Dear Clemson Faculty, Students and Staff!
We are delighted to introduce you to several new programs and to invite you to visit our current programs at Pearce Center:
• VID Program, the Visual Information Design program is our newest internship program. Begun in January 2020, VID interns focus on helping student and faculty clients negotiate the intersections between the visual and narrative elements of their presentation projects, including posters and conference talks.
• PEP Program, Professional Editing at Pearce provides modestly priced micro-revision editorial services for graduate students, faculty, and community members. PEP editors focus their attention on preparing documents, including dissertations, journal articles, and grant proposals, ready for publication or submission.
• Grad WAC Fellows program provides graduate teaching assistants an opportunity to hone their writing skills while learning how to teach and assess writing in their own undergraduate classrooms and labs.
• Client-based programs, which give business and technical advanced writing students opportunities to work with local businesses, schools and community groups to develop communication projects of all types, such as website design, social media campaigns and classroom books.
• Pearce Intern Program, comprising talented students working as interns on university and community publishing, editing and writing projects and as Writing Fellows working in Clemson’s Writing Center.
• Class of ’41 Studio (Daniel Hall), which hosts classrooms, reading groups, conferences and Pearce Center initiatives.
Please read more about our programs here and plan to visit the Studio soon.
Cameron Bushnell, Director of the Pearce Center