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December 2013: School of Education receives reaccreditation

November 2013: Knoeppel wins national education finance research, service award

October 2013: Center to study STEM career-development program

October 2013: Wells Fargo gives $500,000 to Clemson programs

September 2013: Three Doctoral Students Awarded SREB State Fellowships

September 2013: Clemson, Harvard symposium focuses on education access

September 2013: Professors' proposed application may help children's writing skills

September 2013: Houston Center's Flowers speaks to Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

August 2013: Tony Cawthon named Alumni Distinguished Professor

July 2013: Ag Ed professor Tom Dobbins receives agriculture teaching award

June 2013: Education graduate earns Fulbright Assistantship

June 2013: Underserved S.C. students emerge as scholars in Clemson program

June 2013: Clemson professor named Edmund W. Gordon Fellow

June 2013: Alumna Named 2013 South Carolina History Teacher of the Year

May 2013: MAT Middle Level Program students work with Pendleton Elementary 5th & 6th Graders

April 2013: Charles H. Houston Center, executive director participating in Black Male Symposium

April 2013: New Book Tells Story of Call Me MISTER Program

March 2013: Havice given 2013 Clemson University Outstanding Women Award

February 2013: Tony Cawthon named Faculty Fellow of Association for Student Affairs Administrators

February 2013: Ryan Provides Insight Into Child Restraint

January 2013: Dr. Joe Ryan interviewed on Anderson Cooper Live

January 2013: SoE Professor Interviewed About State Teacher Evaluation System

January 2013: Thomas Green Clemson Award for Excellence Awarded to Bob Horton

December 2012: Lamont A. Flowers recognized by National Association for Multicultural Education

November 2012: Clemson Reading Recovery program receives award from Riley Institute

September 2012: Clemson’s Lamont Flowers to serve on Black Male Achievement Research Collaborative

June 2012: School of Education collaborates with P12 schools in novel approach to school improvement

May 2012: James W. Satterfield, Jr. — Outstanding Young Alumnus Award Recipient

May 2012: Clemson professor named Extraordinary Educator by honor society

May 2012: Clemson partners with state in Reading Recovery program

May 2012: Dr. Delayne Johnson Named 1st Recipient Dr. Jennifer L. Wilson Teaching Excellence Award 2012

April 2012: Committed to Clemson: Tony Cawthon continually seeks to serve

April 2012: Clemson professor wins top honor from National Science Teachers Association

March 2012: Wells Fargo supports Call Me Mister, Emerging Scholars programs

February 2012: Literacy Research Association Yearbook returns to Clemson

December 2011:Linda Gambrell Received the Oscar Causey Award

December 2011: Cawthon Named Faculty Rep to CU’s Board of Trustees

October 2011: Clemson’s TigersTeach receives $1.2 million to recruit teachers from STEM disciplines

October 2011: Modern Learner ranks School of Education's masters program in Human Resource Development #2
Modern Learner ranks School of Education's masters program in Human Resource Development #2 for an MBA alternative.

August 2011: Clemson-Barnwell First Steps Partnership named finalist for WhatWorksSC award

June 2011: Casio designates Clemson University as its Center of Academic Training

June 2011: A-B-C Read: Reading Recovery program, a safe shore for first-graders

May 2011: Linda Gambrell appointed co-editor of Reading Research Quarterly.

March 2011: Hans Klar, assistant professor of educational leadership, has won The 2011 American Educational Research Association (AERA) LSI SIG Dissertation of the Year award.

January 2011: MAT Program Awarded NSF Grant to Host Conferences
Clemson University has been awarded a $575,000 National Science Foundation grant to host regional conferences in Greenville during the next three years.

September 2010: Reading Recovery® Partner in $54 Million Grant
The Clemson University Reading Recovery Training Center is excited to announce that it is an official partner with 15 other institutions of higher education and lead applicant The Ohio State University in the Investing in Innovation Fund grant, Reading Recovery: Scaling Up What Works.

September 2010: Cawthon named ACPA Foundation 2011 Class of Diamond Honorees  
Tony Cawthon, Chair of Leadership, Counselor Education, and Human and Organizational Development and Professor in student affairs, has been recognized by ACPA (College student Education International) as a 2011 Class of Diamond honoree.

September 2010: Curtis Brewer, 2010-11 SC Education Policy Fellowship Program Class
Curtis A. Brewer, faculty member of educational leadership, has been accepted as a 2010-11 class of the South Carolina Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP).

July 2010: Call me MISTER® Celebrates 10 Years
The Call Me MISTER program, under the directorship of Clemson’s Roy Jones, celebrates 10 years of the national initiative to increase the pool of available teachers from diverse backgrounds and cultures.

July 2010: Tony Cawthon Receives International Association Award
At the June 2010 conference of the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International in Austin, Texas, Tony W. Cawthon received the Research and Publication Award.

May 2010: Secondary Education Alumna Named 2010 SC State Teacher of the Year
Kelly Nalley, Fork Shoals School Spanish Teacher, Named South Carolina Teacher of the Year. Nalley graduated with a bachelors degree in secondary education from Clemson's School of Education. 

May 2010: ClemsonLIFE and It’s Program Coordinator Win Awards
ClemsonLIFE received the Outstanding Transition Program Award by the The South Carolina Division on Career Development and Transition.  This award is presented to a program which effectively prepares students with disabilities to make the transition from school to the community and employment.

February 2010: Special Education's Joe Ryan Called to Haiti
Dr. Joe Ryan, assistant professor in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education, was recalled to active duty January 2010 to serve as the Lead of the Operational Planning Team (OPT) for Commander U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command (U.S. FOURTH FLEET) in support of the Haiti Humanitarian Assistance / Disaster Relief (HA/DR) efforts.

January 2010: Dr. Roy Jones of Call me MISTER® Invited to Capitol Hill
Roy Jones, director of the national Call Me MISTER program, has been invited to be a guest panelist for a Capitol Hill briefing in January 2010 regarding the College Board’s Minority Males project, an initiative designed to explore the educational challenges affecting young minority men in the United States.

January 2010: International Teachers Arrive in Clemson for professional exchange program
"International Leaders in Education Program (ILEP) brings outstanding secondary teachers from the Near East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Africa, and Latin America to the United States to further develop expertise in their subject areas, enhance their teaching skills, and increase their knowledge about the United States.

November 2009: Melvene Hardee Award Recipient
Pam Havice, associate professor of student affairs, is the 2009 recipient of the Melvene Hardee Award, given at the Southern Association for College Student Affairs conference held in November 2009.

November 2009: NABSE Award
Dr. Lamont A. Flowers, distinguished professor of educational leadership and Director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of Black Experience in Education, has been awarded the National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) W.E.B. Dubois Higher Education Award.

Augsut 2009: Video made by PhD student and instructor to be included in Smithsonian Exhibit

June 2009: Clemson University’s International Center on Service-Learning in Teacher Education is bringing together teacher educators from around the world to Ireland on 25 June 2009 for the Second International Conference on Service-Learning in Teacher Education on the campus of the National University of Ireland Galway.

May 2009: Lienne Federico Medford, associate professor and coordinator of the Master of Arts in Teaching Professor Earns National Teacher of Honor Recognition.

January 2009: The School of Education is hosting 14 teachers from 11 countries during the spring semester for a professional exchange program made possible by a $129,000  US Department of State and Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs grant implemented by IREX (International Research & Exchanges Board).

January 2009: Nine campuses have been recognized for outstanding international initiatives by the Institute of International Education with a 2009 Andrew Heiskell Award for Innovation in International Education.

January 2009: ClemsonLIFE™ Program highlighted out of 120 post secondary programs by University Business Magazine’s November issue.