Regulatory Services

SSAOAC Meeting

The Southern Section of Association of Official Analytical Chemists (SSAOAC) meets in Atlanta every spring. This year it was April 18 – 19, 2023. It is an all-volunteer organization.  Beth Hardin has served on the Board of Directors for the last 5 years and continues to do so as the chairperson of the Registration Committee.  […]

Regulatory Employee Get Together – May 18

Attention All!  We are planning a fun outing on May 18th for anyone within Regulatory Services that are interested.  We will be attending the CU Baseball game at Doug Kingsmore Stadium on campus on May 18th at 6pm.  Admission is free to all Clemson employees and their immediate families. Tickets are acquired with Clemson employee […]

Regulatory Lab Meeting

The first All Labs Lunch and Learn was held Friday, March 31, 2023, from 12:00 pm until 2:00 pm.  It was a great setting to get to know what everybody is currently doing and what they plan to do in the future.  Everybody shared ideas and skill sets needed to be consistent in the Regulatory […]

Upcoming Trainings

Below are a few of past and upcoming lunch and learn trainings for Regulatory Services that will be held in the Emeritus College Conference Room. Training Highlight CPR First Aid Training  was conducted by Anderson Area YMCA for the Regulatory team on Wednesday, April 26, 2023.  There were 22 participants.  Everybody learned CPR, basic first […]

Director’s Message

Greetings Regulatory Family, I hope this note finds you all doing well and enjoying the early stages of spring.  Watching the trees bud out and the flowers bloom is a reminder of the change each season brings.  Without fail, we can count on Mother Nature passing the baton from winter to spring, spring to summer, […]

November 2022

Asian Longhorned Beetle infested tree map South Carolina

Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) Cooperative Eradication Program Community Update INTRODUCTION:          We want to keep you informed about the Asian Longhorned Beetle (ALB) infestation in South Carolina, as supportive community relationships are essential to the success of eradicating the beetle. This update is being issued to established collaborators, communities, and stakeholders, and we invite you to […]

Steve Compton: On dirt roads, sweet tea and invasive species

The only creatures who are happy to hear that Stephen Compton has retired are invasive species. As a top hand for the Department of Plant Industry, Compton drew a bead on some of the most wanted criminal critters in the state, managing statewide programs for fire ants, invasive species eradication and the noxious weed survey. […]

Diagnostic Clinic leader retires with a world of experience

Meg Williamson

When you consider the countless hours Meg Williamson has spent analyzing literally thousands upon thousands of samples in the Plant and Pest Diagnostic Clinic, it’s easy to think of her as a consummate scientist. She is, of course. But that’s far from all she is. Meg is also a teacher, and among the people who […]

Kristal Dysinger, new Regulatory hire, runs a tight ship

Kristal Dysinger may be one of Regulatory Services’ newest employees, but when you meet her you can’t help but feel you’ve known her for years. A hometown girl from just across the river in Hartwell, Ga., Kristal will probably be among the first to greet you at the CAT Building, where she’s an administrative specialist […]

ALB Technician Gus Elmore

Gus Elmore grew up in Crouse, N.C., a small town near Charlotte. His appreciation for the outdoors started during childhood growing up on a small family farm. After high school he followed that appreciation to UNC-Chapel Hill where he studied Biology and Environmental Studies with a focus on Ecology. Through an internship working in the […]