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Hilliard family creates $1M professorship for sustainable environment Print E-mail

It seems fitting that a man honored by having a waterfall named for him would endow his alma mater with a professorship in environmental sustainability. In 2008, Hilliard Falls was named for R. Glenn Hilliard by the Foothills Trail Conference to honor its founder and first chairman. Today, Hilliard, a noted business leader, environmentalist, arts patron and education advocate, and his wife, Heather, have provided Clemson University with a $1 million endowment.



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