SEMA and Clemson University Project Vehicle Program Prepares Students for Their Futures

In an effort to immerse students in a setting that
resembles the daily business of their future working environment, the
Deep Orange project vehicle prototype program at Clemson University's International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) pioneers education, research and
industry collaboration within the automotive
engineering graduate degree program.

A Conversation With the SEMA Chairman and the PWA President-Elect

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