Clemson University College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) Dean Lawrence R. Allen has announced that he will step down effective July 1.
Julie Vidotto is the new director of Clemson University's Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), a 1,000-member continuing education program for adults age 50 and older.
CLEMSON — While many college students across the U.S. headed to the beach or home for spring break, one group of fraternity brothers came to Clemson to help a camping program prepare to serve people with disabilities this summer. Pi Kappa Phi fraternity members from across the nation did construction and landscaping projects March 9-13 at the Clemson Outdoor […]
Filmmaker and author John de Graaf will screen his documentary “The Great Vacation Squeeze” Monday, March 24, at Clemson University. The screening will be from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Institute’s Self Auditorium.
NOTE: Three Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management faculty members and a group of Clemson students are on a study abroad trip focused on the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. The trip’s mission: Return with heightened awareness of disabilities, culture and potential within their respective fields of study, those that include sport and event management. […]
Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management faculty members and a group of students are on a study abroad trip focused on the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. The trip’s mission: Return to Clemson with heightened awareness of disabilities, culture, and potential within their respective fields of study, those that include sport and event management.
The inaugural Judith E. Voelkl Memorial Recreational Therapy Workshop will be Monday, March 24, at Clemson University’s Hendrix Student Center. The all-day workshop will feature sessions by some of recreational therapy’s top scholars and cover such topics as adaptive sports programming, compassion fatigue and self-care, the use of fine arts in psychiatric settings, Reiki, standardized quality of life assessments and energy medicine.
Leslie Conrad, director of the Clemson University Outdoor Lab, has been selected as a standards instructor by the American Camp Association.
The US Play Coalition’s 2014 Conference on the Value of Play will begin Sunday, Feb. 16, at Clemson University’s Madren Conference Center.
Clemson University’s Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management (PRTM) has received high honors for its efforts in youth development and camp leadership. The American Camp Association (ACA) has given the department its Special Recognition Award, which honors groups, organizations or individuals for their efforts to promote camp programming. “This award recognizes that the department […]
Renowned ecologist and geographer Lee Talbot will be the featured speaker at Clemson University’s George B. Hartzog Jr. Environmental Lecture Series Monday. Talbot will speak on “International Conservation: Some Historical Perspective and Vignettes of a Career” at 2 p.m. at the Strom Thurmond Institute.
As always, the depth, passion and drive of Clemson students never fail to impress. The graduating Class of 2012 has spent a lot of time exploring — their futures, their interests, their research and their passions. With so much potential, we know they’re off to great things. In the meantime, check out the stories of five of our incredible seniors.
With a business approach as rare and varied as her favorite flower, hotel and travel expert and CEO Stacy Dreyfus (CU ’95) has grown her passion for travel and luxury into Orchid Resorts & Escapes — one of the most unique and exclusive sales, marketing and partnership agencies in the world.
James Nampushi has great respect for the lion that almost killed him. That lion made James an honored warrior, a hero and eventually the first college graduate among his Maasai people. And it was the lion that brought James to Clemson where soon he will earn his master’s degree and begin working on a Ph.D. in park management.
We love a good list, so we decided to wrap up 2010 with a quick look back at Clemson’s biggest — and most popular — stories.