From the Chair
Greetings! As I write these words we are in the midst of a worldwide pandemic unlike few others. At Clemson, we are working to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and larger community, and as such, have moved classes online and suspended all events until the end of the spring semester.
Fortunately, we live in a time where computing is helping us stay connected even though we can’t all physically be together. Technology has made it possible for us to survive, and even thrive. It’s keeping us connected through video conferencing and social media, and our networks, though stressed, are holding up to the increased demand.
I invite you in our spring newsletter to see how the Clemson School of Computing is addressing societal challenges. Research on how to avoid the negative consequences of social media, new collaboration technologies, managing Alzheimer’s, and advanced manufacturing are only some of our stories. We wish you good health and look forward to hearing from you, but until then, Go Computing and Go Tigers!
Amy Apon, PhD
C. Tycho Howle Director, School of Computing