Whether in business for two years or 20 years, many small business owners are so busy working IN the business, they neglect working ON it. As a result, the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Clayton State University is bringing GrowSmart to Fayette County for the fourth time.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has awarded a 2014-2015 Honorable Mention Award designation to the Clayton State University SHRM student chapter for providing exceptional growth and development opportunities to its student chapter members.
Clayton State University students in Dr. Leon Prieto’s Management Principles class had the opportunity this past semester to work directly with four companies.
On May 29, Clayton State University Assistant Professor of Management Dr. Leon Prieto, and recent psychology graduate Xavier Smith attended the Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) PhD Student Consortium in Pittsburgh.
Clayton State University has received a $20,000 gift from the Alonzo F. and Norris B. Herndon Foundation to support scholarships, beginning in fall 2015. Herndon Foundation Board Chair William J. Stanley, III, was on campus on June 1 to present the check to Clayton State President Dr. Thomas Hynes.
The Center for Business and International Negotiation in the College of Business at Clayton State University will be presenting a free, three-hour seminar for nonprofit organizations entitled, “Conflict Resolution Skills for Not-for-Profits,” on Friday, June 5.
Dr. Michael H. Deis, professor of Management and chair of Accreditation in the College of Business, has retired after more than 20 years of full-time experience with Clayton State University.
A paper Dr. Leon Prieto co-authored with Psychology major Xavier Smith, entitled Schneiderman, Perkins, and the Early Labor Movement: An Ethic of Care Approach to Labor & Safety Reform, was the winner of the Best Paper Competition, Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA).
Since 1974, Marcia Taylor has been building her family-owned transportation and logistics company, Bennett International Group, into a global corporation with annual revenue in excess of $315 million.
The College of Business at Clayton State University, and sponsor Mitch Johnson, vice president of Primerica Financial, hosted the University’s second elevator pitch competition with 18 competitors from four institutions on Apr. 10, 2015.