Shauna Harris (formerly Hemingway), a 2003 graduate of the department has just completed her .Ph.D. in Counseling and Student Personnel Services from the University of Georgia. We congratulate her on this achievement, which she partially credits to the educational foundation she received here at Clemson: “Not only was I able to enhance my skills at critically thinking and engaging in discourse with my peers, I learned how to formulate concepts that turned into research papers. Having my foundation come from this program was one of the best decisions I ever made!” We wish her the best in her future endeavors!
Professor Burton's interview about the Texas Photo ID law will appear on “Reveal,” a weekly public radio show from The […]
Dr. Caroline Dunn (Clemson - History) and Dr. Emily Beck (College of Charleston - Hispanic Studies) organized the first meeting […]
An article about the popular train car and its role in American popular culture has been published here: http://www.zocalopublicsquare.org/2016/09/22/whatever-happened-little-red-caboose/viewings/glimpses/