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Event leaders gather for a photo at Clayton State University's inaugural Social Mobility Summit

June 27, 2024

Clayton State inaugural Social Mobility Summit a “big success”

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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.

Alumni Spotlight: Ezekiel Jones

For two-time alumnus and Alumni Board member Ezekiel Jones ’13, ’15, Clayton State was always in his backyard. After finishing high school, he remembers thinking the chance to attend college so close to home was an opportunity he could not pass.

Management professor visits the University of Cambridge to present research from new book

Dr. Leon Prieto, associate professor of Management, recently was invited to the University of Cambridge Judge Business School in the U.K. to present research from his newly-published book about the history of African American business leaders and...

College of Arts and Sciences launches new bachelor’s degree in elementary education

New for fall 2019, the College of Arts and Sciences will offer a bachelor’s degree in elementary education to increase the number of early childhood education teachers in Georgia.

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Clayton State University, Dalton State College partner to expand access to advanced business education

Undergraduate students at Dalton State College Wright School of Business now have a new pathway to earning a master’s degree in business thanks to a new partnership between the College and Clayton State University.

Alumni Spotlight: Justin Linder

October is a time for costumes, hayrides, and pumpkin everything. It’s also a time for ghosts, monsters, and zombies. Clayton State alumnus Justin Linder ’16 wants to remind you of that, all while having a good time, with the Second Annual 5K...

President Tim Hynes named a “2019 Notable Georgian”

Clayton State University’s president Dr. Tim Hynes was recently named one of 2019’s Notable Georgians by Georgia Trend Magazine.

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