Greetings from Bill Pelham
What we do:
The Clemson Architectural Foundation (CAF) supports the students and faculty of the School of Architecture and their related design disciplines in the College or Architecture, Arts, & Humanities (AAH).
- We fund student and faculty grant requests for research, awards, travel and advanced study. We annually underwrite the CAF Lecture Series in Lee Hall and one of four Creativity Professorships in AAH.
- The CAF owns and operates the Charles E. Daniel Center for Building Studies and Urban Research in Genoa, Italy, a self contained facility for living and study able to accommodate up to 24 students per semester.
What you can do as an alumnus or friend
- Contribute to the CAF annually with unrestricted gifts allowing us to be nimble in responding to grant requests. Establish an endowment supporting whatever aspect of the School of Architecture is most important to you - scholarships, travel, study abroad, the Fluid Campus - or anything else.
- Become involved in the School as a mentor, studio critic, or volunteer.
- Be active on one of several boards supporting the work of the School and related disciplines.
- Spread the word about the high quality architectural education available at Clemson University, about the AIA National Award won by Lee Hall III, and about all the other accolades won by alumni recently.
- Support us.
William (Bill) H. Pelham, AIA
B.A. Pre-Architecture 1977, Genoa 1978, M.Arch. 1981
Clemson Architectural Foundation