When it comes to the worldwide effort to prevent bullying, a Clemson University staff member is in the center of the action. Jane Riese, participated in “Protecting Children from Bullying,” a side event of the United Nations (UN) General Assembly’s 70th session that brought together UN officials, bullying prevention experts and child advocates.
Call Me MISTER, the program that was founded at Clemson University to provide educational opportunities for minority education students and placing graduates in underserved educational districts, will celebrate its 15th anniversary Saturday.
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 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.
The abuse of physical restraint and seclusion procedures in schools is the focus of Clemson University’s latest Policy Matters webcast.
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.
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.
Brooke Hunnicutt Lance ’00 and Paul Parker ’89, M ’98 shook President Barack Obama’s hand, met White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director John Holdren, and discussed education policy with members of Congress and educational policymakers. The two were in Washington July 29-31 to receive the 2015 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics […]
The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs has granted continuing accreditation to clinical mental health counseling and school counseling Master of Education and Education Specialist programs in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education.
Rising high school seniors in Clemson’s Emerging Scholars Program are on campus this summer learning skills that will ready them for college. And when they take their first math classes, they’ll have the latest in calculator technology to help them along the way. Casio America has given a graphing calculator to each senior in the […]
Kathy Headley has been named senior associate dean of the Division of Collaborative Academic Services for the College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and the Eugene T. Moore School of Education at Clemson University.
Clemson education professor Jonda C. McNair has been selected co-editor of Language Arts, a professional journal for elementary and middle school teachers and teacher educators.
Sandy Addis has been named director of the National Dropout Prevention Center/Network at Clemson University.
The Clemson University Vanishing Firefly Project will host the first of two “Count the Light” nights Saturday at the South Carolina Botanical Garden to give the public the chance to count fireflies together and help researchers see if their numbers are declining.