CLAYTON STATE NEWS
November 16, 2023
Beyond making an impact in business, women leaders have made major strides in putting dollars back into the community.
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 2ndplace in the Overall Business Skills Champions at the 2021 International Collegiate Business Skills Championship.
Often, one of the first opportunities a young woman can build their leadership skills is through student organizations.
Sheila Corona, a Clayton State junior, says her recent award-winning artwork posthumously honors a widely known South Korean pop idol, whose personal story remains unknown despite his international public fame. He died a mysterious, untimely death...
Many Clayton State alumni have gone on to great jobs. But there are also a lot of alumni who have gone on to great careers and worked to help the next generation of Lakers land their first job.
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.