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Graphic Communications is a diverse, hands-on major within Clemson University's College of Business and Behavioral Sciences
Graphic Communications is a diverse, hands-on major within Clemson University's College of Business and Behavioral Sciences

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Anna Mallard, junior GC major, worked on a GC3400 honors project that involved taking portraits of the GC faculty that told their personal story instead of the traditional head shots. Read all about her photography project and see some of the moments she captured in ‪#‎Godfrey‬ around the labs.
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ClemsonGC Homecoming 2015 was a great time to visit with alumni, current students, faculty, family, & friends!

Guests printed GC themed rally towels, had their photograph taken with Howard's Rock, picked up dye-sub printed luggage tags, and saw the Indigo and Comco in action.

Thanks to our amazing grad students and all the GET undergrads who helped make the event such a success!

Photo credit goes to Lisa Carr, +Sarah Chappell, +Alexandra Specht 
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Godfrey Homecoming 2015
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This is amazing, but be sure and open it on your smartphone. I am not sure how it works, but would love to try to produce some of these in #GC3400 for our @ClemsonGC labs.
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That's a wrap! +Clemson Graphics #GC3400 has finished shooting footage with Clemson Men's and Women's soccer! Watch for promo videos coming in a few weeks...
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GC video shoot with Clemson Soccer teams
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GC offers many opportunities to "do" outside of just class. What are you doing today to push you closer to your goals after graduation?
I love this story and find that it is a conversation that should be happening all over campuses today. Do more than just your degree. Find something that you are passionate about and helps you stand out from all the other people with degrees. Set your goals high and think about little steps you can make along the way to work closer to them! While you are still taking classes towards a degree is a perfect time to carve out what your story is going to be!
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Graphic Communications attracts a wide variety of students at Clemson University. Sometimes students in the department have a real interest in mechanical engineering and those students love working on the different printing presses. Other students have a strong sense for visual design and take the opportunity to build an impressive visual resume of their class projects. Others lean towards entrepreneurship and business interests with an eye towards sales, management, or ownership some day. Still others focus on highly technical aspects of the industry such as color management or packaging solutions. Recently, we’ve even had students express an interest in web design and development with an eye towards web-to-print and online marketing materials.

As a faculty, we hope to encourage opportunities to explore these areas of interest within the highly diverse umbrella of printing, packaging, and allied industries. Students have the opportunity to explore many minors offered on campus as well as choose from a wide array of Special Problems courses ranging in topic from Printed Electronics to Sales to Advanced Web Coding to Conceptual Packaging to Entrepreneurship. These courses change over time and topics are driven on both student and faculty interest. Students also spend at least two semesters in the industry as interns. The internship program opens up a host of real-world opportunities. With over 50 companies hiring each semester, students are strongly encouraged to take on internships that give them the chance to explore different aspects of the industry.

Class of 2014 is full of amazing grads heading out into the industry. Meet two of our December grads- Alex Horne and Anne Lander:..
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UX on websites is a vital part of design and planning. There is hard science behind it.
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Read about Godfrey Homecoming 2014!
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