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Tyler to lead university libraries

Wednesday, October 1st, 2014
Peggy Tyler

Peggy Tyler, Ph.D., has been named interim dean of Clemson University libraries, effective today. “Kay Wall has been a champion of 21st-century librarianship,” said Tyler. “I want to build on the good work she has done to position the libraries as a national leader in providing access to information and in educating individuals for effective, life-long [...]

Clemson Recycling offers mulch for sale

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Clemson Recycling Services now has mulch and compost available for sale at the Cherry Crossing Research Facility, located on West Queen Street across from the Cherry Farm. The products may be picked up Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. until noon while supplies last. Landscaping mulch is sold for $10 per cubic yard, leaf mulch [...]

Clemson celebrates Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Month

Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Clemson has designated October as the university’s Diversity and Inclusive Excellence Month. During the month, the university will feature dynamic presentations, lectures and events that promote open dialogue, collaboration and respect. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate in these events and be part of the conversation.

New research interest group launching at Clemson University

Monday, September 29th, 2014

By Danielle Shuff, Office of Communications and Public Relations College of Health, Education, and Human Development Eugene T. Moore School of Education A Health Information Technology Research Interest Group kickoff meeting will be held at noon on Oct. 15 in Edwards Hall 201, with the goal of creating an environment of like-minded scholars to promote [...]

It’s not too early to order Clemson turkeys

Monday, September 29th, 2014

The Clemson turkey is a rare bird, extinct if you wait too late to order one. For 12 years, the Clemson University Poultry Science Club has enjoyed tremendous success selling its university-farm raised, free-range hens. The club’s greatest regret is denying people the pleasure of feasting on turkeys that Thomas Green Clemson would have proudly [...]

Faculty and staff can get information about benefits, discounts at Oct. 2 Benefits Fair

Monday, September 29th, 2014

More than 85 companies offering these kinds of services and more will be at Clemson’s employee benefits fair scheduled from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Oct. 2 at Fike Recreation Center.

Clemson Day at the Maze is Oct. 5

Monday, September 29th, 2014

Here’s a way to have some fun and help Clemson! The Denver Downs Farm will host its “Clemson Day at the Maze” from 1 until 6 p.m. Oct. 5. Admission is $14 per person (children under 2 get in free) and $2 from the admission of each Clemson faculty, staff, student and alumni member will [...]

2014-15 Presidential Colloquium explores Remembering, Reckoning and Responsibility

Monday, September 29th, 2014

By Dan Wueste, Ph. D. As a university, where are we today? To answer that question, we must take a look at our past. Sponsored by the Rutland Institute for Ethics, this year’s Presidential Colloquium, Remembering, Reckoning and Responsibility, will explore the significance of where we have been in knowing who we are now. This [...]

Parking updates: Gravel Lot – Now E-21 – Opening Sept. 29

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014
E 21 employee lot - Old gravel lot

On Monday, Sept. 29, the once gravel parking lot located near the intersection of Cherry Road and Perimeter Road, across Cherry Road from the Life Sciences Building, will open as a newly designed, “eco-friendly,” paved parking lot with 197 spaces. The lot will be known as E-21. The new lot features rain gardens with native [...]

We want your children! Physics and astronomy department hosts math competitions

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014

By Jason Brown, Ph.D. Physics and Astronomy Department Faculty and staff: Here’s a chance for your children to challenge themselves. Clemson’s physics and astronomy department will host a series of mathematics competitions for K-12 students in an effort to promote enthusiasm and a positive attitude towards mathematics and science and to stimulate the students’ interest [...]