Clemson Service-Learning in the News

Service-Learning in the news

Commercial kitchen for farmers opening on Johns Island (March 4, 2015)

Ashley Cowden has received the SC Campus Compact Award -

Clemson students tackle Hilton Head’s Planning Problems


Link to a video that our team, The International Partnership for Service Learning and Leadership, produced this spring at our program site in Cuzco, Peru. It features Maureen Cron, a Clemson student doing great work with her study abroad experience.



Clemson University named to President’s Community Service Honor Roll


Clemson University Civics and Service House honored for work

Clemson Student Service Project in Haiti wins top state award:
Clemson students develop tools to help returning students stay in school
Below is a link to a website with some photos and videos from the Grits and Gospel event that the HLTH 480 students helped organize as part of their collaboration with Pendleton Pride in Motion.

Clemson University Egypt studio earns award

Visit to Eleuthera a life-changing event for Clemson students
Clemson service-learning students teach senior citizens

Clemson architecture students work on plan for EPA Superfund site

Clemson bioengineering class takes on real-world problems

Clemson Architecture Center in Charleston

Clemson Architecture Students win National Competition
Will Charleston complete its vision of a bike-friendly peninsula? (Clemson architecture students help with project)
Volunteers in training (student Christina Macropoulos quoted)
The Island Packet <> , 07.27.10

Clemson MBA Program recognized for service work

Planning and Landscape Architecture
Clemson Students Present  Pendleton Town Square Ideas:

Drama Class Collaborates with Clemson to produce ethics video
 - Ashley Cowden, Business Writing
Clemson students organize school’s first ‘Marrowthon’ (resulted from Business Writing class project)
Community Health Promotion Class Assists with Development of Pendleton Health And Heritage Trail 
– Dr. Sarah Griffin, Associate Professor, Public Health & Dr. Joel E. Williams, Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences

A  Library for St. Helena Island -  Architectural Design Class,
Professor Lynn Craig, School of Architecture

Technical Writing Students Collaborate to create Educational Video for McCants Middle School
Client- Based Writing Program, Professor Ashley Cowden

The Tiger A8.pdf

Summerville works to earn designation as bicycle-friendly town (Clemson graduate student working on project)

Clemson architecture class sizes up city

Clemson Design Studio wins CHE Service-Learning Award:
Mary Beth McCubbin, Planning and Landscape Architecture