Eugene T. Moore School of Education

 
The School of Education has a new social media presence! Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+ to learn about the school’s news, accomplishments, and impact on education -- in South Carolina and beyond. The ClemsonLIFE program will have additional growth opportunities thanks to a $100,000 gift from Clemson alumnus Bob Stanzione and his wife, Kaye. Antonis Katsiyannis is president-elect of the Council for Exceptional Children, the world's largest special/gifted education professional organization. Dr. Phinnize J. Fisher Middle School is the first STEAM middle school in Greenville County. Dr. Lindle has received the 2014 Distinguished Faculty Achievement Award in Research. Eugene T. Moore School of Education awarded $1.1 million grant in an effort to increase the number of college faculty focused on special education issues in high-needs schools. Research on importance of recess to be unveiled at the US Play Coalition’s 2015 Conference on the Value of Play. Clemson University’s Call Me MISTER program has received $1.3 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to work with Jackson State University in Mississippi. Robin Parks Ennis is a recipient of the E.G. “Ted” Carr Initial Researcher Award by the Association for Positive Behavior Support.