Playing to learn: game-based education focus of Clemson summit
How can computer games help America’s schoolchildren learn? That’s the central question to be explored at the 2014 Playful Learning Summit May 16-17 at Clemson. Read more
Virtual-reality teaching method involves 'Cha Cha Slide'
Shannon can do the “Cha Cha Slide,” and the virtual character will be rebooted over the next year as part of a Clemson research project that could help explain whether real-world movement helps students — especially girls — learn. Read more
Nursing research connects sleep, sedation with ICU delirium
School of Nursing researchers say that providing better sleep quality and proper sedation for ICU patients will decrease their levels of delirium. Read more
International conference on play draws researchers to Clemson
The US Play Coalition’s 2014 Conference on the Value of Play will be held at Clemson, complete with a Play Day Proclamation by new Clemson President James P. Clements. Read more
Winning 'the game of life'
Roscoe Crosby was on top of the world as a two-sport standout and new Clemson football star. But after a series of setbacks 14 years ago that ended his athletic and academic career, he is back at Clemson as a Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management major Read more
‘It’s personal’: School of Nursing grad embraces mission to control tobacco use
When it comes to nursing alum Pam Buffington Redmon’s passion to control tobacco, it’s personal. She has parlayed that passion to affect change worldwide that will make a difference in the lives of first-generation Clemson students. Read more
Professor's message and mission: 'No woman should die of cervical cancer'
During Cervical Health Awareness Month in January, public health sciences professor Rachel Mayo has an important message — one that she is sharing with African-American women throughout the Palmetto State. Read more
Educational leadership Ph.D. students selected for Clark seminar
Two School of Education doctoral students have been invited to attend the annual David L. Clark National Graduate Student Research Seminar in Educational Administration and Policy. Read more
Nursing simulation experience preps students for life after graduation
Before graduation, Clemson nursing students crossed an important threshold on their way to becoming nursing professionals. Read more