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.
For the fifth consecutive year, the Clayton State University chapter for the Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) has placed in the top two of the undergraduate division of the annual SAM Business Case Competition.
Clayton State University senior Management majors Krystle Carter (Wahiawa, Hawaii), Chelsie Glanton (Jackson, Ga.), and Martina Moore (from Walterboro, S.C.) recently competed in the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Case Competition in Baltimore, Md.
Ed Baker may be the long-time (29 years) publisher of the Atlanta Business Chronicle, but he knows how to relate to the Millennial Generation. And that was his plan recently when he spoke at Clayton State University as part of the College of Business’ Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series.
In honor of academic excellence, Clayton State University will be honoring its top students at the annual Academic Honors Convocation on Thursday, Apr. 16. The Convocation will be held in Spivey Hall, starting at noon.
The Clayton State University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is on a mission to help close the gap between Georgia's booming film industry and the subsequent production crew shortage by offering programming that focuses on retooling and retrofitting skills from industries that are already closely aligned with the demands of film and television.
Clayton State University Associate Professor of Economics and Assistant Dean of the College of Business Dr. Ali Dadpay was recently featured in an interview on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “On Second Thought” program, speaking on the economic effects of a potential closing of Southern Regional Hospital. The link to his appearance on GPB follows… http://www.gpb.org/on-second-thought.
In a development fraught with significance for both the University System of Georgia (USG) and the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), Clayton State University President Dr. Thomas Hynes and Atlanta Technical College President Dr. Alvetta Peterman Thomas signed a “2+2” Articulation Agreement on Tuesday, Mar. 3, providing A.S. degree holders in supply chain management at the former institution to seamlessly transfer to the supply chain program at Clayton State.
Dr. Ali Dadpay, assistant dean of the College of Business at Clayton State University and director of the College of Business’ MBA program, has announced the addition of two new concentrations for Clayton State MBA students; Sports and Entertainment Management, and Human Resource Leadership.
Accounting students from Clayton State University are again participating in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program hosted by the College of Business. Clayton State is the only college or university in the state that has offered this service consistently for 25 years.