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College of Arts and Humanities

Philip D Randall

Philip D Randall

Principal Lecturer

Department of English
Office: 302 Strode

M.A. Professional Communication, Clemson University; B.A. Journalism, University of Missouri

Curriculum Vitae


English 3150: Science Writing; English 1030: Composition and Rhetoric; STS 1010

Phil Randall graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a bachelor of journalism degree and spent much of his career in the news business. He has worked for the Greenville News, St. Petersburg Times, and USA Today, and other newspapers; written for Spartanburg Magazine; edited the Accreditation Standards of the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems; and edited Elysian magazine.

He has a master's degree in professional communication from Clemson University and has taught at Clemson since 2004. He won the Holman Award for teaching in 2011. He has served as the faculty advisor for the Clemson Academic Team, the Advanced Writing Committee and Faculty Friends. He is a member of Faculty Commons and the Pearce Center faculty.

His special interests are Writing Across the Curriculum, Writing in the Disciplines, science and medical writing, and how science, technology and society have interacted to produce the world we live in.

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