66th Annual Clemson Brick Forum will be a virtual event
Out of concern for the health and safety of our members, sponsors of the Forum and our staff, we will not be holding the Clemson Brick Forum in the traditional capacity this year. We have been closely monitoring the situation with COVID-19, and after much consideration, we will not have the in-person conference for the first time in 66 years. We are currently working on an alternative virtual format to keep the educational mission of the Clemson Brick Forum alive.
More information about this hopefully one-time virtual format will be released as we finalize plans. We appreciate your patience as we develop these plans and wish you good health and hope that we can get back to normal in 2021.
Please send your questions or comments to Anne Jenkins.
The National Brick Research Center is an industrially funded organization providing research, education, and service to producers and users of clay bricks and other ceramic materials (tile, mortar, and ceramics). Entities join the Center by paying annual dues according to a schedule set by the Center’s Industrial Board of Directors. The Center seeks to augment the educational process of the University students and be an important contributor to the University’s mission in research and public service.
The National Brick Research Center will advance the technology of clay brick materials and products, augment the education of ceramic and materials engineering students, and educate and serve individuals in the brick industry with a resultant increase and improved use of structural clay building products.
The vision for The Center is to be a key component in the economic success of its members through its influence on the manufacturing and use of brick and other structural clay building products.