Women & Clemson University: Excellence—Yesterday and Today, by Jerome V. Reel, Jr. and Alma Bennett

November 15, 2006

Women-&-Clemson-University-scanned“The admission of women into the Clemson family is one of this University’s great success stories. Clemson women have made Clemson strong. Without all that our women faculty, staff, students and graduates have accomplished and contributed, we can only speculate what Clemson would be today. Certainly every major transition has made Clemson a better, stronger institution, moving it from an all-male, all-white military school to a civilian, coeducational, desegregated research university that we can proudly say is among the nation’s most outstanding public universities.”

—James F. Barker, President Emeritus, Clemson University

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