Denise Savidge, author and a doctoral student in the Clemson University Department of Educational and Organizational Leadership Development, has published a children’s book to help primary students learn the power of the number zero. The book, “Zero the Hero Saves the Day,” positions zero as an anthropomorphic superhero who aids numbers one through nine in […]
The Clemson University public health sciences department has teamed with local vendor Vidistar to introduce a cloud-based reviewing and reporting system that has significantly enhanced its Cardiovascular Imaging Leadership (CVT) program and changed the way it is delivered. This system gives students greater access to their imaging work and a more thorough grounding in the reporting aspect of imaging technology.
A partnership between Berea High School in Greenville, South Carolin,a and Preparatoria 19, a school in Guadalajara, Mexico, will send two students and one teacher from each school to visit the other for one week starting March 19. The Preparatoria 19 group will observe educational settings and engage in learning activities at Berea High School, […]
Dr. Edmond P. Bowers, assistant professor of youth development leadership at Clemson University, recently served on a conference panel that unveiled a new rating tool designed to help parents select media for children. The panel discussion, “Can Media Teach Character Strengths and Life Skills?,” took place at the SXSWedu® Conference on March 9 in Austin, […]
Busy schedules and a daunting commute will no longer be in the way of ambitious teachers looking to further their own education and by extension improve their students’ success. Clemson will transition its Master of Education in Teaching and Learning degree program to an online-only program in Fall 2016 that will significantly expand its reach. […]
The S.C. Senate Judiciary Committee has appointed a Clemson University professor to examine inequities confronting minorities in the state of South Carolina and implement programs to address theses issues.
After a successful start in late February, the Joseph F. Sullivan Center and Samaritan Health Clinic plan to offer more to patients at their next collaborative outreach clinic on March 29. The clinic’s primary focus is on providing health screenings and annual gynecological exams to female patients. The first joint clinic was held on Feb. […]
Before the end of the summer, Stacey D. Garrett will have traveled from coast to coast to participate in two highly competitive, national scholar programs. Garrett, a doctoral candidate in educational leadership at Clemson University, will present research, engage with other scholars and participate in dialogue on topics such as leadership, higher education and diversity. […]
Dr. Arelis Moore de Peralta, Clemson University research assistant professor in the Department of Youth, Family and Community Studies and assistant professor in the Department of Languages, will begin a joint tenure track appointment with both departments beginning July 1. Moore de Peralta has served as a research assistant professor with the Institute on Family […]
Carmen Nibigira, a Clemson doctoral student and tourism professional, recently accepted the first runner up United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) award for innovation in public policy and governance on behalf of the East Africa Tourism Platform (EATP). UNWTO recognized the EATP for its innovative multi-destination knowledge management tool at the 12th UNWTO Awards on […]
The Oxford University Press’ Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA) recently recognized a journal article co-written by Ronald Gimbel, Ph.D., chair and associate professor in the Clemson University Department of Public Health Sciences, as one of its top ten most-read articles of 2015. The article, “Electronic health records improve clinical note quality,” is […]
Tanya Weldon, a 2014 graduate of the Clemson University Master of Human Resource Development (MHRD) program, won the Human Resources Professional of the Year award from the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce. Weldon recently accepted the award at the annual Palmetto Vision Awards Gala. The Chamber uses the award to recognize an individual in the […]
Members of the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity will trade swimming trunks and beach sand for tool belts and South Carolina mud during their spring breaks this year. A group of 35 members of the fraternity from across the nation will spend the week of March 5 to 10 at the Clemson Outdoor Lab as part of the Ability Experience’s Ability Camp.
The Eugene T. Moore School of Education will host an engagement day on Friday, March 4 from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m at the Madren Center. The event will feature speakers representing Clemson University leadership, faculty and students, and sessions throughout the day are designed to encourage dialogue between these groups. The event will begin […]
Dr. James Paul (Jim) Gee will visit Clemson University March 31 to discuss education in the digital age. Gee’s talk is entitled “Teaching and Learning When the Past is Not Prologue and There May Be No Future,” and he believes that if academics and students continue on the current course for much longer there may […]