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Upstate Food Access Map

Food Map

The College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences has created a Food Access Map as part of its efforts to aid Upstate residents facing food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic. The map includes nearly 400 providers across 10 counties complete with information on the type of assistance they provide as well as operating hours and availability. The college’s Land-Grant Local initiative worked with the the United Way of Pickens County, the nonprofit organization Ten at the Top, and Clemson’s Joseph F. Sullivan Center interdisciplinary health center on the project, which provides information on different food resources across the Upstate. Check out the map

Race and Play

Playing while black

Parks, recreation and tourism management faculty members Harrison Pinckney and Corliss Outley are working with fellow researchers across the nation on research demonstrating that children growing up in the U.S. today have fewer opportunities to play and that this lack of opportunity is further exacerbated for black children. Their research was recently published in Leisure Sciences, an interdisciplinary journal. Read More

Clemson University’s College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences is focused on becoming a national and international leader in building people and communities. Through our unique combination of departments and schools, we are a 21st-century land-grant college - equipping students and engaging research and outreach to address health and wellness challenges, tackle human impacts on the environment, and build stronger communities by better understanding human, political and social behavior and the impact of an ever-connected world. 

Building Healthy Communities

Building Healthy CommunitiesBuilding Healthy Communities is a college-wide initiative to improve community health and well-being in South Carolina, in partnership with academic and health entities across the state. Read More

Virtual Clinic

virutal-clinic-square-orangev3.jpgDURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, the Sullivan Center is pleased to offer virtual medical visits to Clemson alumni, employees and families at no charge. This service is also available to citizens of Oconee County. Utilizing the Cisco WebEx platform, patients can access one of the Sullivan Center’s nurse practitioners via audio and visual connection. WebEx is HIPAA-compliant so patients can feel confident that their virtual visit is just as secure and private as an in-person visit.

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