The College/Underserved Community Partnership Program’s (CUPP) mission is to bring together the intellectual strengths of college faculty, staff and students with small or underserved communities, by providing hands-on, authentic learning experiences in and outside of the classroom.
Cassie Quigley, Assistant Professor of Science Education at Clemson University, offers some advice on why and how to dive into service learning.
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.
When most people think of service-learning, they picture students going out and taking physical action in the community but Clemson Sociology Professor Catherine Mobley wants to spread the focus of service learning, reaching beyond the traditional model of service to emphasize an advocacy-based approach.
Clemson Curates is a program designed to increase collaboration across the University community and to promote the arts throughout the region. Faculty partner with the Clemson Center for Visual Arts...
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...