The Clemson Family welcomes Elizabeth Chapman to the Division of Research.
Elizabeth Chapman, a 2003 Clemson University alumna, returns to Clemson as an export control analyst and assistant facility security officer. “My family and I are very excited that I am working at Clemson again,” Chapman said. “I always consider Clemson home, and I am thankful for the opportunity to return.” Before joining Clemson in this new position, Chapman worked for Behavioral Health Services of Pickens County as a researcher and therapist. Previously, Chapman had conducted research at Clemson through various research grants. She leverages 15 years of experience in the addictions field and more than 10 years of research experience. She earned a B.S. in therapeutic recreation from Clemson, a master’s degree in professional counseling from Liberty University and various certifications and licenses in addictions and professional counseling.
Chapman has lived in South Carolina her entire life. She grew up in Pickens, S.C., and she now commutes from Easley, S.C., where she lives with her husband, two sons and two cats. She is extremely proud of her various educational and career accomplishments in counseling and research, as well as her family who inspires her every day.