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Class of 2024 Film Production alumnus Maxwell Mihalis behind the scenes during the making of

June 12, 2024

World Premiere: Film Production alumnus hopes to see “The Gateway Process” go global

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Now You Know: Archival collections are still subject to privacy and copyright laws

Archives are often viewed as repositories for various types of documents and records, whether it be information related to a community’s cultural identity and history, or vital records to help governments function and make decisions.

Clayton State University President Tim Hynes to retire

Dr. Tim Hynes has announced his intention to retire as president of Clayton State University, effective June 30, 2021.

Clayton State University pledges $5,000 to increase Black male nursing professionals in Georgia

Clayton State University has committed $5,0000 toward student scholarships as part of a statewide project of the Georgia Nursing Leadership Coalition (GNLC) to increase the number of Black male nurses in Georgia.

Economic Advantage

Clayton State University’s presence continues to make a huge impact on the economic viability of communities south of Atlanta’s airport.

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The Future is Female: Karen Sullivan and why women give back

Beyond making an impact in business, women leaders have made major strides in putting dollars back into the community.

Clayton State University business professor awarded Fulbright grant

Clayton State University business professor Dr. Judith Ogden has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to teach business law in the Eurasian country of Azerbaijan.

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