End of Spring 2018 semester thoughts

The Spring semester is over at GTC and our Creative Inquiry students finished strong! Please see our updated blog entries on how the semester went and what our students learned. We are so proud of them all! Click the title above to see a slideshow of our students at the GTC Student Scholar Showcase.   … Continue reading End of Spring 2018 semester thoughts

Spring 2018 CI Information Sessions

Last Tuesday and Wednesday, we had our spring Creative Inquiry information sessions where invited students find out what CI is all about. Each semester we hold our sessions, the attendance grows, and this spring's sessions held true to the prediction. We had 18 students participate representing several different majors and they showed up with some … Continue reading Spring 2018 CI Information Sessions

Is it Spring semester already?

Wow! The time has flown by! It seems like just yesterday that we were welcoming our fall semester CI students and were eager to read about their progress. We have a large number of CI students participating in the program this semester. We have students from BMW in the Road to Production Management program who … Continue reading Is it Spring semester already?

All in the Wright Timing

We have a former Creative Inquiry student who will be hosting a book release party on Saturday, November 18th at Woodmont High School! He completed his book of poetry as his Creative Inquiry project during the spring 2017 semester. He also recited a selection of his poems for the GTC Student Scholar Showcase in April … Continue reading All in the Wright Timing

Fall 2017 students

We have some outstanding students participating with interesting projects this semester.           MEC 299 Research in Mechatronics Instructor: Mr. Rodney Jones We have 8 students participating as a class with Clemson University students and BMW at our CMI campus (Center for Manufacturing Innovation) on Millennial Boulevard near Clemson University's ICAR campus. … Continue reading Fall 2017 students

End of summer posts from our students

Our students had quite a summer! They completed their Creative Inquiry projects in 10 weeks, turned in their work, and presented in a forum that was fairly new to them. Their presentations were outstanding and we know that they are at the beginning of an interesting journey in their academic work. Check out their final … Continue reading End of summer posts from our students

Summer CI Student Presentations

We had 2 of our summer CI students present their work Thursday, July 27th at the Barton Campus in the University Transfer building auditorium. Christina Thomas presented her results on an experiment to determine the effects of essential oils on the growth of two different genera of bacteria (BIO 299 course) and Dawn Carvajal presented … Continue reading Summer CI Student Presentations

Summer CI student presentations are next week!

We will have two of our summer CI student present their work next week on the Barton campus of GTC in the UT auditorium (Bldg 104) at 2:00pm. These presentations are free and open to everyone. Please attend and support our hard-working, inquisitive students!   Christina Thomas (BIO 299) – “Do Essential Oils Have an … Continue reading Summer CI student presentations are next week!

Summer CI student presentations at GTC

Remember the summer CI students we posted about a few weeks ago? Now you get your chance to attend their presentations on the work they have accomplished this summer. On Thursday, July 27th at 2:00pm, Christina Thomas (BIO 299) and Dawn Marie Carvajal (PSY 299) will be presenting their work at 2:00pm in the University … Continue reading Summer CI student presentations at GTC

Summer 2017 students are published!

After weeks of restructuring the blog, we have our Summer 2017 students' blog posts available and ready for you to read. To see what type of Creative Inquiry is occurring at GTC this summer, go to "Student Work", then choose "Summer 2017". Don't forget - to see these students present their work, come to the … Continue reading Summer 2017 students are published!