What it Means to be a T.I.G.E.R!
For Clemson student-athletes, being a Tiger means more than putting on a jersey, participating in competitions and attending class. Student-athletes are held to a higher standard...
Building Healthy Communities in Latin America and the Caribbean
Over the past three years, Faculty Fellow Arelis Moore de Peralta has been working to expose Clemson students to research on public health issues and community development in developing countries. Dr. Moore is a research assistant professor with the Institute on Family and Neighborhood Life...
Tigers in Tanzania
What is privilege? It is not easily seen or recognized but as a student of Clemson University, it is generally a way of life. Privilege is being able to...
A Different Kind of Storytelling
As an actor, the first thing Acting and Theatre Appreciation Professor Kerrie Seymour tells her drama students is to think of the audience. Your responsibility is to engage that audience...
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...
Self Service through Community Service
The Community Scholars Program emphasizes civic engagement and community leadership, offers recipients the opportunity to learn about civic and community life and allows students to combine public service activities with their Clemson experience.
Going Back To School
For eleven years, students like Muthleb have been registering for Randall’s courses, but have been happily surprised to find that Randall has a different approach to teaching—one that he believes will not only benefit the students more personally, but also the community.
Clinics, Camps & Community
Rosanne Pruitt spent a majority of her professional career working with underserved populations and community health. She specializes in community health nursing and primary care, and she followed her own personal philosophy into those fields.