Clemson University’s recreational therapy program has received the Excellence in Education award from the American Therapeutic Recreation Association, one of the highest honors in the field.
Clemson University employees may now reserve an appointment time for a comprehensive physical exam at the Joseph F. Sullivan Center throughout October and November. The physical is $50, and only 50 slots are available. The physical includes a comprehensive health history, a physical exam including vision and hearing testing, urinalysis and hemoglobin, CU4Health labs, and […]
The Institute for Parks at Clemson University will recognize five individuals for their exemplary leadership in environmental issues at the George B. Hartzog Jr. Awards Luncheon at noon Monday at the Madren Conference Center on the Clemson campus.
As special events manager for the Disneyland Resort and the head of her own event management business, Clemson University alumna Karen Mohr Sunshine works to make events like the “Granddaddy of Them All” — the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl Game — run smoothly.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Clemson will offer seminars this fall featuring a story of life and gardening, a look at the local community of Liberia and a new art house cinema program.
The National Science Foundation's Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program has awarded Clemson University’s Master of Arts in Teaching in Middle Grades Education program $800,000 for scholarships to prepare and mentor middle school math and science teachers.
Clemson’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center is now offering flu vaccines to Clemson employees, family members and the general public. The flu vaccines are free for those covered by the State Health Plan. For all others, vaccines are $30. Cash and check are accepted. The flu vaccines will be available at the 2015 Employee Benefits Fair […]
Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education has been named one of the best value teaching programs in the U.S., according to Best Value Schools, a website that provides information about higher-education value, financial aid and return on investment.
The Toyota USA Foundation announced a three-year, $1.5 million grant for the National Dropout Prevention Network (NDPN) to support high school students interested in pursuing career-focused education in the midst of the country’s growing need for more skilled workers in the manufacturing industry.
Clemson University faculty, staff, students, alumni, community members and friends are invited to participate in the 2015 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge to prove that Clemson is the nation’s top outdoor school! Through the Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge, school communities and students work together to try and get the most people outside and active. Nearly 60 […]
The abuse of physical restraint and seclusion procedures in schools is the focus of Clemson University’s latest Policy Matters webcast.
Participants in the Joseph F. Sullivan Center’s CU4Health employee wellness program have the opportunity to participate in a CUFit comprehensive fitness assessment for free. Accompanied by Certified Recreation Therapists, students studying recreational therapy assess participants’ fitness and leisure activity during a one-hour session. During the session, students evaluate participants’ physical fitness level including upper body […]
Steven L. Paine, who served for six years as West Virginia’s 25th superintendent of schools, has joined the National Dropout Prevention Network (NDPN) board of directors.
Human trafficking in South Carolina may be more prevalent than previously thought, according to a study released by researchers at Clemson University.
AdvanceSC has awarded a $40,000 grant to Clemson University for a program to improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) literacy among Upstate students. The program is held in cooperation with Tri-County Technical College and the Anderson, Oconee and Pickens County school districts.