Dr. Flowers produced a Data Infographic describing educational attainment rates among African Americans in the United States. The findings show an increase in the numbers of African Americans earning college degrees in recent years.
The Charles H. Houston Center’s Cindy Roper collaborated with students and faculty at Clemson University and the University of South Carolina to examine issues impacting educational environments in South Carolina. Findings from the research project were presented at the University Council for Educational Administration's 32nd Annual Convention in Houston, Texas.
The Charles H. Houston Center's Clemson Career Workshop hosted a reunion and game night. The participants consisted of Clemson Career Workshop alumni, staff, and faculty.
The Charles H. Houston Center's Dr. Fine, in collaboration with Corrine Grant the Director of Alumni Relations and Development, hosted the inaugural Clemson Career Workshop advisory board at Clemson University. The advisory board will focus on generating sustainable funding for the program while enabling more students to participate in the Clemson Career Workshop.