Clemson University: Engineering and Science Education

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Dr. Lisa Benson is a recipient of the NSF Faculty Early CAREER Development Award for her project
Lisa Benson, Assistant Professor in Engineering and Science Education, is a recipient of the National Science Foundation (NSF) ... [more...]
Dr. Melanie Cooper received the Class of 1939 Award for Excellence
Congratulations to Dr. Melanie Cooper who has received the Class of 1939 Award for Excellence ... [more...]
Learning pays off: Clemson researchers find that the most productive scientists are those that love learning about science
A study by two Clemson researchers, Drs. Zahra Hazari and Geoff Potvin, recently published in Physical Review Special Topics ... [more...]
Science as Art
The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious... the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art ... [more...]
Engineering and Science Education Seminar Series
Every fall and spring semester, the Department of Engineering and Science Education sponsors a weekly seminar series ... [more...]
Dr. Zahra Hazari awarded $600,000 National Science Foundation Career Award
Clemson assistant professor of Engineering & Science Education and Mathematical Sciences, Zahra Hazari, has been awarded ... [more...]
Class of 2010 Graduates Reflect on Time at Clemson as They Prepare for Their Next Steps
As an incoming freshman, Walter Lee thought he'd put in four years at Clemson then go make some money. ... [more...]
Engineering and Science Education Seminar Spring 2010
This semester, the weekly Engineering and Science Education seminar series will continue as a joint venture between the Department of ... [more...]
Dr. Julie Trenor Wins National Science Foundation CAREER Award
Assistant Professor Julie Trenor was awarded a National Science Foundation CAREER award, the foundation's most prestigious award in support of ... [more...]
Undergraduate Researcher Wins First Place in Student Poster Competition at the Louis Stokes-South Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation
Industrial Engineering Senior Brianne' Flemming won first place in the state-wide undergraduate research poster competition at the Louis Stokes ... [more...]
Engineering and Science Education Graduate Student Recognized for Excellence in Teaching and Research
Graduate Student Marisa Orr has been awarded the Mechanical Engineering Departmental Graduate Teaching Assistant Award for 2008/2009 ... [more...]
ME student named ASME Graduate Teaching Fellow
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Graduate Teaching Fellowship Program was established to encourage outstanding graduate students ... [more...]
Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Special Grant Program in the Chemical Sciences
The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation has recently informed Dr. Melanie Cooper, a faculty member in the Clemson department of chemistry... [more...]
College of Engineering and Science Faculty Win Workshop Award at 2008 Frontiers in Education Conference
Lisa Benson, Bill Moss, Scott Schiff, Sherrill Biggers and Marisa Orr have been selected to receive the Helen Plants Award for the Best Nontraditional Session... [more...]
Clemson chemists present revolutionary teaching concepts
Clemson University researchers want to strengthen chemistry skills starting at the molecular level and are introducing revolutionary ways for high school- and ... [more...]
Gender bias found in student ratings of high school science teachers
CLEMSON - A study of 18,000 biology, chemistry and physics students has uncovered notable gender bias in student ratings of high school science teachers... [more...]
Engineering and Science Education Seminar Spring 2009
The Engineering and Science Education Department is pleased to announce the roster of speakers for our seminar series this semester, which will be held on Fridays... [more...]
Graduate student Charity Watson to work as a graduate research assistant on a Harvard University project
Charity Watson, a graduate student in the Department of Mathematical Sciences, will join the "Factors Influencing College Success in Mathematics (FICS-Math)" [more...]
Doctoral student Denise Grant named Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Doctoral Scholar
The Southern Regional Education Board seeks to support women and minority students pursuing a PhD with plans to become faculty members in a postsecondary... [more...]
E&SE Chair Melanie Cooper receives NSF grant
Cooper and collaborator Mike Klymkowsky (University of Colorado, ) recently received a grant for $500,000 to develop a new chemistry curriculum... [more...]
Doctoral student Denise Grant named Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) Doctoral Scholar
The Southern Regional Education Board seeks to support women and minority students pursuing a PhD with plans to become faculty members in a postsecondary institution. [more...]
E&SE Chair Melanie Cooper receives NSF grant
Cooper and collaborator Mike Klymkowsky (University of Colorado, ) recently received a grant for $500,000 to develop a new chemistry curriculum... [more...]
ESE professor to lead Women in Engineering ProActive Network (WEPAN)
Dr. Julie Trenor will serve WEPAN in a three year term as President-Elect, President, and Past President. WEPAN is the nation's leading organization and catalyst for... [more...]
Congratulations to Randy Hutchison on receiving a Public Service and Agriculture Next Generation Graduate Fellowship (PSA-NGGF)
Randy is a PhD student in Bioengineering, and is working with Dr. Lisa Benson on bridging human motion research with engineering education. [more...]
Engineering and Science Education Seminar Series, Fall 2008
The Engineering and Science Education Department is pleased to announce a seminar series beginning this semester, which will be held on Fridays, 3:30 - 4:30 [more...]
Krishna Madhavan receives NSF CAREER Award
Krishna Madhavan, assistant professor of engineering and science education & computing, has been awarded the National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER award... [more...]
Certificate in Engineering and Science Education approved
The Department of Engineering and Science Education is pleased to offer graduate students in the College of Engineering and Science the opportunity to earn ... [more...]
Eugene T. Moore School of Education's Moore Issues in Education Fall 2007 Forum Series
We would like to invite you to the second speaking engagement of the Eugene T. Moore School of Education's Moore Issues in Education Fall 2007 Forum Series... [more...]
ESE Dept. Established at Clemson
The College of Engineering and Science broke new ground in the Fall of 2006 with the establishment of the Department of Engineering and Science Education. Associate dean for... [more...]
CU wins 2007 HP Technology Leadership Award
More than $1.2 million in HP Tablet PCs, cash and professional development awarded to 10 U.S. colleges and universities to enhance teaching and learning... [more...]