South Carolina lawmakers stressed to a gathering of water experts Thursday the importance of continuing to develop better understanding of the state’s water resources to meet the demands of a growing population and manage the impact of increasingly frequent extreme weather events.
Aiming to sustain the guidance and vision necessary to fulfill its mission, Clemson Cooperative Extension has created a new professional development opportunity for personnel dedicated to doing just that. The Extension Emerging Leadership Initiative seeks to provide opportunities for personal growth and career development, enhance leaders’ roles at a higher level of excellence, bolster cohesion and team building among leaders, promote and practice interpersonal skills, and provide tools and skills to enhance leadership.
CLEMSON — Parking and Transportation Services has partnered with the mobile innovation team from Clemson Computing and Information Technology (CCIT) to introduce push notifications for main campus updates in real time through the my.Clemson app. The first phase will be available only to iOS operating system users, which comprises 88 percent of Clemson’s campus population. […]
Within athletic venues, it’s one of the nation’s oldest and most intense rivalries. And now, students, faculty and staff from both Clemson University and the University of South Carolina will have their chance to take part in the competition. The two schools have agreed to hold a flu shot competition this fall. Students can receive […]
Editor’s note: This is the latest installment in our series of “Student Affairs Talk” podcasts. In it, Communications Director for Student Affairs Philip Sikes visits with various leaders from the staff and student communities. This week’s featured guest is Patricia Figueroa, assistant director for fitness and wellness within Campus Recreation. — Patricia Figueroa came to […]
CLEMSON — The Division of Student Affairs is hosting an inaugural campuswide Clemson University Leadership Conference in the Hendrix Student Center on Saturday, Nov. 10. Interested participants can register online for only $20, which includes conference materials and lunch. “This conference provides an opportunity for faculty, staff and students to come together to learn and grow […]
Ambassador Kristie A. Kenney, a Clemson alum who has represented the United States abroad as Ambassador three times and served in senior positions at the State Department and the White House, will visit Clemson University to share her expertise and insight on October 8-9. Students, faculty, staff and the general public are invited to hear […]
Clemson University will hold its third annual campuswide day of service on Saturday, Oct. 6. The event is a joint partnership between Student Involvement and Leadership, Fraternity and Sorority Life and University Housing and Dining.
Christopher Cox is ready to take Clemson University’s libraries to new frontiers. The new dean of libraries trekked to the Upstate from the plains of Iowa, where he spent the last five years shepherding the libraries at the University of Northern Iowa to new heights.
Clemson University’s Matthew Kirk and Lauren Winkelman-Smith made the list of Greenville Business Magazine’s 2018 "Best & Brightest under 35."
I am excited to welcome all new and returning students, faculty, staff and visitors to Clemson as we begin the academic year. I assure you the Clemson University Police Department (CUPD) is firmly committed to making your experience a safe and welcoming one in which you can confidently pursue your academic or professional endeavors. The […]
Clemson University has been honored for its efforts to create a comprehensive interpretive plan to more effectively preserve and share its unique history. The university was awarded a 2018 Historic Preservation Award, sponsored by Preservation South Carolina and the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
Jason Chavis never expected to work at a university, much less graduate from one. His road to Clemson was not easy. He grew up in Gig Harbor, Washington, and came from a divorced family. He hated school and had bad grades. Historically, education wasn’t a priority in his family. His father got his GED after […]
Editor’s note: This is the latest installment in our series of “Student Affairs Talk” podcasts. In it, Communications Director for Student Affairs Philip Sikes visits with various leaders from the staff and student communities. This week’s featured guest is Kryssa Cooper, who handles sponsorship coordination within the Division of Student Affairs. — Kryssa Cooper joined […]
Leslie Hossfeld began her role as dean of the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences July 1, and she has wasted no time to hear from faculty and staff of the college as it prepares to enter a new academic year. She transitions to this role from Mississippi State University, where she served as […]