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Archive for March, 2013

Semi-monthly pay: Financial/Budgeting seminars offered

Thursday, March 28th, 2013

Last month, an announcement was sent out regarding the University’s transition to a semi-monthly pay cycle beginning June 2013.  In order to provide assistance as you continue planning for these changes, the university has partnered with an external resource to provide financial/budgeting seminars to all faculty and staff. Financial/Budgeting seminars will be held at the [...]

New WeCar added at CU-ICAR

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

In conjunction with Clemson Parking and Transportation Services, WeCar has added another WeCar car-sharing vehicle (Chevy Volt) at a new location – at the Clemson University ICAR campus. Clemson members still have access to the vehicles already on campus, but this additional location allows another convenient location for WeCar members, providing you with even more [...]

Inside NOW: Robotics research; Lischwe named director of sponsored programs; staff development program application period open through April 16

Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

In this issue:

1. Clemson professor’s research can result in more fluid motion for robots
2. Lischwe named director of sponsored programs in the Division of Research
3. Staff Development Program application period open through April 16
4. Creative Inquiry offers invaluable opportunities for faculty and students
5. Clemson golf course named to “Best You Can Play” list
6. Join Clemson Home April 8-11 for free food, prizes and giveaways
7. SRASC hosts estate-planning seminar/lunch April 17; registration required
8. Summer Camps and Programs abound at Clemson for “Tomorrow’s Tigers”
9. PARKING/TRAFFIC: New WeCar added at CU-ICAR

Clemson golf course named to “Best You Can Play” list

Monday, March 25th, 2013

The Walker Course has again been named to the state’s “30 Best Courses You Can Play” list by the South Carolina Golf Course Ratings Panel for 2013. This is the third time that the course has been included on the bienniel list and for the third consecutive time the course has received the top number [...]

SRASC hosts estate-planning seminar/lunch April 17; registration required

Monday, March 25th, 2013

State retiree? TERI participant? Within five years of qualifying for state retirement? The State Retirees Association of South Carolina (SRASC) invites you to a free presentation on estate planning 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 17 at the Madren Conference Center. Topics will include wills, trusts, medical powers of attorney, and DNRs – what they are and [...]

Summer Camps and Programs abound at Clemson for “Tomorrow’s Tigers”

Monday, March 25th, 2013

Clemson’s legacy of service to pre-collegiate youth audiences spans beyond a century, when the first 4-H club programs were organized. It’s a legacy that has evolved with the times, and with consistent emphasis on providing the most physically and emotionally safe environments possible for program participants and facilitators. Abundant opportunities are available this summer at [...]

Join Clemson Home April 8-11 for free food, prizes and giveaways

Monday, March 25th, 2013

University Housing and Dining joined forces during the 2012 spring semester. We are announcing our partnership with our collective brand, Clemson Home, a Division of Student Affairs. This union includes all residential facilities, residential life, housing and dining operations. As Clemson Home, we believe students are the innovators, leaders and community builders of the future [...]

Race to the Rock: The President’s Race for the Library

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

Join President and Mrs. Barker in the 14th annual Race to the Rock: the President’s Race for the Library on Saturday, April 13 and help support one of the University’s top priorities – the Library. Run or walk the 5K course over rolling hills on the Clemson campus. This event is USATF certified using the [...]

Staff Development Program application period open from March 15 through April 16

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

Clemson’s Staff Development Program (SDP) began accepting applications March 15. The qualifications for the program have been modified to allow more staff to apply – staff members with at least five years of university service can now apply for the program. The SDP allows for up to 25 staff members to complete 150 hours of [...]

Inside NOW: Research: Understanding biological functions in a cell; CU-ICAR executive director named; register for summer camp

Wednesday, March 20th, 2013

In this issue:
1. Research: Toward understanding biological functions in a cell: Multi-scale modeling of electrostatic potential in biological systems
2. Frederick M. Cartwright named executive director of CU-ICAR
3. Time to register for summer camp: Fike day camp discount for employees
4. Obituaries