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Inside Clemson

Internal Communication from Clemson University.


Title IX training required for faculty, staff and students

September 2nd, 2014
 

By Jackie Todd, office of Media Relations To educate our campus about Title IX policies, procedures for resolving complaints and resources, the university will require its faculty, staff and students to take Title IX training. The one-hour online training course will cover information about Clemson University-specific policies and reporting requirements, explore the definitions of terms [...]

Researchers: Own part of the Palmetto Cluster

September 1st, 2014
 

Faculty can enhance their work by using high performance computing to help with their research. CCIT has made available nodes on the Palmetto Cluster for purchase. The Palmetto cluster is Clemson University’s primary high-performance computing (HPC) resource and is part one of the country’s top-ranked super computers. Benefits include: Priority scheduling  based on the number [...]

PNC opens new E-branch on campus; food, prizes and giveaways offered

August 29th, 2014
 

PNC Bank will host a grand opening of its new E-branch in the Hendrix Student Center from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily Sept. 8-12. Each day, faculty, staff and students can stop by the new branch and enter to win prizes, enjoy snacks and get to know the PNC Bank staff. The bank offers [...]

Campus construction update: Klugh Avenue to close Thursday; parking relocated

August 26th, 2014
 

By Jackie Todd, office of Media Relations Evidence of the Core Campus project will become apparent as construction engineers install the project site fence today. The fence will close off the grassy area between Klugh Avenue and Union Drive. As a result, Klugh Avenue and the east/west portion of Union Drive will close Thursday for [...]

Events planned for National Campus Safety Awareness month

August 26th, 2014
 

To educate faculty, staff and students and to reduce the incidence of campus crimes, Clemson University has joined other higher education institutions across the nation in recognizing Campus Safety Awareness month. Each week in September, the Clemson University Police Department, Clemson’s Undergraduate Student Government, Redfern Health Center and other university departments will host a number of campus events to share information, create awareness and promote crime prevention.

Free campus parking permits for certain carpool groups; Saturday bus service from Clemson to Greenville begins

August 26th, 2014
 

*NEW* Carpool groups with 3+ people = Free permit Parking and Transportation Services is committed to the university’s sustainability goals by always striving to reduce demand for cars on campus. The Clemson Carpool program was created five years ago and has seen increasing interest and group participation each year. To entice more people to join [...]

China photography contest deadline approaches

August 26th, 2014
 

Clemson faculty, staff, and students are invited to submit up to three images to the 7th annual c u in China photography contest, sponsored by the Clemson University Center for China Studies.

Do you manage a social media account at Clemson?

August 26th, 2014
 

Do you manage a social media account at Clemson? There is a resource for you. Contact Kesha Williams, Director of Digital Marketing and Engaged Communication, to join the Clemson social media users group (SMUG). Clemson SMUG connects managers of official Clemson accounts for collaboration, content sharing, brainstorming and collaboration. Members also receive best practices and [...]

Virginia Gilliam, student – August 24, 2014

August 24th, 2014
 

First-year student Virginia Gilliam of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, died this morning at Anderson Area Medical Center. Virginia was a special education major who attended Wando High School. She lived on campus in Manning Hall. There is no public health concern. Counseling and Psychological Services is providing grief counseling. Students who want to speak to [...]

Clemson to host sexual violence and harassment awareness program

August 19th, 2014
 

National student safety expert Katie Koestner will share her experiences as the keynote speaker at the “No-Yes” program, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Aug. 20 in the Lila Holmes Ballroom at Clemson House. Koestner herself was a victim of date rape. Her story is the subject of a 1993 HBO movie. Koestner has talked about [...]

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