This Tiger came to Clemson as a student in 2006 and returned as a staff member. Giving her students the help, support and direction that she received, she loves to watch them grow and develop, just as she did.
Westminster, South Carolina, is nestled in the Blue Ridge foothills only 15 miles from Clemson, but for Brooklyn Garrett that distance once seemed insurmountable. In May, she graduates from Clemson University after completing a double major in women’s leadership and philosophy with an emphasis in law, liberty, and justice. Last summer, Garrett landed a prized […]
The College of Business puts a strong emphasis on service as part of its learning experience, and nowhere is it better displayed than by Business 1010 students. The introductory class required of all business majors, includes a four-hour commitment to community service from each student. In an average school year, that amounts to an infusion […]
It’s exam week! No one knows that more than this Tiger, who spends his time coaching students and educators on teaching, studying and learning strategies. This Clemson newbie, self-professed foodie and sci-fi lover is the first in his family to earn a doctorate. Meet Brandon Jones. Years at Clemson: Six months What I do at […]
Kristin Goodenow, nursing academic advisor and director of the academic advising center for the division of collaborative academic services for the Clemson University College of Heath, Education and Human Development and the Eugene T. Moore School of Education, recently won the Class of 1956 Award of Staff Excellence. Sue Whorton, director of the Clemson University […]
Growing up in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, Christine Flannery ’16 never imagined that she would be attending a college as far south as Clemson University. By the middle of her freshman year at a small liberal arts college in upstate New York, Flannery was longing to attend a top-ranked school with a strong academic reputation, well-recognized […]
Sue Whorton, a Clemson University alumna with more than 25 years' experience in higher education, has been named the director of Clemson's Class of 1956 Academic Success Center (ASC) and Dr. Ted G. Westmoreland Academic Success Program. She will begin her new position July 1.
Clemson University’s Class of 1956 Academic Success Center has been awarded first place in the National College Learning Center Association and the Learning Support Centers in Higher Education’s 2013 Website Excellence Awards competition.
Clemson students have a lot to be thankful for: a winning football team, a friendly student body, hard-working and caring professors, orange and purple sunsets … the list goes on. As Thanksgiving Day approaches, we are reminded of why we are lucky to be at Clemson. So we polled our fellow Tigers and asked what they are thankful for here at Clemson.
Beginning your college career can be as daunting as it is exciting. Like some Clemson students, Jenn England has faced some challenges — both physically and academically — during her college career.
Dan Pattillo ’80 has seen tough business times. But typical of his problem-solving attitude, Pattillo sees that the recent exodus of people from the real estate and construction fields creates an opportunity for Clemson students to step into that leadership vacuum.