Inside Clemson

You’re invited to the Clemson Bookstore’s Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day

The Clemson University Bookstore invites you to their annual Faculty and Staff Appreciation Day on December 6th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. During this time, all university faculty and staff will receive 20% off all regularly priced items. The event will also include free refreshments and two drawings for door prizes. DJ Supa Man […]

Collect a bag of litter or more and get a free T-shirt on Solid Green Day

Clemson student picking up trash during Solid Green Day.

Clemson’s Solid Green Day is this Friday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Mell Hall Plaza. This year the Solid Green committee has teamed up with Grab-A-Bag SC, a litter pick-up campaign initiated by South Carolina Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette. Students, faculty and staff who volunteer will receive a bag to collect […]

Friday, Oct. 4 Walk & Roll to School details

Annual event encourages active forms of morning commutes  On Friday, October 4, two elementary schools and Clemson University will host a “Walk & Roll to School Day” to encourage students, teachers and parents to get out of the car and get active in their morning commutes. Clemson Elementary School, Clemson Montessori School and Clemson University […]

Inside Clemson takes hiatus

Thank you for reading Inside Clemson. As part of our constant effort to improve how we operate efficiently and effectively, our team in University Relations is evaluating how we deliver timely information to our internal audiences. We are aware of the onslaught of emails many of our faculty and staff receive each day. While Inside […]

Boosinger named interim dean, College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities

Photo of new dean

Tim Boosinger has been named interim dean for the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities while the University continues its search for permanent dean. His six-month appointment begins September 1, 2019.  To lead the college, Boosinger will draw from his previous experiences as an interim dean of Clemson’s College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences […]

Kuskowski named interim associate vice president for enrollment management

Director of Admissions and Enrollment

The provost has appointed David Kuskowski, director for University Admissions, as the interim associate vice president for enrollment management, effective September 6, 2019. Kuskowski will retain his position as director of admissions while assuming the role vacated by Chuck Knepfle. In his interim role, Kuskowski will manage the personnel, budgets, technology and operations of the Registrar’s Office, […]

eLearning Day, August 29

For important faculty planning resources and training in support of eLearning Day, scheduled for August 29, visit e-Learning Day Faculty Resources. This web portal provides the following resources: FAQs such as managing lab-type classes Optional Training: Three-day e-Learning blitz with instruction offered (45-minute sessions) Drop-in sessions Pre-recorded training video Canvas course template How to include […]

Summer construction to support main campus upgrades

A photograph dated 1965 showing the construction of a steam and electric distribution tunnel.

By Jackie Todd, University Relations In the mid-1950s, Clemson University installed main campus underground utilities to serve a student population of roughly 3,300 students. Dwight D. Eisenhower was president, a car cost around $2,200 and ran on gas that cost 18 cents a gallon. Modern day infrastructure needs supporting internet, personal computers and cell phones […]