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.
It’s impossible not to see that Tasha Oliver and her daughter, Cierra Patterson, are mother and daughter. From their bubbly personality to their dark rimmed glasses, the two are inseparable.
Clayton State made the list of top 15 Most Affordable Online Dental Hygiene Degree Programs.
Faculty and staff took a little time to celebrate the beauty of Clayton State’s natural landscape at the annual Arbor Day celebration on April 27.
The men and women who bravely served their country were honored in a special way at Clayton State University last week. The Veterans Resource Center held its first-ever veterans graduation ceremony on April 17 to commemorate the academic achievements of military students.
Damien Braswell may strike you as a low-key, quiet student, but the graduating senior is far from that.
Clayton State students took the first steps toward entering their professions last Thursday at the annual Job and Graduate School Fair hosted by Career Services.
The five staff members selected as finalists for the Alice J. Smith Staff Awards have been announced. The individuals come from a variety of departments across campus. The group was selected by the Smith Staff Award Committee from a pool of 15 nominees that were chosen based on personal recommendations from other university employers, faculty and students.