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Claflin Students Focus on Academics, Virtual Learning and Career Goals Despite COVID-19 Disruption
Most of the nation’s colleges and universities have begun classes for the 2020 fall semester with an extensive use of hybrid and virtual learning and teaching platforms, due to the COVI-19. Despite myriad disruptions, classes at Claflin started in August and nearly 400 freshmen, transfers, and returning students checked into the University’s residence halls in September.

Freshmen Nyasia Argrow (left), a biology major from Orangeburg, S.C.; Justice Bell (right), a Charlotte, N.C. native majoring in biochemistry; and Noah Thomas (not pictured), an African-American Studies major from Moncks Corner, S.C., are among the outstanding scholars in the Class of 2024 who represent Claflin’s next generation of globally-engaged visionary leaders. All three received prestigious scholarships and are members of the Alice Carson Tisdale Honors College. Additionally, Argrow and Bell are Presidential Scholars, the highest university scholarship awarded to an incoming freshman. MORE
Claflin to Host 19th Annual Conference on Contemporary English and Language Arts Pedagogy
Claflin University will host its 19th annual Conference on Contemporary English and Language Arts Pedagogy in Secondary and Postsecondary Institutions on October 28-29, 2020. This year’s theme is “Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum: Digital Literacies, Equity and Access.” Due to the pandemic, sessions this year will be held virtually. Click here to register.

Speakers for the two-day conference include Dr. Eric J. Paulson, associate dean of The Graduate College and professor in the College of Education at Texas State University and Dr. Robbie Melton, associate vice president for the SMART Global Technology Innovation Center and graduate dean and tenured professor at Tennessee State University. The two-day conference is sponsored by the Claflin University Department of English and Foreign Languages. Pedagogy is the study and process of teaching.

For more information about the conference, call Dr. Mitali Wong at (803) 535-5221 or e-mail wong@claflin.edu.
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