Michael Mikota’s motor scooter got plenty of use during his time as a graduate student at Clemson. It meant a great deal to him, and not only because it was his primary source of transportation during the four years it took to earn his Ph.D. The motor scooter was a daily reminder of what he […]
Clemson University hosts an institutional repository, TigerPrints, which makes the University’s scholarship openly available to anyone with an internet connection. One of the most popular collections in TigerPrints, with 1.36 million downloads, contains our theses and dissertations. While scholars around the world benefit from from these, the collection only dates back to about 2006. Clemson […]
U.S. News & World Report has ranked a Clemson University College of Education program first among online graduate education programs in the nation in 2018.
When Whitney Sewell thinks back on her time as an undergraduate student in Clemson’s School of Nursing, she remembers faculty stressing that its students should lead by example. During a 2010 bone marrow drive on campus, Sewell thought a great way to do this was to encourage other students to get a cheek swab alongside […]
CLEMSON, South Carolina – Bukola Saheed of the College of Science has been awarded a first place in Clemson University’s fourth annual Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium. Saheed won for a poster presentation on miniaturized electrochemical cells that have a variety of practical and economical applications. The Nigerian, who came to Clemson in the fall […]
Clemson University officials held two ceremonies Thursday to recognize achievements of the school’s graduates. Officials awarded degrees to approximately 1,250 students in Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, and 82 received doctoral degrees at Clemson’s first Doctoral Hooding Ceremony earlier that day in the Brooks Center on campus.
Clemson professor Pamela Havice has been named director of the Faculty Council for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA).
A growing number of advanced manufacturing companies in the Lowcountry want their professional employees to seek graduate degrees in engineering and science while they work, but the opportunity to pursue those degrees in the region has been limited.
An alumna and a professor from Clemson’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education were among those honored with national awards from the Literacy Research Association (LRA). Amy Hutchison, a 2009 Ph.D. graduate in curriculum and instruction, received the Early Career Achievement Award, and David Reinking, Eugene T. Moore Distinguished Professor of Teacher Education, received the […]
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Clemson will host a seminar on “iPhones, and Robots, and Trust: Oh My!” — featuring research presentations by Clemson graduate students who are exploring how aging affects older adults’ ability to use new technologies. The seminar will be held on Friday, Feb. 6, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 […]
An alumna and graduate student in the Counselor Education and Student Affairs program at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education received awards from the National Orientation Directors Association (NODA) for Orientation, Transition and Retention in Higher Education at its recent annual conference in Orlando. Alumna Rebecca Atkinson won a Leadership Award. A 2006 […]
Three alumni and a graduate student and of the Counselor Education and Student Affairs program at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education have received awards from the South Carolina College Personnel Association (SCCPA). The association recognized the winners at the recent 2014 South Carolina College Personnel Association Conference. Jeff Brown, a 2001 graduate, […]
Clemson University’s graduate architecture programs once again have been named among the nation’s best in an annual ranking of all accredited programs in the U.S.
Julie Desmangles, a doctoral student in Clemson University’s educational leadership program, has been accepted into the Southern Regional Education Board State Doctoral Scholars Program.
Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education has been awarded a $1.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education in an effort to increase the number of college faculty members focused on special education issues in high-needs schools.