Volume 7, #110
Complete College Georgia Open Meeting, Sept. 25
A campus-wide meeting on the University’s Complete College Georgia initiative, designed to provide updated material, as well as to generate perspectives on future opportunities and directions, will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 3 p.m., in room UC 272
of the Baker Center.
“Made Real” Video Stories for Faculty and Staff, Sept. 26
A videographer will be available on Wednesday, Sept. 26, between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., in Clayton Hall, room T-215. This session is especially for faculty and staff who would like to contribute a brief testimonial about Clayton State. The video clips will be used throughout the University website as well as in feature videos to promote the “Dreams. Made Real.” tagline theme.
New York Comes to The Loch Shop, Through Sept. 28
OK, so maybe the Statue of Liberty isn’t going to be re-constructed on campus, and the Mets are having a lousy year, but Clayton State University’s The Loch Shop is bringing a little of New York City to the first floor of the Clayton State Student Center from Sept. 10 through Sept. 28. Note the new dates — by popular demand, this event has been extended a week, to Friday, Sept. 28.
According to Loch Shop Manager Todd Smith, The Loch Shop will be featuring a sale on the latest in fashion accessories from Accente NYC.
Based in the New York City area, Accente NYC takes its inspiration from the energy of the New York fashion scene, bringing the latest trends to their retail partners.
Accent NYC fashion scarves and sunglasses will be on sale in The Loch Shop from Sept. 10 through Sept. 28 for $12 each or two for $20. Assorted jewelry and hair accessories will also be on sale for $4 each or three for $10.
Special Accente NYC Sales Event at Clayton State — East, Sept. 25
The Loch Shop Manager Todd Smith has announced a special sales event of Accente New York merchandise at Clayton State — East on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
Fashion Accessories Sale Event will be held in the loft of the main building from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and will include a huge selection of; scarves, jewelry, hair accessories, and sunglasses.
Also on sale will be the popular new limited-edition Loch plush toy.
Visiting Writers Reading Series Opens Sept. 27
The first installment of the fall 2012 edition of the Clayton State Department of English’s Visiting Writers Reading Series will be held on Thursday, Sept. 27 at 11:30 a.m. in room T212 of Clayton Hall. Poet Kathleen Ossip will be reading.
Cross Country/Cheer Squad Car Wash Fundraiser, Sept. 28
Clayton State University’s cross country teams and cheerleading squad will be conducting a car wash fundraiser on Friday, Sept. 28 at Rocky’s Café & Pizza, located at 2262 Lake Harbin Rd., in Morrow. The car wash will be from noon to 4 p.m.
Team members are selling coupons for $5 that includes special meal deals at Rocky’s that are good until Nov. 30. If you would like to support the teams, but are not approached by a team member, contact head coach Mike Mead at (678) 466-4679 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Services Offering a Student Employee Training Workshop, Sept. 28
The Office of Career Services will be offering a Student Employee Training Workshop focused on Exceptional Customer Service. The workshop will be offered Friday, Sept. 28, in the University Center, room 267 from noon to 1 p.m.
If you would like to have your student employee(s) participate, please send an RSVP to Natasha Woodall (email@example.com
) by Wednesday, Sept. 26. For more information call (678) 466-5400.
Early Fall Opening Meetings
As noted at the Fall Faculty Meeting, we are hosting open meetings about several issues of campus wide importance. These are also issues for which campus perspectives are of special value for framing future institutional directions. The topics have already been introduced broadly. These meetings are to provide updated material, as well as to generate perspectives on future opportunities and directions. The sessions are as follows:
Sept. 25 - 3 p.m. — UC 272
Complete College Georgia
Oct. 5 - 9 a.m. — G-132 (Theatre) Budget discussions as well as follow-up discussions of promotion and tenure policy documents under consideration by the Faculty Senate
Oct. 8 - 3 p.m. — UC 272 SACS reaffirmation issues —involvement in completion of standards compliance documents; open discussions on choices for Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP).
Music Preparatory School Registration Open
Registration for Fall Session II for the Music Preparatory School is now open, with lessons beginning the week of Oct. 15. Prep School students are taught in the Clayton State Music Education Building and have the opportunity to perform in Spivey Hall.
For more information, please contact Carol Payne at extension (678) 466-5600, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or check out the website at http://www.clayton.edu/arts-sciences/vpa/music/preparatoryschool
Nominate a Student for the Laker Orientation Leader Position
Do you have an engaged and responsible student in your class? Do you regularly work with a student employee that you believe would represent Clayton State University well? Nominate them to become a Laker Orientation Leader!
The Office of Orientation and New Student Programs is currently seeking outstanding students to serve as Laker Orientation Leaders and welcome incoming students to Clayton State University.
To nominate, go to https://claytonstate.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6MahgqbziRveeZD
to access the form.
Once you have submitted your nomination, the Orientation office will send the student you have nominated a personalized e-mail notifying them of their nomination and inviting them to attend one of our Laker Orientation Leader information sessions. It’s that easy.
Questions? Please contact Candace Henry (CandaceHenry@clayton.edu
) or (678) 466-5443.
Spivey Hall Young People’s Concert Season Opens, Oct. 10
Spivey Hall is excited to launch the 2012-2013 Young People’s Concert season with a variety of classical, world music, jazz, and early childhood education concerts.
The season opening-program will be on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at 9:45 a.m.,
featuring a thrilling world music performance by Via Romen! This vibrant group will present Russian-Romany (“gypsy”) music on native instruments including guitar, violin, accordion, and bass. In addition to outstanding music, audiences will also be treated to the flashy footwork of gypsy dance and traditional costumes. Take your students around the world for only $2 a person. Go to http://www.spiveyhall.org/young-peoples-concerts/via-romen
Registration for these concerts must be done in advance of the performance. Please call (678) 466-4481. To see the complete season of Young People’s Concerts, which runs through March 2013, visit www.spiveyhall.org/education
. We hope to see you at the beginning of October as we launch our new season!
Beach Boot Camp, Oct. 11
Ready to challenge even the most in-shape contender? Beach Boot Camp will rock your body military style. We will work on strength, agility, flexibility, and speed. Join us on the Laker Hall sand volleyball court for your next X-Factor challenge. Thursday, Oct. 11 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Laker Hall Sand Volleyball Court. For more info contact email@example.com
or call ext. 4975.
Fourth Annual Diversity and Multicultural Conference, Oct. 12
The Fourth Annual Diversity and Multicultural Conference will be held on Friday, Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Student Activities Center. The conference is a dynamic and interactive development opportunity that gives participants the essential knowledge and strategies needed to lead and function in a globally-complex society. The 2012 theme is “Building Community Through Diversity” and Judge Glenda Hatchett will serve as our keynote presenter.
This conference is FREE for Clayton State students and $20 for faculty and staff. Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch, and conference gift. Register at http://www.clayton.edu/campus-life/multicultural/conference by Friday, Sept. 28.
Clayton State University Health Services to Hold Awareness Fair, Oct. 25
Clayton State University’s University Health Services will have a fun-filled Awareness Fair for Clayton States students, faculty and staff on Thursday Oct. 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Main Street in the James M. Baker University Center, outside both main entrances to the Baker Center, and at Laker Hall.
According to Dr. Julia Spinolo, UHS director, the theme for this year is, “Life’s A Roller Coaster… Have a Safe Ride.” The Awareness Fair will be filled with lots of fun, games, activities, give-a-ways, and life-long knowledge opportunities.
“We will have a special guest speaker that everyone will want to make sure they take time out to come and hear… details coming soon!” says Spinolo.