Charles H. Houston Center

  • Charles H. Houston Center at Clemson University, South Carolina
The Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education conducts research, disseminates information, evaluates inclusion and equity programs, assesses diversity goals, and implements academic engagement activities to inform the development of practices, policies, and scholarship impacting educational and workforce outcomes.

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Pathways to Graduate Education
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Upcoming Events

Clemson Career Workshop Gala
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Notable Statistics

Among African Americans aged 25 and older, 1.5 million had an advanced degree in 2008.

History Matters

In 1845, Edward Alexander Bouchet became the first African American to earn a doctorate.