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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, […]

New employee spotlight: Elizabeth Chapman

A new Clemson employee attending new employee orientation

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 […]

Search for Chief Diversity Officer continues

We are continuing our search for a Chief Diversity Officer, who will have a key role in implementing the diversity plan I outlined for the Board of Trustees in July. The plan was developed after dozens of meetings with faculty, staff, students and alumni about how to improve the climate for diversity and inclusion at […]

Update on the search for a Chief Diversity Officer

By Bob Jones Executive Vice president for Academic Affairs and Provost The search for Clemson’s new Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) continues. Two well-regarded candidates recently participated in on-campus interviews and forums. After receiving great feedback from the campus community, we will be seeking additional candidates who have the knowledge, talent and enthusiasm to drive Clemson […]

Time honored tradition: Volunteer for First Friday parade

 by Nikki Williamson Associate Director for Student Programs Campus Activities and Events Everyone loves a parade. And this one is special because it is one of Clemson’s time-honored traditions. Here’s your chance to be involved. Registration is now open for groups and departments to participate in the 2015 First Friday Parade, coordinated by Central Spirit. One of Clemson’s […]

Clemson to celebrate Founder’s Day April 7

April 7 is no ordinary Tuesday. On that date, Clemson will commemorate the 127th anniversary of Thomas Green Clemson’s death, which set forth the chain of events that led to the eventual founding of Clemson University. Clemson University’s Tiger Brotherhood will host its traditional Founder’s Day service at 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, at St. Paul’s […]

Water tower to come down

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Clemson’s skyline will change in a few weeks. The 200,000-gallon water tower that stands next to Clemson House at S.C. 93 and U.S. 123 will be dismantled beginning this week. Built in 1950, the 155-foot structure, according to the university’s Housing and Dining Services department, will take about […]

Clemson launches search for three key positions

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Clemson University has launched a national search for three leadership positions. Clemson is seeking candidates for vice president of research, associate provost and dean of the Graduate School and dean of the University Libraries. “As we focus on Clemson’s vision and priorities, we need collaborative leaders in place […]

Construction updates: Fort Hill Street to reopen; Centennial Boulevard to close

By Jackie Todd, Office of Media Relations Fort Hill Street to reopen this week It’s about to get a little easier to travel through the heart of Clemson’s main campus. Fort Hill Street, which closed Oct. 26 to accommodate Core Campus construction, will reopen on Nov. 21, according to James Bonney, associate director of residential […]