Clemson Associate AD / Director of IPTAY Planned Giving Bert Henderson, 60, was found dead Tuesday morning, according to Pickens County Sheriff Rick Clark. An investigation by the coroner’s office has begun, and their office will provide any further information as it becomes available.
The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District III recognized the work of Clemson University staff members with awards for their outstanding achievements in media, design and communications in 2016 at its recent annual awards ceremony in Nashville.
Her father was the first African-American taxi driver in the Clemson area. Her mother worked as a maid. After watching her parents work long, hard, and exhausting hours, she knew that she wanted to do something more. Between her father’s 15-hour driving shifts and her mother’s strong work ethic, this Tiger learned the importance of […]
The Clemson University board of trustees Friday approved an extension of President James P. Clements’ contract through Feb. 2, 2022. The original contract for Clements, who became Clemson’s 15th president on Dec. 31, 2013, was set to expire at the end of 2018.
A first-generation college student, this Tiger didn't let obstacles deter her from earning her bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. In turn, she works to help students scale obstacles so that they can achieve the same success.
The Department of Defense recently announced the formation of the Advanced Robotics Manufacturing Institute, a project that brings together 123 industrial partners, 40 academic partners and 64 government and nonprofit partners. Clemson University experts will help develop the next-generation robots the institute envisions for businesses of all sizes by playing a leading role in training […]
Julio Hernandez has joined Clemson University’s Office of Inclusion and Equity staff as associate director of Hispanic outreach.
The legal profession’s loss is Clemson’s gain. This Tiger started as a high school student enrolled in a gifted and talented legal program. In college, she interned at the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights in Washington DC. After working as a legal internship coordinator at the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars, she found […]
P. Denise Godwin, deputy risk manager for Clemson University’s Office of Risk Management, was re-elected secretary of the the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Educational Association at its annual business meeting Dec. 14, 2016.
There would be no present without a past. There would be no Clemson Tigers, no “solid orange,” no academics, no graduates, no research and no buildings on the grounds of this university without Thomas Green Clemson and his wife Anna Calhoun Clemson. History is important because it defines our past, which, in turn, is tied […]
Clemson University students are learning from the best about how to correctly plant a tree and watch it grow. And a Clemson horticulturist has some expert advice to help homeowners plant their own trees. All in preparation for the Dec. 2 Arbor Day celebration in South Carolina.
Clemson University President James P. Clements today announced promotions for two senior university leaders to reflect their current responsibilities and in recognition of the recent growth in the scope of their roles.
Clemson University announced Monday an extension through June 30, 2022, of the contract for Director of Athletics Dan Radakovich. Radakovich has served in the role since December 2012 and has led the Tiger athletic department to high achievements both on the field and in the classroom while developing significant upgrades in finances and facilities.
Good data leads to good decisions. But reading data isn't always easy. This Tiger makes complex data easy to understand.
He is all about transitions. He joined the Army five days after he graduated from high school and transitioned from an infantry team leader to the rank of sergeant. He completed two year-long deployments to Iraq, earning a Bronze Star for Valor and a Purple Heart following an enemy attack on his platoon. He then transitioned back to a civilian life that was different than the one he'd left. It was difficult, but he grew from the experience and wanted to help others in their journey. Through his veterans' writing group (that he created), his work with student veterans and military-connected students, this staff member, who works as Clemson's assistant director for military and veteran engagement, helps students successfully make the transition from military to civilian life. While he describes himself as a "normal guy," he's anything but normal. He's a hero and he's a Tiger.