With $1.48 trillion spent on the transportation and logistics industry alone in 2015 and
representing 8 percent of annual gross domestic product, supply chain is big business. Learn
how Georgia is positioning itself as a global leader in this fast-paced economic sector.
Spring 2017 |
By Erin Fender
There’s an 18.7 percent projected growth in science and engineering occupations, however interest among students
studying in STEM fields may be on the decline. Clayton State hosts FIRST LEGO Super Regionals to promote STEM
to younger generations.
Spring 2017 | By Kelley Petty
When you move you consume oxygen. When you move fast, your heart rate and blood pressure rises. A metabolic
cart can help improve the cardiovascular system of heart patients and athletes alike.
Spring 2017 | By Kayla Pryce
This Biology major started off her first year in school with few friends and a sole focus on academics. But overtime, she has blossomed into an active leader on campus.
Spring 2017 | By Danielle Moore
Commander Scott Wells carries a strong military family legacy. The naval officer turned his passion for flight into a career that has carried him around the globe and into the Pentagon.
Spring 2017 | By Kelly Petty
Dr. John Campbell will tell you that physics found him. He recalls the moment he realized he would study physics and how he weaves tales of his military career into his lectures.
Fall 2016 | By Kayla Pryce
Eric Tack, director of the Advising and Retention Center, talks about how his own personal college experience encouraged him to pursue a career helping other students.
Spring 2017 | By Maritza E. Ferreira
Turtles represent the health of the environment and are considered an indicator species. However, the Eastern Box
Turtle has seen a population decline. See what one professor is doing to help save the box turtle.
Spring 2017 | By Erin Fender
From the moment Nicholas Collins stepped onto Clayton State’s campus, he quickly got involved in student
organizations setting himself apart from his peers.
Spring 2017 | By Josh Darling
Kevin Young is the first Laker to reach the National Basketball Association as an assistant coach for the Philadelphia
76ers. The former Laker point guard shares his perspective on working at the highest level of basketball.