Carrie McCain, 2010 graduate of the M.Ed. Counselor Education School Counseling program, and Claire Barnett, 2001 graduate of the M.Ed. Guidance and Counseling program, were awarded the 2013-14 School Counseling Positive Impact Award.
Eugene T. Moore School of Education doctoral students Kenyae Reese and Matthew Della Sala have been invited to attend the annual David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy.
Undergraduate Special Education students, Christy Monroe and Kirsten Nelson, presented with faculty at the November 2012 Council of Exceptional Children (CEC), Teacher Education Division, conference.
Dr. Jane Clark Lindle has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 LTEL-SIG Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research. This award recognizes a distinguished record of excellence in research related to teaching and learning in Educational Leadership and Administration. Read more.
Dabo's All In Team® Foundation has donated $30,000 to ClemsonLIFE.The mission of the ClemsonLIFE Program at Clemson University is to provide a coordinated course of study that includes career exploration and preparation along with self-awareness, discovery, and personal improvement through a framework of courses, job internships, and community participation. Read more.