Clemson Be True to host networking session with coffee and doughnuts this Thursday

September 14, 2015

Clemson Be True is a diversity and change initiative for Clemson faculty, staff and students that connects the Clemson community with 30,000+ worldwide change makers who want to make a difference! Almost 100 Clemson participants have signed up to date. One goal of Clemson Be True is to develop social prototypes for diversity and change strategies on campus. The process is based on “Theory U,” which is a change method that helps leaders see below the surface of our challenges, identify the root issues that cause them, and create collaborative solutions from a place of deeper awareness.

Bring a friend and see what it’s all about….

Please RSVP to
Clemson U.Lab Hub LIVE Session
Thursday, September 17, 10 -11:15 a.m.
Academic Success Center auditorium, room 118.
Coffee and doughnuts for those who arrive early to network.
Networking session begins at 9 a.m.

Clemson Be True is a grant supported project of the Chief Diversity Office in cooperation with these campus partners: CODA (the student government’s council on Diversity Initiatives), Clemson Thinks2, Creative Inquiry, the DEN (Design & Entrepreneurship Network), The Office of Economic Development, The Gantt Multicultural Center, The Rutland Institute for Ethics, CU-Ethos, The International Center for Academic Integrity, The Service Alliance, Peer & WISE programs, Women’s Leadership, the Office of Global Engagement, International Service, and Study Abroad; and the Social Media Listening Center.

For questions, contact Kathy Russ at or 864-656-3642.