Professor appointed director of Clemson’s National Scholars Program
CLEMSON — Sarah Winslow, associate professor of sociology and anthropology, has been appointed director of Clemson University’s premier undergraduate scholarship program, the National Scholars Program.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Winslow joined the Clemson faculty in 2006. Her research focuses on gendered dynamics and processes in a number of contexts, with special attention to the intersections of employment and family life. She has served as the National Scholars Program interim director since July 2015. She previously was the program’s faculty fellow and has taught the National Scholars Program freshman honors seminar for the past two years. During the same period, she also has been the faculty-in-residence in the Honors College’s living/learning community.
“In all of these various roles, Sarah has earned our students’ admiration and respect,” said Bill Lasser, executive director of the Honors College. “She has shown great skill over the past year in navigating the National Scholars Program through a period of transition — both within the program and throughout the university. She is an extraordinary role model, mentor and adviser to all of our students, and a valued colleague.”