This week's Student Affairs Talk podcast features Clemson senior Jacob Crotts. A native of Sumter, South Carolina, he is fully immersed in the Clemson Experience as a member of both student government and the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
This week's podcast features Suzanne Price, director of residential learning within Clemson University Housing and Dining. Her affiliation with the university is deep, having owned master's and doctorate degrees from Clemson and worked within various capacities in the Division of Student Affairs.
This week's episode features junior elementary education major A.J. Richard, a native of Tennessee by way of the Palmetto State. He is the undergraduate president of Call Me MISTER and has been active in both Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) and New Student Orientation.
This week we were joined by Bill Daniel, chief of Clemson University's Fire and EMS Department. He graduated from Clemson in 1985 and a year later joined the department as a full-time firefighter and paramedic. He elevated to the chief's position in 2001.
This week's podcast features Neil Burton, executive director of Clemson's Center for Career and Professional Development. He was named CCPD's executive director after working with the Cooperative Education program and has seen Clemson's career services consistently ranked among the nation's best by The Princeton Review.
This week's podcast features Garcy Lawson, a sophomore from the Miami, Florida area. The philosophy major dropped by to discuss her many roles on campus, as well as her interests in the sports world and the impact of the National Championship in football on her family.
This week's podcast features Matt Innocenti, a junior business management major from Charlotte, North Carolina. He is heavily involved with Campus Recreation, working currently as a facility operations manager. He is also a member of student government and serves on the Inclusion and Equity Committee.
This week's podcast features Kate Radford, a 2012 graduate from Clemson University with a master's degree in counselor education (with a student affairs focus). She is an associate director of Student Involvement & Leadership, a component within the Campus Life umbrella. She was named one of the 2018 Student Affairs Employees of the Year and is an upcoming staff recipient of the Board of Trustees Award for Excellence.
This week's podcast features Brandy Page of the university development office. She is a 2005 graduate from the University of Georgia, but has fully converted to Clemson orange after nine years at the school. She is heavily involved in the cultivation of key relationships with prospective donors to support programs, services and facilities enhancing the Clemson Experience for students.
This week's podcast features Mason Hammond, a senior economics major from Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. He chairs the health and human services committee for Clemson Undergraduate Student Government (CUSG) and is set to work for SunTrust following graduation in May.