Clemson, Canadian students exchange campuses

By Denise Attaway

and Olivia Dunbro
Clemson University

CLEMSON — Two students from Clemson University’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences will spend the spring semester studying in another country as Killam Fellows.

Honors students Anna Scott and Savannah Petrone are enrolled in Clemson’s plant and environmental sciences program and have received Killam Fellowships to study in Canada. Scott of Lancaster will study at the University of Calgary, and Petrone of Lexington will study at Queens University.

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