Dr. Flowers, utilizing a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, examined the relationship between educational attainment and employment outcomes among African American and Hispanic males. The data highlight differential employment and unemployment rates by race and educational attainment.
Engagement and Outreach
The Charles H. Houston Center implemented the Clemson Career Workshop. This program enabled forty-nine high school students to engage in learning experiences regarding college admissions and life skills.
Dr. Flowers’ scholarship was featured in Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. The article was titled, "Research Encourages More Support for Black and Hispanic Male Educational Attainment."