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.
The issues that face our world are distinctly human problems. But computers can go a long way toward offering solutions.
Student Lawrence Reed speaks with his hands every day as he learns American Sign Language (ASL), but more importantly, as he navigates how to communicate in another language.
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.
Coffee’s passion for food is enough to make her a top-notch professor, but her wide range of industry experience is what truly sets her apart.
By Julia Turner, Class of 2014 Office of Media Relations Altheia Richardson has seen a lot of change in her 22 years at Clemson. And one of her biggest priorities is promoting diversity among the university’s student population. Toward that end, the assistant vice president for Student Affairs has advocated for programs that […]
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 […]
Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of Clemson University’s Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education, discussed strategies for increasing student diversity in gifted education at a recent conference sponsored by the Council of the Great City Schools.
Clemson University Clemson professor Shaundra “Shani” Daily started out as a gymnast and danced her way into the field of affective computing. Daily’s dancing days sparked creative project ideas that blend the arts with science, technology and engineering. Her innovative style caught the attention of nationally recognized news magazine Diverse Issues in Higher Education, which […]
The man responsible for Clemson University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration played a role in helping the nation celebrate King with the opening and dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial in Washington, D.C.