Clemson launching new initiative to bring the power of STEM to SC schools

Through a new partnership with STEM Global Action, Clemson University’s Division of Community, Engagement, Belonging and Access, will launch the STEM South Carolina (STEM SC) initiative as part of the University’s mission to enhance educational access to all students for success in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.


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More than 140 students spend summer on Creative Inquiry projects

For nearly 20 years, the Creative Inquiry + Undergraduate Research (CI) program has given tens of thousands of students access to team-based experiential learning opportunities alongside faculty mentors. Thanks to support from the South Carolina legislature, more students are able to participate in Summer CI this year than ever before.



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