CLAYTON STATE NEWS
August 8, 2022
Clayton State University has received a $5 million gift from the estate of former Jonesboro resident and longtime friend of Clayton State Lon Carnes to enhance music education at the institution.
Communications professor publishes article exploring intersection of Caribbean culture and public relations
Dr. Susan McFarlane-Alvarez, associate professor of corporate and cultural communication, has published an article analyzing the convergence of her heritage in her classroom learning.
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 Dr. Jelani Favors has been shortlisted for the for the MAAH Stone Book Award presented by the Museum of African American History.
Often, one of the first opportunities a young woman can build their leadership skills is through student organizations.
A Clayton State University history professor has earned one of the highest awards for Southern writers for his book about the impact of historically Black colleges and universities on the Civil Rights Movement.