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August 9, 2022

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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 raises more than $200,000 during 24-hour fundraising event

With the final tally complete, Clayton State University far-exceeded fundraising expectations during its fifth annual #Give4Dreams day of giving.

The Future Is Female: Rachel Gaines talks about the power of women and student leadership

Over the past two decades, there has been an unprecedented increase in women leaders.

Clayton State University, Gordon State College partner to form master’s nursing degree pathway

Clayton State University is making it easier for undergraduate students at Gordon State College (GSC) to earn an advanced degree in nursing.

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Agreement Offers Smooth Transition for Business Students

Clayton State University and Atlanta Metropolitan State College signed an articulation agreement on Tuesday, September 7.

Spivey Hall Young Artists Director named Music Educator of the Year

Dr. Craig Hurley, director and conductor of the Spivey Hall Young Artists, has been named Georgia Music Educators Association’s (GMEA) 2021 Music Educator of the Year.

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