People are getting back to the land, or at least to their backyards, where they are reconnecting with growing things — vegetables, fruits, cattle, timber, flowers, shrubs, even families and local economies. And Clemson Extension agents are available to provide sound, scientifically based information to South Carolinians and help them use that information to improve the quality of their lives.
The man responsible for Clemson University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration played a role in helping the nation celebrate King with the opening and dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial in Washington, D.C.
From Mexico to the Appalachian Mountains, Jennifer Shurley spent a lot of time throughout high school, college and beyond helping a variety of people. Now, as Clemson’s associate director of civic engagement, she’s providing resources to students so they can have the same life-changing experiences.
Tom Jones feels like he has also been able to tap into his education background by teaching students, faculty and staff about recycling. And he feels part of Clemson’s role as a university is to teach others about the importance of wisely using our resources.
While the perception seems to be that parking enforcement officers are out to write as many tickets as they can, supervisor Marvin Dixon is out to change that. Their main job? To “keep things moving” in all parking areas so that everyone on campus is able to find a place to park.
Charles describes herself as an “eternal optimist,” and though she recognizes that Clemson has some challenges ahead with budget issues, she thinks that Staff Senate can play a role in helping the administration in the coming year.
Recently named director of Access and Equity, Jerry Knighton has seen Clemson come a long way since he joined the office's staff 22 years ago.
For Jennifer Goree, the connection between healthy living and sustainability is obvious — a healthy environment leads to healthier people. And she’s out to show people how.
Linda White has been a Clemson Tiger since 1986, posting a record of 138-81 in eight years as head volleyball coach, but now she is helping others learn what it really means to Be a T.I.G.E.R!title][share]
By Beth Jarrard Media Relations Bill Hughes had three weeks notice to prepare to leave Clemson for his latest active-duty mission. The last time this Air Force Reservist was deployed, he had three days. “I got the call on Wednesday before Thanksgiving to report that Sunday,” said Hughes of his 2003 experience. He logged more […]
One came to Clemson as a legacy, and the other came for the weather. They married and stayed, now raising an avid Clemson Tiger fan of their own.
By Sallie McKenzie Performing Arts Ordering 85 or more pizzas each time she calls makes Sonja Massey one of Papa John’s favorite customers. As the administrative assistant for Clemson University Bands, placing food orders of such a large quantity has become rather standard; however, feeding hungry band students is not the only item on Massey’s […]
Davis-Gross has continued her family’s rich tradition of attending, working and supporting Clemson, and has become an enthusiastic and involved member of the greater Clemson Family.
As the director of fitness services and programs at Fike Recreation Center, a Clemson Staff senator and a mom, Susan Pope is a busy woman. But the one thing she always has time for is students. Pope has dedicated her life to helping Clemson students lead happy, healthy and active lives.
Drake wears many hats. A 1985 graduate with a B.S. in biology, he earned his master’s degree in cotton field crop entomology in 1987, followed by a doctorate in urban entomology in 1997. He has state and federal authority within South Carolina with both state and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency credentials.