Students in the College of Business and Behavioral Science (CBBS) have a lot of friends thanks to a unique mentoring program. Tiger Ties pairs students with successful alumni who share the same interests and goals, giving the students a headstart on creating real-world connections that extend beyond the borders of the University.
The extraordinary life of Jane Edna Hunter, an African-American woman with strong ties to early 20th century Clemson-area families is providing extraordinary experiences for present-day Clemson students as they prepare for their future writing careers.
Featuring delectable flavors ranging from the unique Queen’s Red Velvet Cheesecake to the classic vanilla or peach varieties, Clemson ice cream is often the highlight of a campus visit or a sunny, 80-degree afternoon. When food science major Stephanie Schatz heard about a co-op opportunity with the famous ’55 Exchange, the exclusive place to buy Clemson ice cream, she instantly set up an interview. Within a few weeks, she became the manager of one of Clemson University’s most beloved institutions.
When the parks, recreation and tourism management (PRTM) department re-evaluated its sophomore curriculum, it was clear the time had come to spice things up. What developed was a learning experience the students and professors would never forget.
About three years ago, a group of students in the College of Engineering and Science came together to offer their skills for a better world. What resulted is a Creative Inquiry (CI) project with Engineers for Developing Countries (EDC) to better the lives of people living in Cange, Haiti. The project draws on the expertise of the Clemson community, alumni, faculty and the students themselves.