Clemson University’s College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities Friday announced a robust slate of events for the second half of its year-long series “Race and the University.”
Clemson University will host a variety of events next week to honor the lasting legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
“MLK week has transitioned into asking, ‘What does MLK’s dream look like in today’s world?’ and ‘How can we continue to live that dream?’” Many students see the point of the week as hosting a multi-ethnic, campus-wide celebration of inclusion and different perspectives.
Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education at Clemson University, was recognized in the Journal of Blacks in Higher Education as being one of nine African-Americans in the nation who hold distinguished professorships in education. Flowers is the Distinguished Professor of Educational […]
Creating a welcoming space on campus for individuals of the LGBTQ community, GSA provides a place for straight individuals to partner with other members of the Clemson Family. Their efforts are aimed at making all of campus feel safer for everyone.
Roy Jones knows firsthand that no one succeeds alone. And he knows that creating opportunity for young men who may be overlooked or “written off” makes a world of difference in their lives and, in turn, can influence hundreds or even thousands of others.
Clemson student Stephen Smallwood is one of more than 100 veterans in Clemson's student body. He is completing his degree at Clemson through the Army's Green to Gold Active Duty Option program, which allows active-duty soldiers to attend college and earn a commission as an Army officer.
Craig S. Wilder, author and professor of American history at M.I.T., will speak at 5 p.m.Wednesday at Clemson University's Tillman Hall. Wilder will discuss his groundbreaking book, "Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities."
Brian L. Johnson, the seventh president of Tuskegee University, will be the keynote speaker for Clemson University’s 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Service Jan. 20, 2015.
The National Institutes of Health announced Tuesday that Clemson University is part of the Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity consortium with The University of Texas at El Paso to increase diversity in the NIH-funded workforce.
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Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education, led a presentation at the 2014 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference, sponsored by the White House Initiative on HBCUs, in Washington, D.C., September 22-23. His session, “Advancing Educational Outcomes in Science, Technology, […]
It’s often hard to explain the unique bond that Clemson alumni share, but if there’s one word that describes the Clemson Family, it’s commitment. Clemson graduates are dedicated to giving back and thinking ahead — a practice that both benefits future students and the future of the University.
Clemson University's College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities will explore "Race and the University: A Campus Conversation" throughout this academic year with a series of events, exhibitions and discussions beginning in September. The series’ purpose is to create greater awareness of and encourage open conversations about Clemson's history as it relates to race and diversity.