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STEM - ALL IN

Engineering & Science

Program Overview

STEM – ALL IN is a collaborative program between Clemson University's College of Engineering, Computing, and Applied Sciences and the College of Science to raise awareness of graduate education in the STEM fields. The program is designed to bring the best and brightest underrepresented students on campus and encourage them to pursue a graduate degree at Clemson.


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Event

The STEM ALL IN program is a diversity recruitment initiative designed to give talented students from underrepresented populations an opportunity to interact with campus representatives early in the application process in order to learn about STEM-related research opportunities at Clemson.

The annual STEM – ALL IN event is held in conjunction with Clemson University.
Location: Virtual 
Event Dates: October 15-17, 2021
Application Dates: April 5 - September 17


The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences and the College of Science hosted students from all over the country for Clemson University's STEM ALL IN event.


Eligibility

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  • Open to US residents or students attending a US university
  • Currently enrolled or recently completed an accredited curriculum in engineering or science
  • Preference will be given to students who can contribute to Clemson’s diversity goals.
  • Preference will be given to individuals who will be graduating in the coming year, with above-average grades.

Application Process

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To receive full consideration, all application materials should be submitted by Sept 17 - The following items must be provided within your application:

  • An unofficial transcript.
  • In a one-page Background and Interest Statement, tell us about your background, why you are interested in graduate study, including research interests (if any), and how you could contribute to Inclusive Excellence at Clemson.
  • A detailed resume that outlines research experiences, internships, publications, and leadership experiences.

PROGRAM APPLICATION


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