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April 15, 2024

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Clayton State University archival studies professor pens book about history of Black public libraries in the south

Clayton State University archival studies professor Dr. Aisha Johnson-Jones has released a book uncovering the remarkable story of a Jewish businessman who funded the creation of thousands of public libraries and schools across the south for Black...

Clayton State University history professor shortlisted for national book award

Clayton State University history professor Dr. Jelani Favors has been shortlisted for the for the MAAH Stone Book Award presented by the Museum of African American History.

Clayton State University Library launches virtual exhibit of university's impact on healthcare in south metro Atlanta

The Clayton State University Library is highlighting its history of educating medical professionals with the launch of a virtual exhibit. Entitled, "The College of Health: A History of Creating Patient Focused Professionals," this exhibit explores...

Clayton State joins public mourning of Congressman John Lewis

The Clayton State University community joins the public in mourning a Civil Rights pioneer and immovable force for good, Congressman John Lewis.

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College of Business to offer financial literacy course for high school students

Local high school students will have an opportunity to learn about personal finance thanks to a new partnership with Clayton State University’s College of Business.

Alumni Spotlight: Ryan Marsh

Clayton State University alumnus Ryan Marsh ’14 has taken the skills he learned as a Laker student into the supply chain field and is quickly rising the ranks among his peers.

Legal studies professor publishes new book about estate planning

Antoinette France-Harris, J.D., assistant professor of Legal Studies, has co-authored a textbook regarding Georgia law related to the field of estate planning.

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