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December 15, 2022

Facilities Management wins USG award for Energy and Water Efficiency

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Clayton State University Foundation Appoints Eight New Board Members

The Clayton State University Foundation has announced eight new members to its Board of Trustees.

University Focus on Environmental Stewardship Encourages Community Advocacy

University students, alongside members of conservation groups and the local community, tested water samples to assess the quality of creeks and streams in the area.

Mailchimp Renews Launchpad Commitment with Clayton State

Mailchimp recently announced a renewed commitment of $1 million to Clayton State University for the Launchpad leadership academy over the next three years.

Helping students stay in STEM

Although the demand for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) graduates continues to grow, it appears that students are withdrawing from these major concentrations at alarming rates, according to administrators.

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Helping students stay in STEM

Although the demand for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) graduates continues to grow, it appears that students are withdrawing from these major concentrations at alarming rates, according to administrators.

Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Eboni Dotson

Dr. Eboni Dotson reflects on her extensive educational background, being a professor, and starting up her own business.

Facilities Management wins USG award for Energy and Water Efficiency

Clayton State University’s Office of Facilities Management recently won the University System of Georgia’s 2022 Sustainability Award for Energy and Water Efficiency for its chilled water capital construction project.

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