A team of green-conscious Clemson University students topped a field of 90 colleges to win the 2014 GameDay Recycling Challenge by collecting more than 60,000 pounds of recyclables during the school’s football game against rival University of South Carolina.
Six College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and Eugene T. Moore School of Education (SOE) staff members were recognized for their exceptional performance and outstanding service at a joint holiday luncheon and awards ceremony held December 10 at the Clemson University Outdoor Laboratory. The award recipients from the College of HEHD were: Glenn Gibson, Information […]
Last February, Brooks Center Business Manager Susan Kaplar partnered with Denise Woodward-Detrich of the Center for Visual Arts to assemble an exhibit titled "Tempos" that was displayed in the Brooks Center lobby. The endeavor was the result of her work with the University’s Staff Development Program and allowed her to explore her love of visual art.
Nov. 11, marks Veteran’s Day 2014, a day when our nation takes the time to thank living veterans for their service. In honor of Veteran’s Day, Clemson University’s faculty and staff have taken the time to reflect on their past military experiences and present circumstances as Clemson Tigers.
The Clemson Light Imaging Facility is celebrating the importance of light microscopy with its first micrograph competition, HOOKEd on Microscopy. The competition is free and open to the public for anyone 18 years or older. Anyone who has taken an image using a light microscope — a micrograph — can submit an entry to the contest.
Ted Whitwell, associate dean for academic affairs, and professor Pat Zungoli have been named to interim leadership positions the Clemson University School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences. A director and two division chairs lead the school.
Blackouts remind us how much we rely on power in our daily lives. With a flick of the switch, we have come to expect lights will come on. There will be heat to keep us warm. There will be electricity to charge our devices. Clemson has opened the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center in North Charleston. […]
Clemson University's College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities will explore "Race and the University: A Campus Conversation" throughout this academic year with a series of events, exhibitions and discussions beginning in September. The series’ purpose is to create greater awareness of and encourage open conversations about Clemson's history as it relates to race and diversity.
Last year, it was ABBA. This year, Gershwin. No matter the show or composer, Clemson University performing arts students always get a first-rate, hands-on education when Work Light Productions brings a musical to town.
Michelle Piekutowski has been named Clemson University's permanent chief human resources officer, effective Monday. Piekutowski led the university's human resources division in an interim capacity for the past three years.
Everyone wants to know more. Toward that end, Clemson offers robust training opportunities to faculty and staff. For example, Good Think Inc. CEO and author Shawn Achor will be on hand on June 17 to share ways to fuel success in both home and work. The leadership workshop entitled “The Happiness Advantage,” will be hosted […]
The College of Health, Education and Human Development honored outstanding faculty, staff and students at the annual Awards of Excellence, held May 8 at the Hendrix Student Center. The recipients were: Faculty and Staff Service Awards 10 Years – Roxanne Amerson, Denise Anderson, Claire Cappio, Susan King Fullerton, Glenn Ray Gibson, Sarah Griffin, Winston Holton, […]
Betsey Shira of Anderson has been honored with the Clemson University Board of Visitors Service Award.
Staff member Christine Prado is certainly no stranger to Clemson. Last year, Prado decided she wanted to get out from behind her desk and learn even more about Clemson. She also wanted to challenge herself to do some things she had always wanted to do but had been putting off, so she applied for the Staff Development Program (SDP).
Matt Bundrick came to Clemson’s campus for summer science and engineering camps starting in middle school, and never looked back. Instead of adhering to family tradition by attending the University of South Carolina, the eager student studied computer engineering and graphic communications as a Tiger. Bundrick earned his degree from Clemson, but he never left. […]