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  • Joseph F. Sullivan Center, Samaritan Health Clinic hold first collaborative program in Easley

    February 18, 2016

    The Joseph F. Sullivan Center and Samaritan Health Clinic will hold their first joint clinic Feb. 23 at the Samaritan Health Clinic in Easley. The clinic will provide health screenings and also assist female patients with annual gynecological exams.

  • She Loves Me

    School of education faculty and students work with Clemson Players on upcoming musical

    February 15, 2016

    There is no rule stating that faculty and students concerned with shaping young minds can’t also showcase their love of the performing arts. One assistant professor and two students from the Eugene T. Moore School of Education will do just that in the upcoming Clemson Players production of the musical “She Loves Me.” Drew Whitley, […]

  • Upstate Writing Project conference helps educators teach writing for student success

    February 11, 2016

    Clemson University’s Upstate Writing Project will host a College and Career Argument Writing Boot Camp to help middle and high school teachers prepare students for college and career-ready writing and reading. The conference will be held Friday, Feb. 19 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the University Center of Greenville. An official National Writing […]

  • Clemson professor wins social justice award for co-authored paper

    February 10, 2016

    The College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) recently awarded Clemson University associate professor S. Megan Che with the 2015 Kipchoge Neftali Kirkland Social Justice Award for her work on a paper dealing with slavery, math and psychic violence on students. CUFA uses the award to recognize an innovative social justice-related paper presented at its annual […]

  • EDGE Abroad program sends eight Clemson students to Europe

    February 9, 2016

    Eight Clemson University students, including two seniors in the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management program, are in the beginning stages of the eight-week EDGE study abroad program in Europe. The students arrived in London on Jan. 16 before heading to Leeds in the United Kingdom. Leeds acts as “home base” for the group, as the […]

  • Clemson professor addresses higher education faculty diversity in new book

    February 9, 2016

    Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education at Clemson University, addressed faculty diversity in higher education in a chapter of a recently released book on diversity, inclusion and positive organizational scholarship. The book, “Positive Organizing in a Global Society: Understanding and Engaging […]

  • Clemson professor chosen as faculty mentor for national research seminar

    February 8, 2016

    Hans Klar, assistant professor of educational leadership at Clemson University, was selected to serve as a faculty mentor for the David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Leadership and Policy. Klar will mentor doctoral students on educational leadership and policy. The seminar brings emerging educational administration and policy scholars and noted researchers […]

  • Fred Tugas

    Clemson student affairs graduate students win multiple awards at regional conference

    February 5, 2016

    Clemson University Student Affairs master’s degree students won numerous awards at the 66th annual Southern Association for College Student Affairs (SACSA) Conference, held in partnership with the South Carolina College Personnel Association (SCCPA). Clemson students finished in first and second place in the conference’s case study competition, where they competed against students from programs across […]

  • Clemson research team traveled to England to present research on bicycle tourism

    February 5, 2016

    Clemson University’s Bicycle Research Team presented three research projects involving bicycle tourism, planning and community development at the recent International Adventure Conference in Sheffield, England. Charles Chancellor, associate professor of parks, recreation and tourism management and director of the Bicycle Research Team, and doctoral students and team members Li-Hsin Chen and Scott Ogletree presented at […]

  • Clemson University Reading Recovery® and Early Literacy Center receives Innovation in Education Award

    February 4, 2016

    The Clemson University Reading Recovery and Early Literacy Training Center for South Carolina received InnoVision’s 2015 Innovation in Education Award. The InnoVision award recognized the Record of Reading app developed by C.C. Bates, the center’s director, and Clemson computer science Ph.D. graduate Sam Bryfczynski. InnoVision uses the Innovation in Education Award to recognize an organization […]

  • John Whitcomb

    Clemson professor receives distinguished award from Society of Critical Care Medicine

    February 4, 2016

    Clemson University School of Nursing professor John Whitcomb has received the Presidential Citation award from the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM). The award recognizes extraordinary contributions of time, energy and resources to SCCM during the previous year. Whitcomb is an associate professor at Clemson’s School of Nursing, where he also serves as undergraduate coordinator […]

  • Clemson alumna and professors win regional award for recreational therapy presentation

    February 3, 2016

    Clemson University recreational therapy faculty and one alumna have won the regional Ann James Award for their presentation at the recent Southeast Recreational Therapy Symposium in Savannah, Georgia. Clemson University faculty members Marieke Van Puymbroeck and Brent Hawkins collaborated with 2013 recreational therapy doctoral program graduate Brandi Crowe on the presentation, and the team will […]

  • Charles H. Houston Center hosts events addressing African-American educational issues

    February 3, 2016

    Clemson University’s Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education launched a biannual lecture series to encourage conversation and highlight research about issues affecting African-Americans across the educational continuum. Cherese Fine, program coordinator at the Charles H. Houston Center, and DeShawn Preston, a doctoral student and graduate research assistant at […]