CLAYTON STATE NEWS
August 9, 2022
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.
The Clayton State University Archives is seeking donations from the community to document the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the community.
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...
Women shined during the 2020 election as they came out in unprecedented numbers to run for office and win and donate to the candidates that best represented them.
Clayton State University’s Society for Advancement of Management student chapter took home several awards, including Overall Business Skills Champions at the 2020 International Collegiate Business Skills Championship.