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.
It’s hard to keep a room full of fifth grade students from fidgeting during an early morning orchestra lesson.
The life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was remembered during Clayton State University’s second annual MLK Commemorative celebration. Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Student Activities Center to hear spoken word and song in honor of the Civil Rights pioneer.
House and Senate were in session Tuesday morning at the Georgia Capitol ready to engage with Clayton State University. Nearly 100 students, faculty and staff visited the statehouse on Jan. 10 for Capitol Day at Clayton State.
University President Dr. Tim Hynes was named one of 100 Most Influential Georgians of 2017 by Georgia Trend magazine. This year’s list focuses on notable Georgians who wield power—those who display leadership and influence everyday citizens.
Clayton State University’s Department of Public Safety wrapped up its inaugural Citizens Police Academy on Dec. 5 graduating 12 students from the program.
The fall Class of 2016 turned their tassels and took the first steps toward the next chapters in their personal and professional lives at the annual commencement exercises on Dec. 10.
As the year 2016 comes to a close, let’s take a look at 10 of our most popular stories featuring exception students, faculty and staff at Clayton State. We also highlight our top two videos on Youtube.
The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety has awarded Clayton State University a $5,000 grant to continue offering alcohol and drug education programming on campus.
Clayton State dental hygiene student Phoung Nguyen has been named winner of the Emile T. Fisher Scholarship for her commitment to the dental profession in Georgia.