Dr. Fine presented research at the 100th NASPA annual conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in March. The title of the presentation was, "Do You Have My Back? The Impact of Institutional Responses to Acts of Hate on Student Affairs Professionals."
Dr. Fine presented research at the American College Personnel Association's annual convention in Houston, Texas in March. The title of the presentation was, "Beyond the Jersey: Critiquing our Campus Engagement with Black Athletes."
Dr. Flowers presented research at the American Association of Blacks in Higher Education's annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. The presentation described research findings concerning the factors influencing career development experiences among African American males pursuing STEM degrees.
At the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Dr. Flowers participated in the 22nd Annual Continuation of Conversations with Senior Scholars on Advancing Research and Professional Development Related to Black Education. During the session, Dr. Flowers discussed strategies for developing and evaluating research and educational programs.
Dr. Fine presented scholarly findings at the American Educational Research Association's annual meeting in New York. The title of the presentation was, "The Experiences of Black Undergraduate Women at a Predominantly White Institution in the South."
The Charles H. Houston Center's Clemson Career Workshop is accepting applications from rising high school seniors. The Clemson Career Workshop is a summer program designed to support readiness of high-achieving students from diverse populations to enter college. Access the Clemson Career Workshop website >>