to Digital Methods for History: This course introduces students to the philosophy and practice of digital methods for historical research and communication. It includes the use of new media by public historians to enhance their archival/museum/center's visibility with the general public. 

Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

EES 490-013-- CI-EvalWaterQual & Kidney Cor: Studies or laboratory investigations on special topics in the environmental engineering and science field. Arranged on a project basis with a maximum of individual student effort and a minimum of staff guidance. May be repeated for a maximum of three credits. Includes Honors sections. Preq: Consent of instructor.

 

FALL 2015

 

Public Health

HTLH 4000-- GIS for Public Health: This class will provide an introduction to both geographic information science and the systems used to develop and answer questions unique to this discipline. Students will develop spatial literacy and craft the skills necessary to develop and implement projects using advanced spatial analysis.

Youth, Families and Community Studies

FCS 8300-- Community Development: Principles and Practicesyouth and families are supported, and individual and family developments are enhanced and protected. This course will provide an in-depth review and discussion of community development principles and practices. 

HEHD 3990-001-- Building Healthy Communities in the Dominican Republic : The purpose of this creative inquiry and study abroad is to expand students’ knowledge on the various determinants of communities’ health and well-being; by examining the socio-cultural context in human development and family life in Latin-America and the Caribbean (LAC), with the purpose of recommending appropriate courses of action for improvement; under the healthy communities’ and socio-ecological frameworks.

Geology

GEOL 2700-- Experiences in Sustainable Development: Water: Water- Integrates cross-disciplinary perspectives on sustainability through active student participation in real-world development projects. Focuses on identifying and overcoming environmental, technical, social/organizational, and economic barriers to the sustainability of water resources. Emphasizes small-scale international water resources development.

GEOL 2750-- Geological Field Techniques: This class helps recapture the lost art of geologic mapping to prepare students for the variety of activities that are expected of professional geologists. This course gives the students the opportunity to foster the skills and confidence necessary to become competent, working professionals in the office and out in the field.

Geography

GEOG 1030-- World Regional Geography: This class offers an overview of the world today, as seen from the geographic unit of the region. It aims to introduce the student to selected topics in each world region that might pique future interest and coursework while highlighting the ways in which local and regional issues are also part of the global fabric.

GEOG 3990-001-- Creative Inquiry: A Clemson Creative Inquiry Class, named Seven Wonders of Clemson, will be working with our GIS team to create a visually appealing presentation based on the history and geography of Clemson University’s campus.  

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