For Chris Grau, movies aren’t just about entertainment: They’re a springboard for philosophical deliberation — both in the classroom and outside it.
Molly Espey, professor of economics in Clemson University’s College of Business and Behavioral Science, recently received the 2012 Southern region United States Department of Agriculture Food and Agricultural Sciences Excellence in Teaching Award.
Professor and registered dietitian Marge Condrasky is always looking for the 'wow' factor when she is creating and cooking healthy meals.
Clemson University named professor Juan Gilbert the first Presidential Endowed Chair in Human-Centered Computing. The Presidential Endowed Chair recognizes the accomplishments and dedication of current faculty at Clemson University.
In an office in Brackett Hall sits a first-generation scientist whose thirst for knowledge led her to becoming the first college graduate and Ph.D. recipient in her family. With an impressive track record that spans the realm of academia and recreation, Distinguished Alumni Professor of Psychology June Pilcher ranks high in personal, academic and world-renowned […]
More than two dozen books and hundreds of scholarly articles later, it’s fair to say professor Roger Grant has mastered the art of making trains interesting to the masses, not to mention imminently appealing to train fanatics who can never get enough of all-things-rail.
A two-time alumnae, English professor Ashley Cowden loves giving her students a hands-on learning experience and watching their growth through the process.
Two nationally known political scientists, Clemson University professors Bruce Ransom and Dave Woodard, will participate in a roundtable discussion about the presidential election Thursday, Oct. 18.
Chapman is full of stories and experiences. To hear them, all one has to do is ask.
To manage and promote his various endeavors, Monty Craig (right) has become a prolific user of social media and developing technologies, and he hopes to equip his students with professional skills that will allow them to succeed in the industry.
Retired Clemson University professor Don Collins now spends many of his weeks traveling across North America working with fire departments and architect’s offices as a design consultant on fire station projects. Collins, who served a 33-year tenure at Clemson teaching design, also during that time served as a firefighter for the Clemson University Fire Department.
Clemson University researcher Julie P. Martin has been awarded a science and technology policy fellowship by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
A recently published study by Clemson University psychology associate professor Richard Pak examined how decision-making would be affected by a human-like aid. The study focused on adults’ trust, dependence, and performance while using a computerized decision-making aid for persons with diabetes. (See related video).
In a culture rarely visited, a Clemson professor has made a lasting bond. The indigenous Mayan people of Guatemala are rarely trusting toward outsiders, but nursing professor Roxanne Amerson continues to impact 11 Mayan women’s lives through her work with health education using a promotora concept.
As the Clemson administration works on a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), part of the reaffirmation of the University’s accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), new Faculty Senate President Jeremy King has come up with his own faculty-centered quality enhancement plan.