Clemson University has launched an initiative funded by a $3.4 million NSF ADVANCE grant to create an inclusive academic culture so women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to enter and remain in academia.
A collaboration between Clemson University and Ohio State University faculty has been published by the Institute for Education Policy at Johns Hopkins University. A faculty member from each university examined educational practices and policies for school counselors to enhance African American male students’ educational outcomes. Lamont A. Flowers, distinguished professor of educational leadership in Clemson’s […]
Katrina Meeks is following in her daughter’s footsteps today, a path she would have chosen had circumstances been different when she was considering college choices years ago. Daughter Courtney is in her second year of the MBA program at Clemson University, where she earned an undergraduate degree as well. “I originally wasn’t going to attend […]
Roy Jones, executive director of Call Me MISTER at Clemson University, will serve as a panelist at the 2016 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference in Arlington, Virginia, Oct. 23-26.
The College of Education will hold the first of three diversity curriculum and pedagogy labs on Oct. 5 to actively discuss diversity issues in an open and honest way while exploring how these issues might best be tackled in a classroom setting.
On Sept. 25, Ignorance Isn’t Bliss, a public educational forum intended to inform and unite the Clemson student body and city community, will take place at 4 p.m. in Tillman Auditorium.
“Stories on My Back,” an installation by Clemson Master of Fine Arts alumnus Richard Alexander Lou (’86) is opening the 2016-17 season in the Center for Visual Arts-Lee Gallery this month until Oct. 13.
Former NASA astronaut Dr. Mae C. Jemison will give the keynote address Tuesday at the Victor Hurst Convocation as Clemson University begins its academic year.
Land and nature can bind mankind together. That’s the theme of “The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with Nature,” a new book penned by Clemson University professor J. Drew Lanham.
April Gillens will live her dream and help Clemson University clear a racial hurdle on Thursday when she becomes the first African American to receive a doctorate in Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences from the University.
Responsible for two key aspects of ClemsonForward as it relates to graduate students, a new assistant dean for professional development and inclusive excellence will join the Graduate School staff on August 15 to help Clemson improve the quality of graduate education and expand diversity, inclusion and equity throughout the University community. Tia N. Dumas is […]
Clemson University’s efforts to attract top talent and enhance diversity are paying off threefold, as the department of bioengineering prepares to welcome a new assistant professor to the faculty and two postdoctoral researchers remain on track to join next year.
The United States Department of Education has invited representatives of Call Me MISTER to attend the National Summit on Teacher Diversity on May 6 in Washington, D.C.
The Clemson University Charles H. Houston Center will host the Clemson Career Workshop this summer for rising high school seniors. The summer residential workshop combines learning opportunities with sessions on college preparation and life skills that will increase the likelihood of success for a diverse population of eventual underclassmen. Students will attend the workshop from […]
April Gillens, a doctoral student in Clemson’s environmental and engineering science (EES) program, is combining forensics and nuclear research to help keep us safe from nuclear terrorism and dangerous nuclear trafficking. A native of Eutawville, S.C., Gillens’ research in nuclear forensics looks for unique carbon fingerprints associated with particular elements of nuclear materials, which would aid […]