CCIT This Week: Avoid Falling Victim to Email Scams, Make Your Own Logos in Illustrator

Tara Stone, CCIT Communications
Jan. 30, 2023

CCIT This Week: Tips, news, and what's happening this week in CCITWelcome to CCIT This Week, where we give you a rundown of news, tips, upcoming maintenance and more. This page will be updated throughout the week. Follow us on Twitter @ClemsonIT for daily information and timely updates.


Students—don’t get scammed!
A new email scam targeting students promises a paycheck for office supplies. Another recent scam attempt is the “job offer scam” via email. These emails are typically for job offers or internships that promise a weekly paycheck of $300-$400. Typically in these email phishing campaigns, the cybercriminals are impersonating a Clemson professor. One of the indicators that it is not a legitimate email is that it is from a Gmail address instead of a account. Forward any suspicious email to

Learn how to make your own logos in Illustrator in this Makerspace workshop!
Join the Adobe Studio and Clemson Makerspace on Wednesday, February 1 at 3 p.m. to learn how to create your own logos. You’ll learn the fundamentals of a good logo and how to take those into Adobe Illustrator and make your very own! Registration is required; all workshops are held in the Adobe Studio located on the fifth floor of Cooper Library.

Clemson Online will lead a presentation on using formative and summative assessments in Canvas!
Join Clemson Online on Wednesday, February 1 at 1:30 p.m. to learn the difference between these types of assessments, which one to use based on your course learning objectives, and how to use Canvas to deliver them effectively.

The third installment of the GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series is this Friday!
The next workshop is “Working with Tabular Data in GIS” on Friday, February 3. Sessions will be held online on Fridays from 1-4 p.m.

A great New Year’s resolution: learn a new skill!
Clemson students and employees have free access to Percipio, which offers a ton of courses, books, audiobooks and more to boost your professional development in a wide range of topics.

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