The Office of Diversity at AnMed would like to share with you to the final installment of a 3-part series inspired by The AAR&RI Sculpture in Residence at the AnMed North Campus in the Oglesby Center Atrium. Dr. Otis Pickett, Clemson University Historian spoke to a crowd that filled the Oglesby Center Atrium with AnMed employees, executive leadership team, staff, and members of the public. The event took place on Wednesday, August 9, 5:30 pm.
Building coalitions across ethnic, cultural, and political aisles, Dr. Pickett labored in this arena in Mississippi for 15 years and was able to build consensus across multiple divides to bring unity and make positive changes. Dr. Picket is the third University Historian in Clemson’s History. Dr. Pickett received his PhD in history from the University of Mississippi, his MA in history from the College of Charleston, his MA in theology for Covenant Theological Seminary, and his BA in history from Clemson University.