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PEER and WISE are dedicated to increasing diversity in science and engineering by addressing and assisting students in technical majors. We offer mentoring, guidance, counseling, and tutoring. In addition, the programs provide career development and networking opportunities by pairing students with successful people in their classes and the workforce. These personal contacts can not only furnish tremendous support while pursuing studies, but they establish a network upon which to call when launching a career.

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Monday September 26, 2022

MAKING YOURSELF COMPETITIVE FOR GRADUATE SCHOOL Sept. 28th at 4:30 PM Webinar for tips on how to prepare your graduate […]


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Monday September 26, 2022

The Clemson University Mechanical Engineering Student Shop is open to all students regardless of major. The Plant and Pest Diagnostic Clinic (PPDC) in the Department of Plant Industry at Clemson University is seeking two Summer Lab Assistants: A Graduate Diagnostic Assistant and an Undergraduate Lab/Office Assistant.


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Monday September 19, 2022

PEER&WISE and Fluor Study Hall and Tutoring are pleased to be announcing that the first round of common exam study […]


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It’s A Girl Thing - Serita Acker

It's a Girl Thing book coverThere are many career opportunities available in the fields of engineering, science, and mathematics for women. Early exposure is vital, so we must enlighten girls on what these careers entail. Women deserve a seat at every table in every profession. Check out this book by our very own Serita Acker.

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Clemson Ranks 13th in Diverse Issues in Higher Education

Peer/Wise tutoring session“Our rise in these rankings is a reflection of the hard work being done by many in the college and across the university to enroll and graduate an increasingly high-quality, diverse student body,” Clemson President James P. Clements said. “In order for U.S. industry to remain a global innovation leader, universities must graduate more engineers, including more minority and women engineers. Clemson is committed to addressing this national challenge through programs such as PEER.”