CLAYTON STATE NEWS
September 20, 2023
The image of domestic violence spans all ages, backgrounds and identities.
Archives are often viewed as repositories for various types of documents and records, whether it be information related to a community’s cultural identity and history, or vital records to help governments function and make decisions.
Dr. Tim Hynes has announced his intention to retire as president of Clayton State University, effective June 30, 2021.
It’s not often people are able to find a career path that is both professionally and personally enriching.
Clayton State’s Center for Social Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship Appoints Fellows from University of Cambridge
Drs. Neil Stott and Paul Tracey were recently appointed fellows at the Center for Social Innovation and Sustainable Entrepreneurship at Clayton State University’s College of Business, where they will work with Dr. Leon Prieto, center director and...
Clayton State University Master of Business Administration alumnus Michael Montgomery ’17 has spent his professional career in the accounting, advertising, and events management industries in the military, private sector, and higher education arena...
The College of Arts and Sciences kicked off fall semester recognizing its professors who have made achievements in service, scholarship and teaching excellence.