Diversity in STEM fields is important because it better reflects that makeup of today's population, it keeps us relevant with our competitors and it allows us to innovate to meet the needs of a diverse society.
He arrived at Clemson as a student and never left. Having spent 13 years as Clemson's Men's Basketball communications director, this Tiger recently transitioned to the university's Student Affairs division and his hit the ground running as he tells the stories of students' successes, in and out of the classroom. He's finding that his experiences in Athletics help him tell those stories.
Born and raised in Norway, this Tiger taught at the University of Bergen and the IT University of Copenhagen before he moved to America. Today, he is not only a respected member of Clemson’s faculty — he represents them as the newly inducted president of the Faculty Senate. Meet Jan Holmevik. Title: Associate professor, English […]
Driving change Is there parking at Clemson? Yes. Are parking spots located right in front of your office or classroom? Probably not. As Clemson expands to provide learning and research opportunities on campus, parking will always be a consideration. This Tiger heads the effort to find innovative solutions to the complex issue of parking. Meet […]
Starting a new job is hard. A new location, new benefits and new processes can be absolutely overwhelming for new university employees. This Tiger, who recently celebrated her 30th year with Clemson, makes a new beginning a whole lot easier. This Tiger understands that a positive onboarding sets the tone for a positive work experience. […]
As a student, this Tiger was on track to become a CPA. That was until her involvement in Student Affairs led her in another direction. Today, she helps students understand themselves, their identities and cultures and use that information to learn about others. Meet Kendra Stewart-Tillman. Title: Director for diversity and inclusion, Harvey and Lucinda […]
This Tiger came to Clemson as a graduate student and never left because she loves the environment, teaching and seeing "that light go on" in her students. Learn how she accomplished her goal and made history in the process.
Tigertown Bound: Each year, Clemson attracts a more competitive and impressive freshman class, and this Tiger is able to be a part of the process. By recruiting and evaluating prospective students, she has a hand in shaping the future of Clemson.
When this Tiger, a hard core exercise enthusiast, developed a rare medical condition that left him very close to death, he called his family — his Clemson Family. And they came through.
This Tiger’s grandfather was pivotal in her decision to study and graduate with an engineering degree from Clemson. Today, she collaborates with architects, contractors and inspectors to ensure a seamless process from concept to construction to completion of the university’s Capital Projects. While her role typically involves building structures, her current project, the Dec. 3 […]
This Tiger, active in the U.S. Air Force, was adopted at 3 days old. He and his wife adopted their daughter to give her the same chance at happiness. Meet U.S. Air Force Maj. Brock Lusk.
Telling Clemson's story through social media. It sounds easy, but there's detailed planning behind the scenes.
With an IRS agent and an FBI financial analyst as parents, this Tiger learned the fine points of corporate finance at a young age. Today, he shares those lessons — as well as those he learned along the way — with his undergraduate and graduate students. Meet Brandon Lockhart.
This Tiger has been honored by the City of Charleston with “Ray Huff Day” and can be spotted on an episode of Bravo’s “Iconoclast” alongside Cameron Diaz and Cameron Sinclaire.
Shakin' the Southland: Growing up, this Tiger was told that he would never make a living from his music. Today, he does just that.