Clemson University recognized by Council for Advancement and Support of Education
By Evan Lybrand
CLEMSON — Clemson University was honored with six awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III.
The College of Business and Behavioral Science advancement team received a Special Merit Award for Overall Advancement Services Operations. Staff members recognized were Missy Ryan, Kenna Sawdey, Kelly Cloyd, Meredith McTigue, Del Glasgow, Kathleen Nalley, Darlene Fuhst, Gail Reignier, Rachel Griffin, Bethany Grogan and Lindsay Buckles.
“Clemson’s 2020 Road Map: Launching a Strategic Plan” received an Award of Excellence in the category of Institutional Relations Projects. Team members include Cathy Sams, Robin Denny, Dave Dryden, Susan Schiff, Dale Cochran, Debbie Dunning, John Gouch, Margaret Pridgen, Carol Usher, Office of Public Affairs, Office of Creative Services, Office of Marketing Services and the Office of Media Relations.
The College of Business and Behavioral Science alumni magazine, “The EXCHANGE,” received a Special Merit Award in the Alumni Magazine category. Staff members awarded were Kathleen Nalley, Darlene Fuhst, Joshua Thomas, Jeremiah Bates and the college’s advancement team.
The video “Prime III: The World’s First All-accessible, Electronic Voting System” was named the Grand Award Winner for Slides and Multimedia Programs. Faculty and staff recognized were Wanda Johnson, Juan Gilbert, Tom Hallman, Andrea Johnson, Jessica Jones, Hanan Alnizami, Joshua Ekandem, Wanda Moses, Aqueasha Martin, Philip Hall, Amber Solomon, Christopher Thomas, France Jackson, Jerone Dunbar, the Office of Media Relations and School of Computing’s Human-Centered Computing Division.
A video on Clemson Engineers for Developing Countries and their work to help bring fresh water to people in Haiti received an Award for Excellence in the category of Slide and Multimedia Programs. Faculty, staff and students recognized were Wanda Johnson, Tom Hallman, Tripp West, Corey Cattano, Murray Fisher, Lansford Bell, David Vaughn, Keelan Greenwade, Michael Ladue, Jeff Plumblee, Bobby Wood, Alex Zanaboni, Jens Lund, Katie Wunder, Mette Kolind, Michael Nerbun, Nathan Schneider, Forrest Short, Matt Mcdaniel, Lucy Barksdale, Erika Houghtaling, David Lowe, Becca Clark, the Office of Media Relations, the department of civil engineering and the department of English.
A video on the “Bite Counter,” an innovative food intake measuring device designed to promote weight loss, received a Special Merit Award in Slides and Multimedia Programs. Faculty and staff recognized were Adam Hoover, Eric Muth, Kathleen Nalley, Peter Kent, Teresa Hopkins, Wanda Johnson, the Office of Media Relations, the department of psychology and the Holcombe Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
CASE is a volunteer organization with more than 3,500 members dedicated to the advancement of professionals in educational institutions. It was founded in 1974 and with its headquarters in Washington, D.C., with a focus on the fields of alumni relations, fundraising, communications, marketing and others. CASE District III covers the southeastern states.