We are committed to providing our graduate students with opportunities for academic and professional development. The program provides a variety of opportunities to engage in scholarly, personal, and professional development activities outside the classroom, including participation in colloquia offered by communication scholars, professional workshops, internships, applied projects, and study abroad. We also encourage our graduate students to become active members of academic and professional associations, and meet our alums. Getting involved in such activities while at Clemson will give you new experiences and build your personal, professional, and scholarly contacts.
Here is Roth Smith, a current MACTS student, talking about his experience with professional development at the 2013 Clemson Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium:
Other recent personal and professional development opportunities have included: