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Cohen Simpson, communication studies ’11: As a freshman, professors terrified him; now he plans to be one after studying at Oxford.

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

Cohen Simpson Communication Studies, class of 2011 Laurens, SC What are the most meaningful service and leadership experiences you’ve had at Clemson? My most meaningful leadership experience is the time I spent as Vice-President and Program Coordinator for the Clemson Gay Straight Alliance. Working with this organization over the years was a true joy of [...]

Matthew Collin, economics and mathematical sciences ’05: “Surround yourself with smart people, and good things will happen”

Monday, April 18th, 2011

Matthew Collin Double major in Economics and Mathematical Sciences | Class of 2005 from Conway, South Carolina Education after Clemson: Oxford University, Master of Science in Economics for Development (2006), PhD in Economics (in progress) Matthew is currently a doctoral student and researcher at Oxford University in the United Kingdom, writing a thesis on a [...]

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