Governor Henry McMaster has signed a proclamation designating May 3–9, 2020, South Carolina Public Servant Recognition Week. Clemson’s faculty and staff are recognized for their contributions they make to the citizens of the state of South Carolina. Wednesday, May 6, 2020, is South Carolina Public Servant Recognition Day.
Geneticist Stephen Kresovich, director of Clemson University’s Advanced Plant Technology program, has been appointed by U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue to the National Genetic Resources Advisory Council to serve as one of six scientific members nationwide.
The Clemson University School of Health Research has appointed ten new faculty scholars from three colleges and four new clinical faculty from Prisma Health. Each year, Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR) appoints new faculty scholars and clinical faculty. Faculty Scholars are faculty members who demonstrate a strong record of health research, teaching and […]
The Office of Human Resources recently announced the postponement of the CU Grow program launch. “Amid an outpouring of interest and excitement around CU Grow, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the program until the University is able to resume more regular operations,” said Program Director Jaz Hamilton. The activities of CU Grow’s inaugural […]
The Office of Human Resources (OHR) continues to update its weekly newsletter dedicated to providing outreach and engagement resources for faculty and staff. OHR’s April Pro-Dev calendar is also available on this weekly newsletter. Access the #CUStayConnected newsletter for April 27th – May 1st. Bookmark http://media.clemson.edu/humanres/CUStayConnected.pdf for ongoing updates each Monday.
The Clemson University Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD), ranked No.1 in Best Career Services category in 2020 by the Princeton Review guide, has made its own share of changes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. In response to the University’s transition to remote learning, the CCPD adjusted its services online. The CCPD […]
Andrew Pyle, an assistant professor in Clemson’s communication department, said that as a student himself, procrastination was his typical mode of approaching his studies and work. However, that all changed once Pyle read Cal Newport’s “Deep Work.” The strategies Newport outlined in the book helped Pyle revolutionize the way he approached his own work. Pyle […]
The Clemson University College of Education has recognized students. cooperating teachers and community partners across a variety of categories. Student Teachers of the Year Lily Franklin – Early Childhood Education Student Teacher of the Year Hannah Cummings – Elementary Education Student Teacher of the Year Taylor Barkley – Secondary Education Student Teacher of the Year […]
Since 2006, the Women’s Leadership Conference at Clemson has fostered dialogues centered around building capacity in women’s leadership through encouraging engagement in the leadership process. Destiny Mathews, one of the students with a leadership role in the conference this past year, is especially passionate about women’s rights and leadership. “As a woman of color, it […]
As students in the College of Education adapt to online instruction in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have reached out to them to see how they’re adjusting to this new mode of learning. They’re telling us what works and what doesn’t as far as learning strategies online, and what they’re taking away from […]
How Clemson’s College of Education, its student teachers and numerous partner districts adapted to COVID-19 When the COVID-19 pandemic caused Powdersville High School to move all instruction online in early March, the school’s educators operated under the assumption that most others in the state did: this would be temporary, and they would be back in […]
Clemson – The CAREER program issues grants to early-career faculty who demonstrate intellectual merit and the potential to create broader impacts beyond the lab. The program represents the foundation’s mission to encourage integration of research and education at universities in the U.S. To be eligible for a CAREER award, an applicant must submit an integrative […]
It’s a stressful time to be providing an essential service in the front lines, whether it’s in the medical field, as a first responder or working at a grocery store. With schools and other services being closed to prevent the spread of coronavirus, many parents are scrambling to find somewhere safe for their children to […]
The importance of online teaching is more important now than ever. The College of Education recognizes the prevalence of online teaching and learning and is now offering a four-course Certificate of Online Teaching. The certificate addresses foundational concepts such as instructional design and development, strategies to enhance engagement and cognition, and effectively collecting and analyzing […]
Following Monday’s terrible storms, which caused a swath of damage to the Upstate community, University leadership has been conducting assessments to determine the full impact on faculty and staff. Some employees’ homes sustained damage, and others lost everything. Additionally, some faculty and staff continue to be without power and cannot perform their job duties from home. Supervisors have been urged to exercise flexibility with both […]