Information technology visionary Russell Kaurloto will bring his vision, knowledge and more than 35 years of IT experience to Clemson University as its vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
Driven is how this Tiger describes herself. She leads the annual orientation program for more than 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students and believes that change is good and reinvention is better. She constantly thinks of way to improve orientation and transition programs – and isn’t afraid to transition herself. In fact, this Tiger is training for a marathon next year.
Leadership is in this Tiger’s blood. As early as high school, she refined her leadership and teamwork skills as captain of her high school track team. She made sure players were focused, had the right mindset and exhibited a superior level of effort. As a professional, she used what she learned in high school and college to develop those skills in Clemson athletes and now, as head of the President’s Leadership Institute, she seeks to identify, refine and nurture leadership skills in faculty and staff.
The roots of agriculture run deep in this Tiger. A Georgetown county native, he grew up in a farming family and knew by age 10, that his future would be in the ag field. He earned his bachelors and master’s degrees at Clemson and now he’s pursuing his Ph.D. His passion is to engage, inform and enhance the lives of South Carolinians.
Preparing future Tigers. It's perhaps this Tiger's busiest time of year as more than 600 middle and high school students come to Clemson's main campus this summer as part of the university's Summer Scholars program.
This Tiger knows the value of education. The first in her family to go to college, she now has three degrees and wants to help underserved students get excited about the college experience.
Having prospective students try to place themselves in the best possible light is nothing new for Robert Barkley, Clemson’s director of admissions
It’s a marriage of home and work for this longtime Tiger. He heads the Calhoun Honors College, housed in the beautiful new Core Campus. He and his wife, Sue, also live there as part of the Faculty-In-Residence program, which places faculty and students in the same residential space.
The new Faculty Senate president, educator and researcher balances the demands of each of her roles.
Target. Starbucks. Disney. They all have strong brands, which tell the story of the company. Companies and organizations with good brands evoke trust and loyalty. Those with bad brands…well, have you ever heard of any? Neither have we… This Tiger and his team develop, communicate and protect Clemson’s brand and ultimately, its story. Meet Dave […]
This Tiger has had a lot going on in the three short months that he’s been with Clemson. In addition to his everyday role working with students, faculty and staff, he is the co-chair of the inaugural Men of Color National Summit, which will be held this week. Meet Julio Hernandez. Title: Associate Director for Hispanic […]
This article by Elizabeth LaFleur of the Greenville News and the USA TODAY Network recently ran in greenvilleonline.com: ~~~~~ “There is no hyperbole here. This is going to be an extraordinary phenomenon.” It’s hard not to get excited about the Upstate’s position along the path of August’s impending solar eclipse when Jim Melvin talks about it. […]
This Tiger left his hometown of Cuidad Valles, Mexico as a teenager to study in Kingsville, Texas. What was supposed to be a semester abroad, turned into a longer stay. Now he helps smooth the path for international employees who want to call Clemson University home.
Servant leadership: This Tiger was the first in her family to graduate from high school. She has come so far since then and is about to transition into her new role as the Staff Senate president, eager and ready to represent Clemson’s staff.
This Tiger took a leap of faith in 2004 by coming to Tiger Town as a foreign exchange student from Japan. Little did she know, this decision would lead her to find her home away from home as part of the Clemson family.