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STEM ALL IN

Diversity Recruitment

STEM All IN

STEM ALL IN is a collaborative program 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 Details

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 to learn about STEM-related research opportunities at Clemson. STEM ALL IN covers hotel, travel, meals and transportation to the event based on the travel guidelines provided below.

The annual STEM ALL IN event is held in conjunction with Clemson University.
Location: Clemson University
Event Dates: January 12-15, 2023
Application Dates: Coming Soon

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Meet Students & Alumni

Meet current students and alumni for panel discussions to learn about real-life experiences, academic and lab life, and careers in industry. Representatives from Admissions will discuss timelines, expectations, application sources, and funding sources to help with graduate school.

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Learn About Our Research

Learn why Clemson became an R1 Institution in 2016, the highest research classification of the Carnegie Institute. Carnegie R1 universities are economic engines, adding significant value to the degrees they award. You will be able to interact with students and faculty in those labs.

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Prepare for a STEM Career

Prepare to further your education within one of the fastest-growing sectors of the job market – STEM careers. See why Clemson University engineers and scientists have made significant contributions to the people of South Carolina, the nation, and the world.

Across Disciplines

Clemson University's College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences (CECAS), the College of Science, and the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS) join together for a diversity recruitment initiative that gives an opportunity to interact with campus representatives early in the application process to learn about STEM-related research opportunities at Clemson.

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CECAS

The College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences (CECAS) is creating a rich environment for students to develop excellent technical skills and also a broad set of abilities that position them as the intellectual leaders of tomorrow. You'll find hands-on learning opportunities and create life-building contacts with influential faculty and professionals - connections that will follow you long past graduation. Research opportunities, travel abroad, mentoring programs, and campus involvement all help you become the innovative and world-changing professionals of tomorrow.

SCIENCE

The faculty, staff and students of the College of Science (SCIENCE) focus, as a team, on academic, faculty and inclusive excellence, seeking high-impact and transformational experiences. As an aspiring world-class College of Science, we understand the importance of being globally impactful and preparing our graduates to be leaders in an increasingly diverse and interconnected world.

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CAFLS

The College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences (CAFLS) embodies founder Thomas Green Clemson's vision of a "high seminary of learning" focused on improving the lives of South Carolinians through education, discovery, and outreach in the agricultural and life sciences. CAFLS remains grounded in the fundamental principle that Clemson University is committed by its land-grant legacy to ensure that higher education remains a public good and that land-grant colleges link their expertise to the needs of the people.

Application Guidelines

We look forward to hearing from you.

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

If you would like more information about the program, please reach out to Tonyia Stewart, Director - Graduate Recruitment & Inclusion or Andrew Edmunds, Coordinator - Office of Inclusive Excellence & Graduate Studies.

  • Eligibility
    • Open to 3rd year through graduating seniors, 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.
    • If you are a senior planning to apply to STEM ALL IN consider applying to a graduate program. You will be able to meet with the department and engage with faculty and current grad students.
  • Application Process

    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.
    • Applicants will receive application status notification no later than December 6. Your application can be reviewed earlier, and your notification may be received before the December 6 deadline.
  • Travel Guidelines

    If you are currently a Clemson University student living on campus, your meals will be provided. However, you will not be reimbursed for transportation, and a hotel will not be provided.

    If you are a participant living within the state of South Carolina, your meals and hotel will be provided. In addition, you will be reimbursed up to $175 depending on your mode of transportation. This applies to the participants from the following states as well, AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, and TN.

    If you are a participant living outside of the state of SC, AL, FL, GA, MS, NC, and TN, your meals and hotel will be provided and in addition, you will be contacted by our travel agency to book your travel once you accept our invitation to STEM ALL IN.

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