Nancy Spitler

Nancy Spitler is the managing editor of Clemson World magazine. Her goal is to interest, intrigue and engage readers with the stories of Clemson. In her spare time, she enjoys pottery, gardening and wandering through antique stores.

Articles by Nancy Spitler

New Orleans Club members attend Manning Award Ceremony

More than 30 members of the New Orleans Clemson Club attended the Manning Award Ceremony ­on May 17th in support of this year’s recipient, Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson. Watson’s mother and aunt also attended the ceremony that is hosted by the Allstate Sugar Bowl. Brandon Streeter represented the football staff, and Stewart Summers represented the Alumni […]

Gantt scholars and donors recognized

Members of this year’s class of Gantt Scholars were recognized this spring at a reception that featured remarks by Jim Bostic ’69, Ph.D. ’72, the first African-American to receive a Ph.D. from Clemson, and Lee Gill, the University’s new chief diversity officer. The Clemson Black Alumni Council established the Harvey B. Gantt Scholarship Endowment Fund […]

2016 Distinguished Service Award

EVERY YEAR THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION accepts nominations for the Distinguished Service Award, the highest honor bestowed upon a former student. This year’s honorees are, as the name of the award says, a distinguished lot. They have been recognized by their peers professionally for impressive achievements. They have contributed to their communities both publicly and privately, serving […]

Clemson featured in Google college expeditions virtual reality project

Clemson is one of the featured participants in Google’s Expeditions Pioneer Program, a virtual reality project that will enable children in schools across the world to visit colleges and universities without ever stepping foot on the campuses. One of the locations the Google virtual campus tour will take students is Clemson’s historic Bowman Field. Clemson […]

A Plan Designed to Build Futures

Chuck Fish graduated from Clemson in 1982 with a bachelor of science in electrical engineering, and in 2012, he and his wife, Sue, made a commitment to establish an endowed fund, ultimately to leave their legacy and provide College of Engineering and Science students from out-of-state with a wonderful college experience. This commitment originated with […]