Volume 9, #17
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Basketball Doubleheader Tonight
The basketball doubleheader between Clayton State and Georgia College that was snowed (or maybe iced) out last Wednesday will be played tonight in the Athletics Center. The women, riding an eight-game winning streak, will host the Bobcats in a 5:30 p.m. contest, followed by the men’s game at 7:30 p.m.
Philosophes Unite! Clayton State to Host the Seventh Annual Southeast Philosophy Congress, Feb. 21 and Feb. 22
The Philosophy faculty of Clayton State University would like to invite Clayton State faculty, staff and students (and the public) to attend the Seventh Annual Southeast Philosophy Congress, which will be held at Clayton State on Feb. 21 and Feb. 22.
Although Jean-Jacques Rousseau can’t make it, the Congress will feature talks by Clayton Student students as well as undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral speakers from across the country.
The keynote speaker is Professor Robert Lane from the University of West Georgia, who will discuss the founder of American Pragmatism, Charles Sanders Peirce, in a talk titled “Peirce’s Pragmatic Conception of Reality.” Lane’s address is on Feb. 21 at 1:30 p.m. in room UC 322 of the James M. Baker University Center. A discussion will follow his presentation.
All sessions are free of charge and open to the public. The Congress will run from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, and from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, with dual sessions throughout both days.
More information on the Congress, video of past keynotes or online copies of the print proceedings may be found on the Congress website: http://www.clayton.edu/humanities/Philosophy/Congress.
SAC Fitness Center Gymnasium Will be Off-Line on Saturday, Feb. 22
Clayton State University’s Department of Recreation & Wellness will be hosting the Aerobics & Fitness Association of America (AFAA) Workshops this weekend, Feb. 21 to Feb. 23. Due to the volume of workshop registrants on Saturday, Feb. 22, we regret that the SAC Fitness Center gymnasium will be off-line for general use by fitness center members. The Fitness Center will be open its regular hours concurrent with the AFAA Workshops. For more information, please contact Lisa Williamson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education Speaker Series, Mar. 24
The next installment of the Department of Teacher Education’s Education Speaker Series will be held on Monday, Mar. 24 from 5 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. (room TBA). This Education Session will feature Drs.Mari Roberts, Erica Dotson and Cindy Thompson.
More Information on the Student Academic Conference, Mar. 28
The 2014 Student Academic Conference will be held on Friday, Mar. 28, from noon to 4 p.m. Students from all majors and disciplines may give a presentation in the form of a poster presentation, oral presentation, or performance (whether it’s musical, theater, poetry readings, etc.) reflecting their scholarly activity at Clayton State University.
Abstracts must be submitted by Feb. 28. For application instructions, please refer to the conference website: http://www.clayton.edu/Student-Academic-Conference.
There will be a keynote speaker from noon to 1 p.m. in room UC272 of the James M. Baker University Center. David Lowery is an American vocalist, songwriter and guitarist from San Antonio who received a B.A. in Mathematics from the University of California, Santa Cruz in 1984. He formed the alternative rock band Camper Van Beethoven and rock band called Cracker. He has also worked as a financial analyst, and started his own studio, record company and publishing company. He is a producer at the Sound of Music Studios in Richmond, Va.
In 2007, Lowery was appointed as an advisor to the collective action www.ThePoint.com which evolved into the social deals site www.Groupon.com.
In 2011, he began teaching the economics and finance of the music business at the University of Georgia.
Recently, he has become an outspoken critic of Silicon Valley and its aggressive attacks on artists and other content creators. He has testified to Congress twice on behalf of artists.
Lowery will speak about “Creativity,” the theme for the conference.
Poster presentations will go from noon to 2 p.m., and oral presentations will be from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. Judges will be needed for the various sessions and to decide best presentations for awards. Contact Dr. Scott Bailey if you would like to be a judge or your college rep on the ARC/SAC Committee.
Get Up & Get Fit Video Contest, Deadline Extended to Mar. 31
Calling all Clayton State campus departments! Take a break from work and create a video of your staff showing how they Get Up & Get Fit throughout the workday.
Each participating department will make a video (90 seconds max) of its staff taking a break from the work day to engage in any form of exercise or physical activity (dancing, jogging, yoga, push-ups, etc.). The videos should be creative and inspire others to get up throughout the day and get fit.
Due to the obnoxious weather recently, the Get Fit Video submission deadline is extended to Monday, Mar. 31 at noon. Submit videos for the Get Up & Get Fit Incentive program to Lisa Williamson at email@example.com. The winning department will have its video posted to the Wellness Council Facebook page and departmental employees will receive free fitness and wellness assessments from Recreation & Wellness.
Loch Shop Survey and Grad Fair
The Loch Shop is participating in a national survey on course materials and technology. For your participation, there is one guaranteed winner of $100 and a chance to win $1,000. Please give us your feedback and help improve The Loch Shop. Visit www.studentwatch.org to participate.
Also, on Feb. 27 and Feb. 28, The Loch Shop will be having Grad Fair on Main Street of the James M. Baker University Center. This is the first opportunity for students to order class rings, graduation invitations and other graduation regalia.
Welcome Donal Christian, Assistant Vice President/Controller
The winter weather delayed Vice President for Business Operations Corlis Cummings welcome to a new Business and Operations team member.
As a result, Cummings is now pleased to announce that Donal Christian, a former Brooklyn resident, has joined Clayton State University as assistant vice president/controller.
Christian brings several years of higher education financial management experience with him. He most recently served as the financial comptroller for Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn. He also served as an adjunct faculty member. Prior to his work at Medgar Evers College he was the director of finance at Montclair State University.
Christian also has served as the director of finance and planning at Brooklyn College and as a senior financial analyst at New School University. He began his career asa budget analyst at CUNY Central Office where he was responsible for the budgets of six CUNY community colleges.
He holds an MBA in Computer Information Systems from the University of Miami, and has both his BA and his MA in Economics with specialization in Finance from CUNY City College, N.Y. Currently, he is a captain in the United States Army Reserve.
“Please join me in welcoming Donal to Clayton State University,” says Cummings. “He is located on the third floor of Woodlands Hall.”
Pathway to Clayton State – East Re-opens
The walkway between the main campus and Clayton State – East has re-opened, following last week’s ice shutdown.
Music Preparatory School Registration Opens, Feb. 17
The Music Preparatory School at Clayton State is opening registration for Spring Session 2 on Monday, Feb. 17. The Prep School offers lessons and classes in piano, voice, strings, and other instruments to adults and children age six and up. Contact Dr. Carol Payne, director, at (678) 466-5600 or e-mail CarolPayne@clayton.edu to get more information or to register.
Student Wellness Week, Feb. 17 to Feb. 21
The Clayton State University Division of Student Affairs would like to invite all Clayton State University students and on-campus departments to participate in the inaugural Student Wellness Week.
Student Wellness Week is designed to promote total wellness among Clayton State University students. Hosted during the week of Feb. 17 to Feb. 21, a variety of on-campus activities have been designed using the eight dimensions of wellness. These dimensions include physical, social, emotional, environmental, spiritual, financial, intellectual, and occupational. In order to achieve total wellness, an individual must remain well-balanced in each of these dimensions.
According to Lisa Williamson, assistant director of Recreation & Wellness (Fitness & Wellness), “Student Wellness Week was developed to show our students how much Clayton State University and the Division of Student Affairs is vested in their well-being. The goal of Student Wellness Week is to connect students with on-campus resources that can help them explore each of the dimensions of wellness more fully.”
All Student Wellness Week events are free to students and will be hosted by on-campus departments such as Counseling and Psychological Services, Career Services, Recreation & Wellness, Campus Life, Laker Card Center, Go Green Team, Auxiliary Services, School of Nursing, University Health Services, and the Health & Fitness Management Program. Giveaways, testing, and educational programs will be held throughout the week.
Many of the events will be held in the James M. Baker University Center on Main Street, while others will be held in the offices of the participating departments. The full schedule of events can be found at www.clayton.edu/recwell/Wellness-Programs.
For more information on Student Wellness Week or how you can participate, please contact Williamson via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (678) 466-4975.
Starting a Business Class at Henry Chamber, Feb. 18
Clayton State’s Small Business Development Center’s “Starting Your Business” class, originally set for Tuesday, Feb. 11, has been re-scheduled due to the impending winter storm. The new date is Tuesday, Feb. 18, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Henry Chamber of Commerce, 1709 Highway 20 West, McDonough, Ga.
Receive 50 percent off each additional person with the purchase of one registration at full price, $69. All registrations must be made at the same time in order to receive this discount. This discount cannot be combined or used with any other discount or coupon. The 50 percent off is for current Clayton State students, faculty, and staff. Contact Heather Chaney for the discount code.
For more information, please contact Chaney at (678) 466-5100 or email@example.com.
Register at http://www.georgiasbdc.org/subpage.aspx?page_name=view_classes&city=Morrow#.
Staff Smith Award Nominations, Starting Feb. 18
It’s that time of year to begin nominating staff members for the annual Smith Award. The official submit dates will be Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014 until Tuesday, Mar. 4, 2014. However, you may start preparing your comments for your nominee.
Eligible nominees must be a full-time staff member with non-faculty status, and a minimum of one year of credible service at Clayton State University. A nomination form will be available soon. The award committee members are Edmond Rainer, Sara Holmes and Rhonda Gibson. The committee members are ineligible to be nominated.
If you have additional questions, please contact Heidi Benford, Staff Council chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org or ext. 4328.
Writing a Living Business Plan Workshop, Feb. 18
Clayton State SBDC is holding a “Writing a Living Business Plan” workshop on Tuesday, Feb. 18, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Arts & Sciences Building, room G229. The cost is $69 with a 50 percent discount for each additional person that registers with you-no discount code needed.
Running a business without a plan is like going on a road trip without a map. Learn why a business plan is crucial to your business' success. Topics for discussion include:
•Telling a compelling & provocative story about your business
•Completing a SWOT Analysis
•Setting goals & key performance indicators
•Compiling sections of the plan (Marketing, HR, Financial, & Operational)
•Calculating profit & loss projections, balance sheet, & cash flow statement
•Finding sources & determining the cost of capital
A sample business plan and other handouts will be provided.
Contact Heather Chaney at (678) 466-5100 or register at http://www.georgiasbdc.org/subpage.aspx?page_name=view_classes&city=Morrow#
National Recreational Sports & Fitness Day, Feb. 19
NIRSA’s National Sports & Recreational Fitness Day will be held in the Student Activities Center Fitness Center on Wednesday, Feb. 19. Celebrate recreation and wellness through participation in Group X classes, intramural sports, and fitness contests.
There will be cash prizes and recreational play all day. Contests will run from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Go to www.clayton.edu/RecWell for the full schedule.
Kickoff for Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle Set for Feb. 19
The Clayton State University Library has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to participate in a special initiative entitled Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle.
Created Equal: America’s Civil Rights Struggle is made possible through a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, as part of its Bridging Cultures initiative, in partnership with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.
The kickoff for Clayton State’s program will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 19, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in room 101 of the Harry S. Downs Center and will highlight all four Created Equal films and include discussions led by a panel of Clayton State faculty and a student representative.
The documentary films trace the struggle for civil rights in America starting with the abolitionist movement and cover pivotal moments like the freedom rides, the end of convict leasing, and the legalization of interracial marriage. Discussions will focus on the following themes: The Strategy of Nonviolence, The Power of the Individual, and Equality Under the Law.
Dr. Eric Bridges, associate professor of Psychology
Dr. Shannon Cochran, assistant professor of English and Interdisciplinary Studies
Dr. Kathryn Kemp, associate professor of History
Maria Morales-Beale, graduate student, Applied Developmental Psychology
Erin Nagel, Assessment & Marketing Librarian, Created Equal program coordinator
For more information, go to: http://clayton.libguides.com/createdequal.
Manganese Exposure and Parkinson’s Disease – Biology Seminar Series, Feb. 21
Mn… that’s the chemical signal for manganese. Probably an element (good old number 25 on the Periodic Table) you’ve never thought about unless you’re a chemistry or biology major. But, maybe you should consider the effects of manganese.
On Friday, Feb. 21, as part of Clayton State’s on-going Biology Seminar Series, one of Laker Lines’ favorite biologists, Dr. Jacqueline Jordan, will be speaking on “The Link Between Manganese Exposure and Parkinson’s Disease.” Her presentation will begin at 2:15 p.m. in room 107 of the LAB. Refreshments will also be provided.
New York Times Talk on the Role of the News Media, Feb. 21
On Friday, Feb. 21, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m., in room UC 267 of the James M. Baker University Center, Associate Professor of Journalism and popular culture expert Dr. Randy Clark will facilitate a New York Times Talk called: “Who can you Trust, the Role of the News Media.”
This event is open to all members of the Clayton State University community. A free lunch will be provided by the New York Times to those that RSVP to Dr. Joe Corrado at email@example.com no later than 3 p.m. on Feb. 20.
Clayton State University Orchestra and Southern Crescent Symphony Concert, Feb. 21
The Clayton State University Orchestra and Southern Crescent Symphony, conducted by Assistant Professor of Music Dr. Richard Bell, will be in concert on Friday, Feb. 21, at 7:30 p.m., in Spivey Hall.
The program will feature: Overture to the Magic Flute by Mozart, Peer Gynt Suite by Grieg, Romeo and Juliet by Tchaikovsky, and Capriccio Espagnol by Rimsky-Korsakov.
Tickets are $10, $5 for students, and free for Clayton State students and employees.
Clayton State Recreation & Wellness to host AFAA’s APEX Weekend, Feb. 21 to Feb. 23
The Clayton State University Department of Recreation & Wellness is proud to host the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America’s (AFAA) APEX Weekend for the second consecutive year.
According to Lisa Williamson, assistant director of Recreation & Wellness (Fitness & Wellness), “We are thrilled to welcome AFAA back to Clayton State in 2014! Hosting fitness certifications on campus assists in promoting Clayton State University to the local community and provides on campus opportunities for our students to become certified fitness professionals.”
AFAA certifications and workshops being hosted during the APEX weekend include: Personal Fitness Trainer Certification (Feb. 21 to Feb. 23), Group Exercise: the Practical Way Workshop (Feb. 21), Primary Group Exercise Certification (Feb. 22), Kickboxing Instructor Certification (Feb. 22), and Practical Pilates Workshop (Feb. 23).
All certifications and workshops will be hosted in the SAC Fitness Center. Registration is currently available on AFAA’s website http://www.afaa.com by searching the Atlanta area.
Please visit: http://www.clayton.edu/recwell/Fitness-Center/Group-Exercise for links to certification registrations. For more information, contact Williamson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GACE Study Workshop, Feb. 22
Sponsored by the Department of Teacher Education and ARS, and presented by ARS, a comprehensive preparation session for GACE (Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators) Content Assessment will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., in room G-101 of the Arts & Sciences Building.
The cost is $75 — workbook and materials fee required — make payment at time of registration. Advanced registration is required to reserve your seat. Go to www.academicresource.org.
Testing Our Patience: Gaining Clarity on Education Reform Issues in Georgia, Feb. 22
Sponsored by the National Association for Multicultural Education – Georgia Chapter, “Testing Our Patience: Gaining Clarity on Education Reform Issues in Georgia” is part of a statewide teach-in about educational reform issues.
According to Dr. Mari Roberts, associate professor of Multicultural Education, and president of the National Association for Multicultural Education – Georgia Chapter, the teach-in involves national and local speakers and active workshops that will discuss push-back against some of the reform decisions being made by the state. The date is Saturday, Feb. 22, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. In addition to Roberts, Clayton State professors Drs. Steven Smith, Eric Bridges, Erica Dotson and Mary Hollowell will also be involved.
Registration for the teach-in is online at; http://testingourpatience.eventbrite.com.
National speakers for the event will include: Anthony Cody, ED Week blogger and spokesperson from the National Association for Fair and Open Testing; University of Georgia professor Peter Samgorinski; and Barbara Madeloni.
Local speakers will include Georgia State professor Vera Stenhouse; Kennesaw State professor Scott Ritchie; Borquaye Thomas (The Teacher’s Lawyer); Matt Jones, 2013 System Teacher of the Year and founder of EmpowerED; Mary Anne Smith, member and co-founder of MAPS (Metro Atlantans for Public Schools); and our own Dr. Roberts.
In addition, parents and local teachers will discuss the damage Georgia’s policies have done to the profession, their children and students.
VITA, Feb. 22
Accounting students from Clayton State University are again participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program hosted by the College of Business.
VITA is a national program that provides tax support for certain eligible taxpayers. The program, which has been in existence for more than 40 years, is also an experiential learning experience for Clayton State students, providing the volunteers with extensive IRS training and testing, enabling them to ensure that taxpayers will have their tax returns filled out accurately and timely and receive the tax credits they qualify for, such as the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Child Tax Credit.
This service will next be offered at the College of Business on Saturday, Feb. 22, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Taxpayers will be assisted on a first-come, first-serve basis. If taxpayers have further questions they may call the VITA hotline at (678) 466-4527.
Current college students can also benefit from having VITA volunteers prepare their taxes since the volunteers are trained in the rules for the credits available for tuition and other school-related expenses. The VITA program also prepares state income tax returns and provides free e-filing options to ensure clients receive their refunds as soon as possible.
Note: There are some commercial preparers advertising on campus, if you want free help look for the word, “VITA” or the Clayton State logo.
Those who are eligible to receive this service are taxpayers who make under $51,000 a year and wish to receive help with their 2013 personal income taxes using Forms 1040EZ, 1040A, and simple1040s. The program does not provide assistance with out-of-state or small business returns, or for those who are self-employed.
Those interested in receiving this assistance must bring the following items:
ü Photo identification,
ü Social security cards for themselves, their spouse, and dependents,
ü Birthdates for primary, secondary, and dependents on the tax return
ü Wage and earning statement(s) Form W-2, W-2G, 1009-R, from all employers
ü Interest and dividend statements from bank(s), Form 1099
ü Other relevant information about income and expenses
o Day care provider identifying number
o Total amount paid for day care
ü A copy of last year’s federal and state income tax returns if possible,
ü Bank routing and account numbers for direct deposit.
Please note that both spouses will need to be present to file electronically.
Making Things Better Award Presentation, Feb. 28
The Making Things Better Awards presentation will be held on Friday, Feb. 28, at 1 p.m. in room UC-272 of the James M. Baker University Center.
History Honor Society Accepting Applications, Deadline Mar. 3
Applications are now being accepted for membership in Phi Alpha Theta, the national history honor society. This prestigious organization promotes the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.
Membership is not limited to History majors. To join, undergraduate students must complete a minimum of 12 semester hours (four courses) in History, achieve a minimum GPA of 3.1 in History and a GPA of 3.0 or better overall. There is a one-time initiation fee of $40. This fee includes a membership certificate and four issues of the journal The Historian. Membership in Phi Alpha Theta is a lifetime membership.
If you have any questions or would like to receive an application, email Dr. Carol L. White, faculty adviser for Phi Alpha Theta, at email@example.com. Applications are due by Monday, Mar. 3.
Spring 2014 Facilities Advisory Committee Requests, Deadline Mar. 7
The Facilities Advisory Committee provides input and makes recommendations for new facilities or space needs, modifications to existing spaces, as well as dealing with facilities-related issues and long-term planning. Requests are reviewed at semi-annual Facilities Advisory Committee meetings in April and October.
The committee reviews and prioritizes the requests with reference to the Space Utilization Study report conducted by the Board of Regents in 2013 that documents each campuses’ space utilization metrics including Clayton State University’s.
The Facilities Advisory Committee is calling for facilities modifications requests for spring 2014. The Modification/Space Request Form is found on the Facilities Management web page at http://www.clayton.edu/facilities/planningdesign/facilitiescommittee. The completed form should be submitted to the appropriate Vice President for signature and transmitted to the committee by Mar. 7, 2014.
Vice Presidents will be notified by Mar. 14 whether they will need to submit PowerPoint presentations. Not all requests will lead to PowerPoint presentations before the committee. Presentations are due on Apr. 4. Presentations to the Facilities Committee will be conducted the week of Apr. 7 by those confirmed by the committee.
Go to http://www.clayton.edu/facilities/planningdesign/facilitiescommittee to access the request form and presentation requirements.
If you have questions, please contact Svetlana Soroka at SvetlanaSoroka@mail.clayton.edu.
Our Genealogy Group Annual Workshop, Mar. 8
Our Genealogy Group will hold its Annual All Day Workshop for Beginners on Saturday, Mar. 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This genealogy workshop for beginners is free, but you must RSVP quickly! Only the first 50 are guaranteed a seat. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be unable to accommodate those who do not RSVP.
The workshop will be held in the James M. Baker University Center at Clayton State University. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
This year’s workshop will include;
Dating photographs using hats and hair by Angela
Using the census by Selma and Vicki
Breaking brick walls by Trish
Genealogy databases at Clayton State University by archivist Rosemary Fischer
Research in the Library
The first half of the day we will have speakers, and after lunch we will head to the Clayton State University Library to utilize the free genealogy programs offered by the University. You will also learn which of these programs are available to use free at home via the University website.
This will be a "hands on workshop," so bring your laptop or tablets, bring anything you need help with, bring your files and notes, and most importantly, bring a friend. With your RSVP, please let us know what brick walls you are running up against in your research. We will assign someone to help you with your issue, and hopefully get it resolved by the end of the workshop.
About a week before the workshop we will email to you all the handouts to be used during the day. Print them out and bring them in, or just use them on your laptop or tablet during the day.
Spring 2014 Visiting Writers Reading Series, Mar. 20
The spring 2014 edition of the Visiting Writers Reading Series will be held on Thursday, Mar. 20 and will feature a day with Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie.
Tallie is a writer, educator, and performer who has been a featured speaker at universities, festivals and events throughout Europe and North America. She is the poetry editor of the literary magazine African Voices. Her work deals with silence, sexism and racism.
Tallie’s day at Clayton State will begin at 11:15 a.m., with a lecture in room UC 272 of the James M. Baker University Center. Tallie will be speaking on finding empowerment through writing and being an African American woman, mother, writer, and herbalist.
After lunch, she will give a poetry reading from 2:10 p.m. to 3:25 p.m., also in UC 272. The reading will take 20 minutes and will be followed by a Q&A and book signing.
From 3:35 p.m. to 4:50 p.m. she will visit Dr. Brigitte Byrd’s Advanced Poetry class and meet with students from that class.
More information about Tallie can be found at her author page: http://www.ekeretallie.com/.
Student Personal Training Available for Faculty and Staff
The Clayton State University Health & Fitness Management (HFMG) program and the Department of Recreation & Wellness would like to invite all Clayton State University faculty and staff to a participate in free (to SAC Fitness Center members) Student Personal Training.
Student Personal Training is a capstone class project that allows senior level students in their last semester of academic work, but do not currently have a personal training certification, to experience the field of personal training. Students will create a bio to market themselves, design personal training uniforms, screen clients, and personal train clients for a total of 16 sessions over an eight week period.
Faculty and staff interested in participating in the Student Personal Training program are invited to stop by the Student Activities Center front desk to take a look at the Student Personal Trainer’s bios. Training sessions will begin on Monday, Feb. 17 through Friday, Apr.18, 2014. All personal training sessions will be held in the Student Activities Fitness Center and is free of charge to SAC Fitness Center members through the HFMG Student Personal Training program. Non-Fitness Center members may also take part at a discounted price.
For more information on Student Personal Training, contact Melanie Poudevigne, director, Health & Fitness Management, at (678) 466-4937 or email email@example.com.
You can also contact Lisa Williamson, assistant director of Recreation & Wellness, Fitness & Wellness) at (678) 466-4975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
In a Hurry but Need to Eat? Try Lakeside Dining Hall To-go!
In a hurry or need to eat at your desk but you’d still like a meal from the Dining Hall? We’ve got two To-Go options when using your meal plan at the Dining Hall!
- Reusable To-Go containers: Pay a one-time fee of $3 to get your meal in a reusable To-Go container. Bring your used container back at your next visit and get a clean reusable container the next time you get a To-Go meal.
- Biodegradable Containers: Purchase a biodegradable container, cup and utensil set at the Dining Hall for only 30 cents and toss it in the garbage when you’re finished.
All To-Go meals include your choice of entrée and sides, plus other items such as a salad, grill items, pizza, dessert, and a beverage.
Outdoor Adventure – Spring Trip Registration Open
Outdoor Adventure has a great spring schedule planned, from hiking to skydiving there is something for everyone! Pick up a brochure located around campus or checkout the website at http://www.clayton.edu/recwell/Outdoor-Adventure/Trip-Information.To register for an Outdoor Adventure trip stop by the front desk of the Student Activities Center (SAC).
For more information, contact Outdoor Adventure at (678) 466-4972 or by email at email@example.com.