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Chief John Keener, the director of public safety at Clayton State, addresses campus staff members

November 16, 2023

Public Safety provides situational awareness training for staff


Braves serve up home run with Clayton State food distribution event

The first-ever Atlanta Braves Home Plate Project food distribution event at Clayton State University proved to be a massive success. 43 volunteers lent a helping hand by directing traffic, loading vehicles, and delivering food to residents in Laker...

Limitless Leader: Clayton State senior begins career in Atlanta Mayoral Office

One Clayton State senior’s summer internship has now become the first leg of his professional career. Interdisciplinary Studies Major James Gathings currently serves in Mayor Andre Dickens’ Office of Constituent Services.

Clayton State professor selected for chair position

Dr. Leon Prieto is the first African American chair to serve Chair of the Management History division for the Academy of Management.

Trio of Clayton State professors release new textbook

"Fundamentals of Georgia Family Law" was written by Legal Studies professors Antoinette France-Harris and Sherry Southard, and Denise Allen – an adjunct professor of Legal Studies.

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Clayton State University, Georgia senator celebrate Constitution Day

Sen. Brian Strickland of Georgia District 17 visited Clayton State's campus to discuss the importance of the U.S. Constitution, particularly the First Amendment.

Alumni Spotlight: Cynthia Rucker

Continuing the Clayton State University Alumni Association’s series of spotlights on our new Alumni Board members, Dr. Cynthia Rucker joined the board on July 1, 2022.

USG reveals positive financial, job growth at Clayton State

The University System of Georgia recently revealed that both it and Clayton State are trending upwards financially, with the latter creating an output impact of $307,617,085 while adding 2,505 new jobs at the university.

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