Higher education is the driving passion in Snider’s life, so it shouldn’t come as a shock to learn that he hopes to see most students consider summer school as a normal part of their Clemson experience.
Founder’s Day marks a time when Clemson University commemorates the death of its founder, Thomas Green Clemson, while celebrating his determined spirit and vision for public education. He died on April 6, 1888, but on occasion, you can spot Thomas and his wife, Anna Maria Calhoun Clemson, around campus. But those aren’t ghosts that you are seeing.
For Micki Reid participating in Clemson's Staff Development Program allowed her to get out of her office, her department and work on projects that benefit both her and the University.
Clemson’s own Parking and Transportation Services team also has its eye turned toward sustainability and continues to introduce strategies to reduce the carbon footprint on campus.
CCIT (Clemson Computing and Information Technology) is making tremendous strides in leadership and staff development with its Leadership Summit program, designed to provide CCIT professionals opportunities for increased self awareness, creativity and coaching.
By Jackie Todd Media Relations Online education continues to grow in popularity. That’s something that excites DeWitt “Witt” Salley, Clemson’s new director of online education. “Not only is the continual growth in online education exciting, but so is Clemson’s recognition of the strategic value of eLearning,” he said. “I am eager to collaborate with University […]
Veterans Day is a time to remember those who have sacrificed to protect our country, our people and our way of life. A former military college, Clemson University boasts strong ties, traditions and remembrances for those who have served. Some of those who have served — and continue to serve — can be found in Clemson’s own workforce. Here are a few of them.
Patrick McMillan launches his sixth season of 'Expeditions' on PBS this fall.
Christopher Ray came to Clemson for school and never came home. Today, he's the keeper of the University's farms, just as he is for his family farm.
After years together as Clemson students, the father and son pair received their degrees in the same ceremony on May 11.
Never one to shy away from the spotlight, Julia Lusk is now stepping up to the microphone as the new president of Staff Senate. She relishes the opportunity to tell the story of Clemson’s 3,000 staff members to administrators and faculty.
With a successful professional background in some of the nation’s largest cities, new Clemson Parking and Transportation Services Director Dan Hofmann may be considered a parking guru.
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.