Sarah Dickenson of Lexington, a senior in Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, received the Council for Elementary Science International (CESI) Muriel Green Award. The award recognizes outstanding new elementary science teachers or pre-service teachers and assists them in becoming more active in the science education community. Dickenson accepted the award at a recent CESI luncheon held in conjunction with the National Science Teacher Association Conference in Chicago. Read more.
Students of the Eugene T. Moore School of Education were honored for their achievements during the 2014-2015 academic year at the annual Honors and Awards Ceremony, held April 11 in Clemson's Tillman Hall. The recipients are as follows: Blue Key Academic and Leadership Award - Emma Jackson, Phi Kappa Phi Certificate of Merit - Lillian Garrison, Undergraduate Emerging Leader Award - Katie Reed, Williston Wightman Klugh Award – Sydney Childs, Shannon Frydenlund, and Makenzie Mikesell, Morris A. King Award of Excellence – Amy Scheuer and Ashleigh Stoddard, Phi Delta Kappa Award – Lisa Andriate and Wesley Carwile, John C. Richardson Award for Excellence in Special Education – Alexis Craft, Learn, Serve, Care Award – Kara Maher and Abigail Seelig, American Legion Award – Madeleine Mayer and Creg McAda, Certificate of Recognition for Excellence – Paula Holder, McCready Hunter, Mackenzie Hutchins, Allison Jennett, Susan LaBoone, Macara Oshida, Lucy Steer, Emma Templeton, Miranda Warnock, Kayla Watkins, and Meghan Weedon. Read more.
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. The two presentations - “Enhancing Teacher Education through Creative Inquiry” and “Measuring Impact on P-12 Student Learning in Teacher Preparation Programs” were well received, and the students received many affirmations from faculty attending the conference. Other members of the Creative Inquiry group contributing to the presentations are Shelby Arneberg and Shannon McNellis.
Larry Ochieng, Elementary Education and Call Me MISTER® student, has been awarded the 2011 S.C. Association of Family and Consumer Science Annual Student Award. Ochieng went with several Clemson students to Guatemala where he taught English to 240 students each day for a week.