Dr. Gene Hatfield, Professor Emeritus of History, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017 at the age of 71. Hatfield taught for 32 years at Clayton State University before retiring in 2008.
Morrow, GA - Clayton State’s Master of Psychology has been ranked #39 among the 49 most affordable programs by BestMastersInPsychology.com. The ranking focuses on the most affordable small colleges for a master’s degree in psychology.
Last week, Harper “Nelle” Lee, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning novel, To Kill a Mockingbird (1960), published her long-anticipated second novel,Go Set a Watchman.
Abraham Lincoln is said to have once asked his cabinet: "If you call a horse's tail a leg, how many legs would a horse have?" After his advisors muttered, "five," he gave the answer: four, calling a tail a leg doesn't make it one!
Clayton State University Professor of Political Science Dr. Augustine E. Ayuk has been selected to participate in the College Board’s Annual AP (Advanced Placement) Reading in American Government and Politics.
Clayton State University Director of Choral Activities Dr. Michael Fuchs, was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Atlanta Early Music Alliance.
The Board of Regents (BOR) of the University System of Georgia approved a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film Production for Clayton State University at the BOR’s May 2015 meeting, adding another aspect to workforce development in the State of Georgia’s hottest industry.
The National Council on Teacher Quality’s (NCTQ) recently-released third annual report, “NCTQ Teacher Prep Review” concludes that Clayton State University’s graduate secondary teacher education program produces Georgia’s best-prepared high school teachers.
While it may not seem at first that rapid app development and ecology go together, in reality they do, at least at Clayton State University.
The National Council on Teacher Quality’s (NCTQ) recently-released third annual report, “NCTQ Teacher Prep Review” concludes that Clayton State University’s Teacher Education program's Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree produces Georgia’s best-prepared high school teachers.