The Clemson Young Alumni Council is accepting nominations for the 2020 Roaring 10 Awards. The Roaring 10 Awards recognize 10 outstanding Clemson University alumni for their accomplishments in a variety of areas, including business, leadership, community and educational endeavors. The awards honor individuals who exemplify the University’s core values of honesty, integrity and respect. To […]
As staff and faculty engage in the complex planning necessary to return to their regular worksite, knowledge of the expanded family and medical leave provision of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) may become increasingly relevant. FFCRA went into effect on April 1, 2020, and remains effective through Dec. 31, 2020. This act includes two […]
The University’s Early Childhood Education Center, operated by Bright Horizons®, is scheduled to open in early August, contingent upon receipt of the childcare license from the state licensor and timelines determined by the University’s response to COVID-19. Bright Horizons® is now accepting applications. Designed to accommodate approximately 140 children, the center will provide childcare and early […]
TigerOne Card Services has been honored for its Mobile ID implementation with the 2020 Innovative Technology Award from the National Association of Campus Card Users (NACCU), sponsored by HID Global. The award was announced virtually during NACCU’s awards ceremony on April 27. “It’s an honor to be selected for the 2020 Innovative Technology Award,” said […]
The role of Clemson Online is to provide instructional support for faculty, and that has never been more important than during the pandemic that forced the University to cease in-person classes. “Before the COVID-19 outbreak, many just saw us as a resource for online courses and programs,” said Anne Marie Rogers, associate director of learning […]
To maintain social distancing and safety, the Clemson Life Sciences Outreach Center will be hosting virtual STEM camps this summer for kids ages 8-12. Starting the week of June 8-11, the camps will be held Mondays -Thursdays from 9:30-noon until Aug. 10-13. The camps will be conducted through Zoom virtual classrooms, where youth will explore […]
Clemson University’s Board of Trustees has approved a new, seven-year contract with Aramark as the University’s dining provider. The new contract includes substantial programmatic and financial benefits while providing flexibility in areas of both vending and catering. “Clemson continues to serve its students and the state of South Carolina by providing value, mindful of the total investment students and parents […]
A couple of years ago, leadership within the Division of Student Affairs identified core themes as part of its strategic planning process. Theme identification was part of the division’s ongoing effort to better define its scope in support of the university’s goals as an institution. The four areas that resulted were health, safety and wellness, […]
As Janeen Putman reflects on her year as president of Staff Senate, she can’t help but think about how COVID-19 led to the cancelation of a planned celebration of facilities staff and of the Senate’s scholarships fundraiser, and delayed its first official participation in Give Day. “I really feel like this Senate group missed out […]
Twenty-three tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down in the state of South Carolina on the morning of Monday, April 13, leaving behind significant damage to more than 1,500 homes. About 15 percent of those homes were in Oconee County, just miles from Clemson University’s main campus. The storm devastated many Seneca residents. Several university […]
Here are some of the stories of Clemson’s people. We share them as a simple record of deeds great and small that kept us safe, brought us comfort and cared for our community. These acts of service and sacrifice largely went unnoticed while they were happening.
The Clemson COVID Challenge is a summer virtual research and design opportunity for teams of undergraduates to work on problems related to COVID-19 and future pandemics. Aimed at providing students both a meaningful summer research experience and an important connection to a mentor, faculty and staff mentors will guide teams of students to identify problems and design […]
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.
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.