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Anthony Fattibene, M.S.

Anthony Fattibene, M.S.

Lecturer of American Sign Language

Department of Languages
Office: 361 Humanities Hall
Phone: 8645588687

Masters of Science, Clemson University (2019); Bachelor of Arts, Gallaudet University (1996)

Curriculum Vitae


Anthony Fattibene is a proud, native New Yorker who now makes his home in South Carolina. He is an adjunct instructor of American Sign Language at Clemson University and Tri-County Technical College. In addition, Anthony tutors ASL students at Clemson University and the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design from Gallaudet University. Anthony enjoyed many satisfying years as an industry professional in New York, until being impacted by the events of 9/11. He joined the family of Clemson alumni in 2019 by completing his Masters of Science in Graphic Communications. He has since gone on to pursue Professional Studies Training (PST) for ASL and Deaf Studies courses from Gallaudet University and expects to earn his ASLTA certification soon. He is a member of the South Carolina American Sign Language Teachers Association (SCASLTA), and the South Carolina Association of the Deaf (SCAD), and is active in the Greenville Clemson Club. Anthony loves graphic design and graphic communication. He's an avid sports fan and enjoys watching movies, editing films, playing video games, and traveling. He lives with his Deaf/Blind wife Joanna in Greenville, SC. They have a grown hearing son who is in law school, and recently adopted guide-dog-in-training, Coco Luno to complete their CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) / DODA (Dog of Deaf Adults) family.

My name is Anthony Fattibene and my major is Master Science in Graphic Communications at Clemson and took professional training courses for ASL and Deaf studies from Gallaudet. I started working in Clemson since 2022 and teach ASL 1010, 1020 2010. I LOVE working at Clemson because I joined the family of Clemson alumni in 2019 and am truly loyal to them. The ASL program is important to me. Clemson is so special because I and Clemson students immerse ourselves in different cultures, friendly community, and awesome Tiger fans. Go Tigers!

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