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Inside Clemson

Internal Communication from Clemson University.


CCIT to offer free Linux & Palmetto cluster training courses

August 18th, 2014
 

CCIT is offering the following in-person training courses to help faculty and students prepare for using Clemson’s advanced computing resources for research and class assignments: Introduction to Linux from the Command Line (Thursday, Aug. 28, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., Barre Hall room B106) This short course offers participants an introduction to using Linux in a command-line [...]

Seeking nominations for the Class of ’39 Award for Excellence

August 18th, 2014
 

Endowed by the Great Class of 1939, the Class of ’39 Award for Excellence is presented annually to one distinguished member of the faculty whose outstanding contributions for the past five-year period have been judged by her/his peers to represent the highest achievement of service to the student body, university and community, state or nation. [...]

What you need to know about Study Abroad proposals/deadlines

August 18th, 2014
 

As  faculty and staff settles into the new semester, please note the follow deadlines for Study Abroad programs: Program Proposals for 2015 Spring, Spring Break and Summer are due Monday, Sept. 1, 2014. Seed funding proposals are due Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. Program Proposals: If you plan to offer a study abroad program during Spring/Summer [...]

Collaborations in Service-Learning 2013–14 Annual Report available

August 18th, 2014
 

Clemson’s Collaborations in Service-Learning 2013 – 14 Annual Report is now available online. Entitled Breaking Boundaries: Creating Transformational Experiences for Students, Faculty, and Community, the full report can be accessed here. A web-based publication of the Clemson University Service Alliance, the seventh edition of Clemson Collaborations in Service-Learning features the work of Clemson faculty participating [...]

Welcome to a new school year!

August 14th, 2014
 

Fall semester 2014 begins in a few days, but there’s a lot happening in the first week as students arrive and faculty and staff get ready for the start of the new school year.

Clemson to offer performance- and incentive-based bonuses to faculty and staff

August 13th, 2014
 

A plan to offer performance- and incentive-based bonuses for faculty and staff has been approved by the Administrative Council and the Compensation Committee of the Board of Trustees. “One of the goals in our 2020 Road Map is to recruit, reward and retain outstanding faculty and staff, and as a result, performance-based compensation has been [...]

Construction: Douthit Hills approved; other projects impacting campus

August 12th, 2014
 

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations The state has cleared the way for the start of Douthit Hills, the biggest construction project ever on campus. While it will be a few months before you see work beginning there, other construction on campus will have an immediate impact on faculty, staff and students as the [...]

2014-2015 Victor Hurst Convocation: Event and processional information

August 12th, 2014
 

By Nadim Aziz, Ph.D., interim provost The 2014-2015 Victor Hurst Convocation begins Clemson University’s 122nd academic year. The event will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, at the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts in the auditorium.  A reception will be held in celebration of the new academic year immediately following the meeting. Michael [...]

Clemson officials monitor Ebola Virus Disease situation

August 11th, 2014
 

In light of news reports and heightened concerns about the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa, University officials are monitoring developments and preparing in case students, staff or faculty with possible exposure to the virus arrive on campus from the affected region. No Clemson University-affiliated persons have been identified as having traveled to [...]

Aug. 19 Academic Convocation features nationally recognized speaker

August 8th, 2014
 
Michael Crow

Michael Crow, the university president who has built a national reputation for making higher education more accessible without sacrificing academic excellence, will be the featured speaker for the Victor Hurst Academic Convocation on August 19, beginning at 9 am in the Brooks Center for the Performing Arts.

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