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Four noted women scholars of color will share their experiences as faculty scholars to further conversation and inspire action among graduate students and others in support of social justice and equity in academia at an online panel discussion on Monday, October 26 at noon. Themes will include mentorship, scholarship, networking, and mental health/wellness. Visit bit.ly/CUSisterScholars1 to […]
CLEMSON – Astrophysicist Lea Marcotulli, whose research extends to the farthest reaches of the universe, will tell others about her discoveries when her previously recorded speech airs on the virtual TEDxGreenville 2020 conference on November 6. The TEDx Talk was originally scheduled to be given in-person on March 28, but the event was postponed because […]
Maira Patino’s life was changed by her first experience with outdoor recreation – a hiking trip to Colorado when she was 14 years old. “I went as part of a youth outreach program in a small suburb by Chicago right before my freshman year of high school and honestly didn’t know what hiking was until […]
The resumption of in-person instruction is set for Monday, Sept. 21. As students adjust to new routines and physical distancing measures that have been put in place throughout campus, the availability of study space is naturally one of the most pressing topics. Study space capacities have been altered because of the need to reduce density […]
Now more than ever, the world is relying on digital technologies to stay connected. While educational institutions race to implement online learning solutions, Clemson University’s MBA Program remains ahead of the curve in large part thanks to the efforts of Assistant Director of Operations, Jeremy Kröber. Jeremy has been with Clemson MBA since 2011. He […]
Behind the efforts of leaders within student government, Clemson University established a community pledge for the 2020-21 academic year. The voluntary pledge represents a commitment to uphold the University’s core values, build an inclusive community for all and adhere to health and safety directives to successfully navigate what will be a unique year. Ashlea Willis, […]
CLEMSON – Agricultural Education teachers are in high demand and Clemson University adds a new post baccalaureate certificate program that can help fill this need. The program is an add-on certificate in Agricultural Education that compliments most bachelor degree programs offered in the Clemson College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences. This certificate requires an additional […]
Three Fulbright students from three different countries have come to the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities to complete their graduate studies. All share a similar goal: They’re motivated by the desire to make a meaningful difference in the lives of others. Adi Vosawale Lesuma plans to return home to Fiji after graduation and take […]
In response to a request by the provost for a simple playbook for faculty to effectively design courses blending in-person and online teaching, the Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI) created the Instructional Playbook for Blended Learning. The playbook was constructed to include stand-alone appendices for ease of use and to offer insights into […]
Srikanth Pilla, Jenkins Endowed Professor of Automotive Engineering and founding director of the new Clemson Composites Center, has brought forward his industry-shifting innovations to improve the everyday lives of students, researchers and global industry.
When Timmy Samec hops on his bike in August to help raise money for MUSC’s Hollings Cancer Center and its LOWVELO Fellows program, the fourth-year Clemson doctoral student aims to ride a total of 1,700 miles. Why make such a commitment? Samec is already training to ride in Ironman triathlons and is a LOWVELO Fellow […]
When four South Carolina universities established a cooperative pathway to a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in education systems improvement science at Clemson University, they did so with the intention of seeing the program’s alumni quickly make positive, measurable impacts in education across the state. Fortunately, what they intended is already happening before the first cohort member has even graduated from the program. This kind of immediate productivity from students was inevitable when many of them are already working as administrators and leaders in the field of education. This particular brand of doctoral program hinges on institutions’ ability to make a program as applied as possible, so it should come as no surprise that they’re wasting no time putting lessons learned to use in their respective workplaces.
Leaders from Clemson University’s undergraduate and graduate student governments took part in a 90-minute virtual town hall on Wednesday, July 29. Jonathan Gundana (Clemson Undergraduate Student Government President), Hunter Bond (Clemson Undergraduate Senate President) and Kaitlyn Samons (Clemson Graduate Student Government President) were among 70 participants who heard from University leaders on a number of […]
For the seventh consecutive year, a Clemson University student has received the coveted Rossini Scholarship, which grants funds to a student and their school for winning a flexographic printing research proposal. Cat Bromels of Chicago is the 2020 recipient of the FFTA Rossini North America Flexographic Research Scholarship. The $13,000 scholarship provides $10,000 to Cat, […]
While her time spent on the university’s campus has been brief, the way Jessica Tipton has used connections within the Clemson family to achieve her educational goals are a shining example of the opportunities that abound for Clemson students beyond the northwest corner of South Carolina.