CLAYTON STATE NEWS
September 20, 2023
“I always wanted to be on TV. At least I thought I wanted to be on TV,” says Mikaela Thomas ’13, graduate of the Communication & Media Studies program at Clayton State University and current multimedia and digital content producer for WFXG...
Clayton State University has launched a new mental health initiative to expand mental health resources to students due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Clayton State University is making it easier for undergraduate students at Gordon State College (GSC) to earn an advanced degree in nursing.
A new agreement between Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) and Clayton State University (CSU) will pave the way for GGC’s business school graduates to further their education in a growing and well-paying field.
Dr. Antoinette Miller, Department Chair and Professor of Psychology, has been selected as the recipient of the 2022 Regents’ Teaching Excellence Award for Online Teaching for the University System of Georgia.
During Alumni Weekend in October, Clayton State alumna Latoya Hubbard ’01 participated in a panel for alumni focused on planning for retirement and building wealth.
Dr. Craig Hurley, director and conductor of the Spivey Hall Young Artists, has been named Georgia Music Educators Association’s (GMEA) 2021 Music Educator of the Year.