Constitution Week, a national observance to commemorate the adoption of the United States Constitution, kicked off at Clayton State on Sept. 15 with a special screening of the documentary film “Released,” which traces the challenges ex-offenders face when re-entering society.
Leon Prieto, associate professor of Management in Clayton State University’s College of Business, has been appointed to serve as an associate editor for the Journal of Management History (JMH).
Clayton State University has once again been ranked among the nation’s top 140 universities in the South, according to the 2018 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings.
Clayton State’s undergraduate nursing program recently made the top 10 list for Most Affordable Nursing Degrees in Georgia, according to College Choice.
Clayton State University was spared from the effects of Hurricane Irma that traveled up the western coast of Florida through Georgia.
Dr. Mark Daddona, an associate professor of psychology, will travel to Texas to support Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Clayton State Library is one of 120 libraries across the country selected to participate in the nationwide initiative called World War I & America. Funded through a grant awarded to Library of America with generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the programming will highlight the influence of the First World War in America and abroad.
On August 30, Clayton State hosted the Georgia's School Justice Summit. Education advocates, justices and attorneys from across the state convened at Clayton State University on Aug. 30 for the annual Georgia School Justice Summit.
Student leaders across campus recently took steps to inform their peers of the new “campus carry” law as classes start back up for the fall. As part of the student leadership meeting hosted by Campus Life last Friday, students viewed a video explaining House Bill 280, commonly known as the “campus carry”.
Clayton State University generated more than $275.9 million in local economic impact in the surrounding region for fiscal year 2016, according to a report released by the University System of Georgia (USG).