Clayton State University is one of several higher education institutions across the U.S. that will participate in a national fellowship for students interested in historic archive preservation.
Three students represented Clayton State Unviersity at this year’s 96th annual meeting of the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA-SE) held in early March.
The Mathematical Association of America is celebrating its 100th year in 2015. And while Clayton State University students haven't "figured" in every Southeastern Section meeting, there's no denying MAA-SE has a strong Clayton State presence each year.
The Clayton State University Robotics Bowl - sponsored by the College of Information & Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) at Clayton State University and Chick-fil-A's historic Forest Park Dwarf House - will be held at the Forest Park Dwarf House, 4959 Jonesboro Rd., Forest Park, on Friday, Apr. 17, beginning at 5 p.m.
Calvary’s Harvest Christian Academy, in conjunction with the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences at Clayton State University, are seeking to address the issue of minority performance on the SAT and ACT tests through a series of six weekly tutoring sessions for 10th and 11th graders in the Southern Crescent region of Metro Atlanta.
The Atlanta Science Festival, Mar. 21 to Mar. 28, 2015, will include an evening of hands-on exploration and integrating sciences and the arts, all at Clayton State University, with “Moving Full STEAM Ahead! Integrating the Arts into STEM.”
The Department of Computer Science and Information Technology (CSIT), in the College of Information and Mathematical Sciences (CIMS) at Clayton State University, in collaboration with the Health Care Management (HCM) Program in the University’s College of Health (COH), is pleased to announce the addition of the Healthcare Informatics Concentration to the Bachelors of Information Technology (BIT) program.
The following are the results of the First Lego League (FLL) Super Regionals, held at Clayton State University on Saturday, Jan. 10.
The Georgia Department of Education (DOE) has awarded Clayton State University a $861,844 grant to partner with Clayton County Public Schools (CCPS) and the Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC) at the Georgia Institute of Technology to implement a professional development program, Mathematics and Science Partnership Program (C3MSP) for a cohort of grades six-12 mathematics and science teachers.
On Saturday, Oct. 4, students (and their parents) from Rex Mill Middle School will be visiting Clayton State University for the Third Annual Clayton State University for Parents and Students.