Perseverance has been a guiding principle in the life of Frankie Felder from her days as one of the first black undergraduates to integrate Virginia Commonwealth University to being the first African-American to serve as dean at Clemson University when she came to the campus in 1987.
In his role as director of student development at Clemson, Benardo Dargan believes that developing strong student leadership begins by supporting his staff.
By Julia Turner, Class of 2014, Office of Media Relations For Leon Wiles, the Civil Rights Era was a time for change…and for inspiration. The young Cincinnati, Ohio native saw and lived through injustices against people of color and was motivated by the efforts of Martin Luther King, Jr., Lerone Bennett, Dick Gregory, Andrew Young […]
By Julia Turner, Class of 2014 Office of Media Relations In honor of Black History month, Inside Clemson is featuring Clemson faculty and staff who are promoting and expanding racial diversity. One such supporter is Dr. Abel A. Bartley. Director of the Pan-African Studies program, Bartley is a staunch advocate to the cultural exchange. “The […]