CLAYTON STATE NEWS
November 16, 2023
Ferrari. Verizon. South by Southwest (SXSW). The Super Bowl. These are just a few of the dozens of companies and events Clayton State alumna Christina Zolotova ’07 has worked with through her experiential marketing company, ZOLOTOVA.
Clayton State’s Veterans Resource Center went virtual for its annual Veterans Day ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Students, faculty and staff who served in the U.S. Armed Forces were honored for their service and sacrifice to protect the nation.
40 years ago, a Hungarian mathematician created a three-dimensional puzzle, that has delighted and challenged people over the years who have tried to make the right moves to solve the cube.
COVID-19 brought many challenges for Clayton State University in 2020—a quick transition to online learning, a virtual celebration to recognize spring graduates and a focus on reopening the campus safely for students, faculty and staff.
The College of Arts and Sciences kicked off the Fall 2021 semester recognizing the achievements of its professors in the domains of service, scholarship, teaching excellence, and diversity leadership.
Clayton State University Master of Business Administration alumnus Michael Montgomery ’17 has spent his professional career in the accounting, advertising, and events management industries in the military, private sector, and higher education arena...
Clayton State University has received a $5 million gift from the estate of former Jonesboro resident and longtime friend of Clayton State Lon Carnes to enhance music education at the institution.