Clemson University Feature Stories

Archive for August, 2010

Rose Ellen Davis-Gross is a dyed-in-the-wool Clemson fan, supporting every aspect of university life

Friday, August 27th, 2010

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.

CBBS grad ‘fashionistas’ create T-shirts with a cause

Friday, August 20th, 2010

Taking the suffix ‘-ista’ as inspiration, Clemson grads Marlee Calloway and Amy Knapp have created What’s Your Ista, a custom T-shirt company that offers wearers the opportunity to announce their passions to the world.

Clemson Business Students Excel in a Global Strategy Simulation

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

The Business Strategy Game is a simulation that mirrors the athletic footwear industry, as the participating teams compete head-to-head in a global market arena, producing and selling branded and private-label athletic footwear in four geographic regions around the world.

Carillonneur Linda Dzuris will perform a quincentenary concert Sept. 19, part of a worldwide celebration of carillons

Monday, August 16th, 2010

Linda Dzuris, associate professor and resident carillonneur, teaches students in a variety of majors to play Clemson’s largest instrument, atop the Tillman Hall bell tower. Her love of music began when her parents purchased a Yamaha electronic organ. The instrument came with nine free half-hour lessons.

Disability specialist Dede Norungolo counts her birthdays from the day she nearly died

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010
DeDe Norungolo

Problems with her short-term memory and trouble multitasking and organizing led to a lot of job frustration. With the help of other brain injury survivors through a support group, Norungolo began working toward becoming an advocate on the road to recovery.