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College of Health, Education and Human Development

HEHDlines - October 2010

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.
The Clemson University Reading Recovery Training Center is excited to announce that it is an official partner with 15 other institutions of higher education.

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. The total grant worth $54.7 million includes $45.6 million from the USDE and a $9.1 million match of private funds. Clemson’s sub-award amount is $3,038,731. The monies will be used to train 3,750 Reading Recovery teachers nationwide ultimately bringing individual instruction to 90,000 struggling readers. These highly trained teachers will also serve an additional 405,000 struggling readers in a small group or classroom setting. more

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PRTM Students Study, Preach, & Practice

Students in PRTM study how recreation and leisure affects individuals’ lives and the community they live in.  This Fall semester, PRTM has put together a flag football team roster consisting of 17 PRTM graduate students, two PRTM undergraduate students, and one mechanical engineering student. more

Sharon Langlie, a graduate student in Clemson University’s Counseling Education (Student Affairs Administration) program, was one of 16 graduate students who participated in a new program from Semester at Sea called Student Affairs at Sea this summer.

Semester at Sea Uncharted Waters for Grads

Sharon Langlie, a graduate student in Clemson University’s Counseling Education (Student Affairs Administration) program, was one of 16 graduate students who participated in a new program from Semester at Sea called Student Affairs at Sea this summer. more

For over two years the National Dropout Prevention Center (NDPC) at Clemson University has been supporting the Lower Kuskokwim School District (LKSD) in NW Alaska with their efforts to reduce high school dropouts in 23 remote Yup’ik Eskimo villages. Alaska Dropouts Target of NDPC Project

For over two years the National Dropout Prevention Center at Clemson University has been supporting the Lower Kuskokwim School District in NW Alaska with their efforts to reduce high school dropouts in 23 remote Yup’ik Eskimo villages. One of Alaska's largest rural districts, LKSD services a 22,000 square mile area roughly the size of the state of West Virginia.  more

The Duke Energy Foundation wants to see people play more. The foundation has donated $5,000 to Clemson University to support the February Conference on the Value of Play, sponsored by the US Play Coalition and Clemson University’s department of parks, recreation and tourism management. Duke Energy Foundation Supports Value of Play

The Duke Energy Foundation wants to see people play more. The foundation has donated $5,000 to Clemson University to support the February Conference on the Value of Play, sponsored by the US Play Coalition and Clemson University’s department of parks, recreation and tourism management.  more

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Kelly Nalley, Fork Shoals School Spanish Teacher, Named South Carolina Teacher of the Year. SoE Alum Named SC Teacher of the Year

Kelly Nalley, Fork Shoals School Spanish Teacher, Named South Carolina Teacher of the Year. more

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. Cawthon named Diamond Honoree

Education prof Tony Cawthon recognized by ACPA as a 2011 Class of Diamond honoree. more

The year was 1967. Thurgood Marshall was sworn into the Supreme Court. That same year, Cindy Schraldi graduated with an Associate Degree in Nursing. Like Marshall, Schraldi was a first. She, along with the rest of her cohort, were the premier graduates of Clemson University earning a degree in nursing. Fast forward 43 years. One of a Kind RN

Schraldi was a first. She, along with the rest of her cohort, were the premier graduates of Clemson University earning a degree in nursing. Fast forward 43 years. more

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