CLAYTON STATE NEWS
August 9, 2022
Clayton State University and Atlanta Metropolitan State College have announced a new partnership to provide a degree pathway for students interested in education careers.
Career Services hosted an Internship Networking Breakfast on Feb. 12 in an effort to create university-wide awareness related to experiential learning as part of Spring 2020 internship week.
Shelley “Butch” Anthony III, founder of the longtime Atlanta southern-style restaurant franchise This Is It! BBQ & Seafood, shared his story of faith, business acumen and success to inspire students at Clayton State University.
Past and present Lakers celebrated university pride during this year’s week-long homecoming celebration.
Clayton State University English professor finds “good owners” narrative in museum interpretation of slave history
Plantation museums can provide a misleading understanding of the stories of enslaved individuals based on the perspective of the docent, according to Clayton State University English professor Dr. Sara Harwood.
Clayton State University once again celebrated the efforts of individuals and groups around campus who make a difference at this year’s annual Making Things Better Awards held on Nov. 6.