Inside Clemson

Inside NOW: Report ranks CU faculty salaries higher; presidential search; new IPTAY leader named

In this issue:
1. Report ranks CU faculty salaries higher than some peer institutions
2. Presidential search gets under way
3. Clemson names new IPTAY leader
4. Clemson researcher helps discover “missing link” of black holes
5. Atelier InSite: A marriage of art and mortar
6. Clemson wins Carolinas recycling award
7. Registration open for 2013 First Friday parade
8. April Safe Tiger Mug winner named
9. PARKING/TRANSIT: Parking closures this week

Inside NOW: Barker draws thanks from the Clemson family; Highway 93 pedestrian safety improvement update; Barker’s April 16 Senate Finance Committee remarks

In this issue:

1. Barker draws thanks from the Clemson family after announcing retirement, return to teaching
2. Update: SC Highway 93 pedestrian safety improvements
3. President Barker’s April 16 remarks to the Senate Finance Committee – Education Subcommittee
4. Discover Clemson Research Blog: Verbal aggression and athlete motivation; Exploring the coach and student-athlete relationship
5. Vending Committee accepting fund requests April 18-May 20
6. Call for entries for the 6th annual c u in China photography contest
7. MITS raises over $1,500 for United Way
8. Upstate Writing Project Young Writers’ Camp
9. PARKING/TRANSIT: Parking Lot Closures This Week

Inside NOW: New leadership for Faculty and Staff Senates; Pickens to speak at Clemson; new employee assistance program offered

In this issue:

1. New leadership installed in Faculty and Staff Senates

2. T. Boone Pickens to speak at Clemson
3. New employee assistance program (EAP) offered to Clemson employees

4. Research: Thinking beyond lane-markings – Making informed decisions about distracted driving
5. Caution – Blake Snider wants Clemson students to attend school year-round

6. Introducing RidePost, the new ride-sharing program
7. Last chance: Staff Development Program deadline is 4:30 p.m. April 16
8. Learn about advancing digital communications with Adobe Creative Suite
9. Are you a Safe Tiger? Safe Tiger mug winners
10. PARKING/TRAFFIC event for this week

Inside NOW: Financial/Budgeting seminars offered; Cole named interim director of regulatory services; creative inquiry forum highlights student research

In this issue:
1. Semi-monthly pay: Financial/Budgeting seminars offered
2. Steve Cole named interim director of regulatory services at Clemson
3. April 9 Creative Inquiry forum highlights sustainability, bioengineering and other student research
4. Barker’s blog: CU Enterprise Act streamlines duplicate processes; maintains accountability
5. Discovery Research blog: A holistic approach to preventing and treating cancer
6. Student registration: iROAR help centers available through April 11
7. Being Mr. and Mrs. Clemson — Ron Grant and Janet Bean bring the Clemson spirit to life
8. A life in the Clemson library, enriched by the Staff Development Program
9. Got summer plans for your kids? Pre-Collegiate programs office offers academic summer programs for 7th – 12th grade students
10. CCIT Upcoming professional development opportunities
11. PARKING/TRANSIT: CAT deviations, parking and roadway closures, and towing events this week
12. OBITUARIES: Louise Chapman Elliott, retiree; Richard Hegg, retiree

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

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

Inside NOW: Highway 93 improvements; Kowalski: the art of complaining; HR service center

In this issue:
1. SC Highway 93 pedestrian safety improvements
2. Research: Robin Kowalski—The art of complaining
3. HR Service Center delivers information in a one-stop experience
4. Clemson participates in Upstate International Month
5. Parking/Transit—closures, towing events and transit service changes for March 14-22
6. CCIT professional development to hold leadership summit presentation

Inside NOW: Centennial Professorship award; Lauro: What everyone should know about zombies; Benedict: Moving graduate students into the field

In this issue:
1. Faculty: Call for nominations-Centennial Professorship award
2. Sarah Lauro: What everyone should know about zombies
3. Robert Benedict: Moving graduate students from the classroom into the field
4. “Mug Shots” coffee cup reuse program launches this week
5. iROAR: Clemson’s new student information system now available
6. CCIT: Faculty Distance Education Course Design Workshop and other training opportunities
7. Safe Tiger Mug winners
8. Obituary: J. Edwin Faris, retiree
9. Parking/Transit – Parking Closures, Towing Events, and CAT Route Deviations–March 6-13

Inside NOW: Role of research in concussions; Tessendorf’s water simulation software; new technology development director

In this issue:

1. Stepping Up to the Plate: The Role of Research in Concussions
2. Jerry Tessendorf’s water simulation software has major impact on film industry
3. Welcome Mike Gara! Clemson names technology development director at CUBEInC
4. Box: Clemson’s new cloud storage solution
5. Extended through Feb. 28-Call for nominations: Women’s Commission Awards
6. Last call – Staff Senate food drive through Feb. 28
7. Seeking nominations: Safe Driver Award
8. Know outstanding faculty, staff and students? Nominate them for Clemson’s annual spring awards
9. Parking/Transit information
10. Obituaries

Inside NOW: Win free parking for a year; research: warming trends; parking and transportation: sustainability brings efficiencies

In this issue:
1. Win free parking for a year!
2. Research: Warming trends bring earlier migrating Ruby-throats; will flowers and small insects stay in sync?
3. Parking and Transportation: commitment to sustainability brings efficiencies to campus
4. Seeking teams for $100K ACC clean energy challenge
5. Pass it on: Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership opportunities for your students