Inside Clemson

Physics and astronomy department invites employees’ children to enter math competitions

By Jason Brown, Ph.D. Physics and Astronomy Department Clemson’s physics and astronomy department will host a series of mathematics competitions for K-12 students to promote enthusiasm and a positive attitude toward mathematics and science and to stimulate the students’ interest in continuing their study beyond the high-school years. Middle school students: The AMC 8, a […]

Associate Provost J. Cole Smith named dean of engineering and computer science at Syracuse

Photo of J. Cole Smith

J. Cole Smith, Clemson’s associate provost for academic initiatives, will become dean of the Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science Oct. 1. He previously was chair of industrial engineering for the past five years. “We are fortunate to bring to campus a forward-thinking academic leader, an energetic visionary and an accomplished innovator of […]

Carlson named interim associate vice president for auxiliary services

Clint Carlson has been named interim associate vice president for auxiliary services and will oversee the University’s housing, dining, bookstore, and parking and transportation operations. After receiving his MPAcc from Clemson University in August 1997, Carlson spent 15 years at the executive level managing financial and auxiliary operations at two regional institutions in Alabama. Carlson’s team oversaw the construction, renovation […]

Take a survey about your package delivery service experience

Procurement and Business Services wants to hear about your experience with package delivery service on campus. To help maintain the first-rate supply chain management, we would like your feedback about package delivery in this short survey. We will use this survey information to work with suppliers and third-party delivery services to ensure you are getting […]

Reorganization seeks to better serve students, faculty and staff

As part of the University’s continuous efforts to improve quality services to its students, to operate as efficiently as possible for its faculty and staff, two divisions – Finance and Operations and Student Affairs – will undergo a reorganization of its units in the coming weeks. In addition, to enhance the University’s efforts in enterprise […]

University Press is the newest addition to Clemson Libraries

Clemson University Press is now part of Clemson University Libraries. Established in 2000, Clemson University Press has expanded in recent years, adding approximately 25 books and journal issues per year to its strong backlist of more than 100 titles. John Morgenstern, University Press director, and Alison Mero, managing editor, are now a part of the […]

Announcing the upcoming training requirement for all faculty and staff

Last year’s required training for information security awareness (ISA) and conflict of interest (COI) achieved 100 percent faculty and staff participation. Starting Oct. 1, all faculty and staff will renew their required training, which is intended as a proactive measure to protect the institution and those who work here. Next Steps Beginning Oct. 1 Visit Tiger Training and log in. […]

Helping leaders make an impact

President Clements speaks to participants in the President

By President Jim Clements I had many great mentors in my life – teachers, coaches, professors, community leaders and business leaders to name just a few.  However, Dr. Freeman Hrabowski was the first person who ever told me that I was going to be a college president. Dr. Hrabowski is the long-standing president of the […]

Clemson celebrates Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month

Clemson University joins the nation in celebrating Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month during the next few weeks. Jerad Green, associate director for multicultural programs in the Harvey and Lucinda Gantt Center at Clemson, said, “Between our rebranding of the month’s title to the innovative programs we’re offering, Hispanic and Latinx Heritage Month has already generated a […]

Clemson to host inaugural Global Leaders Forum at Brooks Center

Ratan Tata to speak to Clemson community Clemson University will welcome Ratan Tata to the Brooks Center on Wednesday, Sept. 25 at 2 p.m. for the Inaugural Global Leaders Forum. The forum will feature Mr. Tata answering questions from students about global impact, philanthropy and business. Due to limited seating, priority for entrance will be […]