While Clayton State University Study Abroad programs are typically thought of as providing experiential learning for current Clayton State students, the 2015 trip to Duncans, Jamaica combines current students, faculty and Clayton State alumni... all serving young people of the island nation.
While Clayton State University students are certainly familiar with the nearby world’s busiest airport, a group that recently journeyed to the People’s Republic of China for a study abroad program received a whole new perspective on air transportation.
This College of Business program is very similar to the existing nursing program between the College of Health at Clayton State and Daejeon Health & Sciences College. Clayton State's first business visitors from Daejeon will be arriving on June 28 and leaving on July 25.
On Saturday, June 13, Clayton State Professor of Sociology Dr. A. Rafik Mohamed and his current cohort of Clayton State Study Abroad students, will help celebrate to 10th anniversary on the Jamaica Study Abroad program with a series of concerts at the Jacob Taylor Beach, Silver Sands, Trelawny, Jamaica.
Associate Professor of Biology Dr. Guy Melvin reports on the Clayton State University Costa Rica Study Abroad program…
The College of Health and School of Nursing at Clayton State University will once again be welcoming colleagues and friends from Daejeon Health Sciences University of Daejeon, South Korea.
Dr. Bok-Ryeol Rhyou, deputy consul general of the Republic of South Korea, will be speaking in the Harry S. Downs Center at Clayton State University as part of her visit to Clayton State on Tuesday, July 29. She will be making her presentation in room CE101 of the Downs Center from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. The public is invited.