CONTACT: Lamont A. Flowers
WRITER: Rachel Croft
CLEMSON – Lamont A. Flowers, executive director of the Charles H. Houston Center and James E. Vines, Graduate Research Assistant at the Charles H. Houston Center are scheduled to present findings from a new study at the American Educational Research Association’s 2013 annual meeting in San Francisco, California on April 28th.
The presentation is titled, “Effects of Academic Orientations on African American Science and Engineering Students' Career Development Outcomes.” The research presentation will describe the impact of science and engineering students' scholarly dispositions on their career orientations at historically Black colleges and universities.
“This scholarly presentation seeks to highlight the impact and legacy of historically Black colleges and universities,” said Flowers.