Sallie Culbertson

Sallie Culbertson is classes editor advertising director for Clemson World.

Articles by Sallie Culbertson

Catie Sacks Rabun ’08

Paving the way for fellow entrepreneurs Returning to her hometown of Aiken, Catie Rabun was inspired to invest in the city’s quaint but slightly sleepy downtown. Rabun majored in marketing, which afforded her a semester in Washington, DC, studying international business and trade, and enabled her to participate in a joint program in venture entrepreneurship […]

Alumni Authors

CLEMSON TIGERS can be found in every profession, and many are published authors. Here is a short, but not exhaustive, list of alumni authors and some of their books that may pique your interest.   Lawrence V. Starkey Jr. (’56 A&S) The Inheritance (CreateSpace) is a suspense novel based on how great wealth can strain […]

Riley M. Csernica ’12, M ’13 and Chelsea L. Ex-Lubeskie ’12, M ’13

From senior design class to entrepreneurial success When Riley Csernica and Chelsea Ex-Lubeskie were bioengineering seniors, they were assigned to a senior design group with the orthotics and prosthetics division at Greenville Health System. They worked with research scientist Chuck Thigpen to design a shoulder brace for shoulder dislocations. At the end of the class, […]

William S. Gaillard Jr. ’40

WWII Soldier History and travel enthusiast, Rhonda Bailey Antonetti ’87 (NURS) of Charleston wanted to take Tiger Paw flags to place on the Clemson alumni WWII soldiers’ graves in the American Cemetery in Normandy, France. Little did she know the amazing, serendipitous venture this gesture would uncover. She was able to place only one flag […]

Matthew C. Reinhart ’94

“Pop-up” Engineer Take a biology major, mix in a portion of art training and a large serving of creativity, and what do you get? A pop-up engineer! That’s the combination that resulted in a successful career for author, illustrator and paper engineer, Matthew Reinhart. Reinhart began his Clemson experience with intentions of becoming a physician, […]