What’s new to Synergy? Fall 2018
There is always new things happening in the realm of Synergy - from Service Learning to Creative Inquiries, to Study Abroad, check out what's going on this Fall!
Technology in the Classroom
In a world with rapidly developing technology, children are continually exposed to media at younger ages, and technology is becoming a centerpiece in everyday life. This includes its place in education as well.
Fighting Disease, One Experiment at a Time
Meredith Morris, an Assistant Professor in Genetics and Biochemistry, and her students are working hard to eliminate African Trypanosomiasis, one of Africa’s longest surviving parasites, through a service-learning course. Students in the spring 2016 CU INVEStors Creative Inquiry course were able to put knowledge learned in the classroom into real-life experience while working with teenagers at Richland Northeast High School in Columbia, S.C.
Roots Grow Deep
Scott Brame has been a professor at Clemson University for 20 years, but the last place he wants to be is in the classroom. As part of his course in environmental science, Brame and his students have been spending time outside...
Digging Deeper for Healthier Communities
The Feed & Seed organization plans to build a centralized food hub conveniently located to serve all ten counties in the upstate. According to the USDA’s Regional Food Hub Resource Guide, a food hub is...
More Than a Competition
There are 4,599 universities in the United States. Only 17 of these universities are chosen to compete in the United States Department of Energy Solar Decathlon, and Clemson University is one of them. The Solar Decathlon is...