College of Health, Education and Human Development

HEHDlines - September 2011

Dean Larry Allen held his annual meet & greet for incoming freshman dedicated to receiving a degree from the College of Health, Education, and Human Development. Students receive a brief presentation and introductions to HEHD administrators during the mid-September event.

Welcome To The 2011-2012 School Year

Welcome Back HEHD Students! Dean Larry Allen held his annual meet & greet for incoming freshman dedicated to receiving a degree from the College of Health, Education, and Human Development.  Students receive a brief presentation and introductions to HEHD administrators during the mid-September event. Read More
According to Clemson professor Windsor Sherrill, medical education is very traditional and regionalized, but she believes changing patient populations call for curriculum and instruction adaptations.

Crossing cultures and curricula

Having spent 10 years in health care administration before transitioning to academia, Windsor Sherrill describes her academic background as atypical. As a professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences, Sherrill has used her experience to bring a distinct perspective to teaching and research, engaging in projects that benefit not only Clemson students, but also medical students across the country. Read More
Stokes served as a teacher, a master teacher, assistant principal, assistant to the superintendent, and principal in Baltimore City Public Schools before retiring as principal in 1994.

J.A. Stokes to Speak at Tillman Hall

Mr. J.A. Stokes, a Civil Rights activist, will speak to Clemson University students, facutly, staff, and visitors on October 19, 2011, 7 pm, Tillman Hall Auditorium. Stokes was one of the student leaders of the student strike at Robert Russa Moton High School (the black high school) in Farmville, Virginia, in April 1951. The strike led to a federal lawsuit by the students and their parents against segregated schools in Farmville, Davis v. School Board of Prince Edward County. Read More

Three educational leadership doctoral students in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education have been named Jackson Scholars.

Three Education Ph.D. Candidates Named Jackson Scholars

Three educational leadership doctoral students in the Eugene T. Moore School of Education have been named Jackson Scholars. Chinasa Ordu, Edna Martinez, and James Vines have been named to the University Council of Educational Administration (UCEA) Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Network. Read More

During her time in Cameroon, Erin Hunter, second from left, worked with a pilot group of six women who were taught the skills of organic vegetable gardening, composting and budget planning.

It takes a college to help a village

Culture affects health. Education affects health. So does poverty. Studying how and why populations of people function and are affected by disease is fascinating. And it’s what drew Clemson alum Erin Hunter ’09 to Belgium, France, Guatemala and most recently, Cameroon, Africa. Read More
Bob Horton (l), a professor of secondary math education and Jeff Marshall, a science educator, both from the Clemson University Eugene T. Moore School of Education.

SoE Faculty Lead New Center of Academic Traning

Clemson University in South Carolina will be the home of an expanded professional development program for math teachers sponsored by Casio's Education Division. Known as the Center of Academic Training, the joint effort will implement ideas developed through Clemson's Inquiry in Motion Institute and its offshoot, the Center of Excellence for Inquiry in Mathematics and Science. Both programs are co-directed by Bob Horton, a professor of secondary math education at Clemson's school of education, and Jeff Marshall, a science educator. Read More

In this picture taken at Yosemite Falls, Mrs. Barker is holding the flag with Susie Irrizary ‘11, a National Scholar alum who is doing a Congressional internship and spending the summer at the Park. In the back is PRTM alum Matt Holly, who works in communication at Yosemite, and Clemson PRTM doctoral student Sue Vezeau is on the right.

PRTM Grad Featured in Scientific American Magazine

Matt Holly, PRTM graduate and Yosemite National Park ranger, was recently featured in Scientific American Magazine. Read More

The Riley Institute and South Carolina Future Minds are very pleased to announce that Clemson's Reading Recovery Training Center has been selected as one of three finalists for the Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence!

Reading Recovery Program Earns SC Award of Excellence

The Riley Institute and South Carolina Future Minds are very pleased to announce that Clemson's Reading Recovery Training Center has been selected as one of three finalists for the Dick and Tunky Riley WhatWorksSC Award for Excellence! Read More

Modern Learner website, a site dedicated to navigating the world of online and nontraditional learning, ranks HEHD's Master of Science in Human Resource Development with an 'A' grade and number two overall in online MBA/MHRD programs.

MHRD Program Receives "A" from Modern Learner

Modern Learner website, a site dedicated to navigating the world of online and nontraditional learning, ranks HEHD's Master of Science in Human Resource Development with an "A" grade and number two overall in online MBA/MHRD programs. Read More
The Joseph F. Sullivan Center is an academic, nurse-managed health center. The programs provided at the Center integrate classroom education with clinical service learning opportunities under the supervision of qualified advanced practice nurses and allied health professionals.

Acute Care Services Revamped at Sullivan Center

The Joseph F. Sullivan Center is an academic, nurse-managed health center.  The programs provided at the Center integrate classroom education with clinical service learning opportunities under the supervision of qualified advanced practice nurses and allied health professionals. Read More