Sara Ann Hutto Grant ’17

Articles by Sara Ann Hutto Grant ’17

Looking to Make a Major Impact

  In December, I received the exciting news that “little old Clemson,” to borrow a phrase from head football coach Dabo Swinney, had been reconfirmed as a Carnegie R1 institution of the “highest research activity.” This once lofty goal for a university known more for undergraduate education and its football prowess has been achieved through […]

More Research Updates

Mass Shootings: Implications for Students, Schools, Society Since the start of the 21st century, 66 people have died and 81 have been injured in 13 incidents involving lone shooters at schools. That’s more deaths related to school shootings than in the whole 20th century, said education professor Antonis Katsiyannis, lead author of a new study published […]