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 […]
Greg Mullen has been named associate vice president for public safety and chief of police at Clemson University. He was appointed to fill this role on an interim basis in May and was appointed to this role on a permanent basis at the conclusion of a national search to fill the position.
Clemson University will confer approximately 1,000 degrees during the summer graduation ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Friday at Littlejohn Coliseum. Visitors should plan extra time for travel and note the new clear bag policy implemented for graduation.
If you're trying to build the bonds of community, where better to start than a garden? With advice from their local Clemson Extension Service agent, Presbyterian Fellowship of Fountain Inn sponsors a community garden that brings together people from every background to experience the healthy lifestyle of growing and consuming fresh vegetables.
Allison Monyei, most recently an associate ombudsman at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Tobacco Products, has been named the new staff ombudsman at Clemson University. She will start her new position on Wednesday, Aug. 1.
John Cooper is the new Director of Planning, Accreditation, and Analytics for the College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences. He will report to Denise Anderson, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, and Eric Muth, Associate Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, as he supports the college in managing its commitment to various campus assessment and […]
More than 300 Clemson employees are currently working toward graduate degrees using Clemson’s Employee Tuition Assistance Program (ETAP), and each year about 65 of them graduate with advanced degrees. Clemson University offers ETAP as a way to encourage professional growth, enhance employee performance and support employee career development. The program pays for up to 6 […]
Sarah Custer has been named emergency management director for Clemson University, filling the void left by Lynn Fisher, who retired in February. In her new role, Custer administers all activities related to emergency management for the university’s main campus.
Leaving no one behind. The road to success runs through the classroom. But many students and families from economically disadvantaged areas do not see higher education as an option. It is an option. This Tiger works to promote a path to higher education - particularly for students in South Carolina's poorly performing and underfunded K-12 school districts. Because when we inspire their success, we shape their future - and ours.
Christopher Ray will become permanent director of Clemson’s Edisto Research and Education Center in Blackville. He has served as interim director since March. Ray is replacing the retiring John Mueller, who directed the Edisto REC for 10 years.
Joe Galbraith, associate athletic director for athletic communications at Clemson University, is moving to a new role as associate vice president for Strategic Communications, University Relations Vice President Mark Land announced.
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Clemson University President James P. Clements announced Monday that Steven H. Crump has been named interim vice president and chief financial officer, effective immediately, as the university begins its search for a permanent successor for Executive Vice President Brett Dalton, who leaves the university June 30 to begin a new role at Baylor University.
Building something special This Tiger was attracted to Clemson because of its people — her colleagues, the president and his vision and students who were “ok with thinking big.” Her goal is to create a sense of community around the prevention of sexual assault and relationship abuse. Meet Megan Fallon. Title: Interpersonal violence prevention coordinator […]
Kimberly Poole is in her third year as associate dean of students in the Office of Advocacy and Success within the Division of Student Affairs. Prior to her time in this administrative position, Poole was a clinician for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for about a decade, serving as the coordinator of relationship and sexual […]