Inside Clemson

Archive for October, 2012

Inside NOW: Special physical exam pricing; Chance to win $10,000; Clemson Men’s Soccer hosts Fan Day

Wednesday, October 31st, 2012

In this edition:
Special pricing on comprehensive physical exams, November and December
Last call for a chance to win $10,000; submit by Oct. 31
Clemson Men’s Soccer hosts Fan Day Nov. 1
Science as Art 2012 exhibit submissions extended to
Nov. 2; exhibit and reception Nov. 19
ORC Brown Bag seminar Nov. 6
Gail Ponder retirement reception Nov. 6
Clemson writers to read in benefit for Upstate food program Nov. 14
What tiger wouldn’t like a fresh turkey to eat?
Clemson Waterski Club takes national championship
Safe Tiger mug winner
Seeking entries for the Community Service Honor Roll
Professor Roger Grant turns love of trains into a career

CCIT advice on state security information breach

Monday, October 29th, 2012

On Friday, Oct. 26, the South Carolina Department of Revenue announced a major data breach of its systems, exposing approximately 3.6 million Social Security numbers and 387,000 credit/debit card numbers. Those affected could be anyone who has filed a South Carolina state tax return between 1998 and now. It is highly likely that many Clemson [...]

Inside NOW: Discover Research; once a tiger; Tillman Media Center

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

In this edition:
Discover Clemson Research blog
Once a tiger, always a tiger
Tillman Media Center selected as instructional materials review site
Seasons by the Lake events
CCIT to host brown-bag webinar Oct. 25
Last concert in South Carolina Botanical Garden series is Oct. 26
Team Up for Clemson regatta fundraiser Oct. 27
Emmy-Award-winning journalist to speak Oct. 29
NSF speaker to address energy challenges and solutions Oct. 29
Feel the burn, beginning Oct. 29
Clemson hosting national launch of Engineers Week Oct. 30
Retirement reception for Cathy Sturkie Oct. 30
Fike offering massage therapy sessions
National Distance Learning Week Nov. 5-9
Ten Thousand Villages Sale Nov. 12-15

Kohleigh Michelle Hunt, student – Oct. 21, 2012

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

Funeral arrangements have been finalized for Kohleigh Michelle Hunt of Seneca who passed away on Sunday as a result of an automobile accident. Hunt is survived by her parents, Steve and Linda Hunt and her brother, William F. Hunt of Seneca; maternal grandparents, Franklin D. and Elisabeth Clary; paternal grandmother, Mae Grant Hunt; and other [...]

Trustees move Clemson 2020 plan forward

Friday, October 19th, 2012

In fall quarterly meetings on campus this week, Clemson University trustees addressed elements of the school’s Roadmap 2020 plan with approvals of facility construction and renovation concepts and reviews of the university financial status and compensation plans.

Tyler Sands, student – Oct. 16, 2012

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Funeral arrangements have been finalized for senior Tyler E. Sands, 22, of Exton, Pa., who passed away Tuesday morning as a result of an automobile accident. A memorial mass will be held at noon Saturday, Oct. 20, at St. Aloysius RC Church in Pottstown, Pa., followed by a private burial. Visitation will be from 10 [...]

Inside NOW: Recycling drop off center; Glimpse; independent film screening; fall plant sale

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

In this edition:
Recycling drop off center closed through Thursday
Fall issue of Glimpse out now
Independent film screening, Oct. 17
Clemson political scientists to field questions on the presidential election, Oct. 18
Fall Plant Sale, Oct. 19
Flu Shot Clinic, Oct. 19
Food Science and Nutrition Club’s Annual Fall Bread Sale; order before Oct. 19
Grab a free hotdog, courtesy of Clemson Women’s Soccer, Oct. 21
Clemson Day at the Maze, Oct. 21
ORC Brown Bag Seminar, Oct. 23
Photographer Cecil Williams to speak as part of Clemson’s 50th anniversary of integration, Oct. 25
Student Senate Seeks Proposals for Capital Improvements by Nov. 2

Thomas Harold Garner, retiree – Oct. 14, 2012

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

Thomas Harold Garner, 82, died Oct. 14. Garner spent 30 years at Clemson as a research and teaching professor in the university’s department of agricultural and biological engineering. Garner is survived by his wife, Ceytru Bentley Garner, a brother, seven children, 37 grandchildren and 31 great grandchildren. Services for Mr. Garner will be held at [...]

Inside NOW: Road and sidewalk closures; “The Idea of Race” lecture; special pricing on physical exams; Tillman carillon update

Friday, October 12th, 2012

Parking/Transit: Road closures near Littlejohn, Oct. 11 Sidewalk closures, Oct. 15 Clemson Ceramics Annual Bowl Sale, Oct. 11 Michael Blakely to discuss “The Idea of Race,” Oct. 11 Special pricing on physical exams, October and November Tillman carillon repair update If you supervise staff who do not have easy access to e-mail or the Internet, [...]

Inside NOW: Road and sidewalk closures; “The Idea of Race” lecture; special pricing on physical exams; Tillman carillon update

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Scroll to read the following stories below: Parking/Transit: Road closures near Littlejohn, Oct. 11 Sidewalk closures, Oct. 15 Clemson Ceramics Annual Bowl Sale, Oct. 11 Michael Blakely to discuss “The Idea of Race,” Oct. 11 Special pricing on physical exams, October and November Tillman carillon repair update 1. PARKING/TRANSIT: Road closures near Littlejohn tomorrow The [...]