A photo of women admiring the illustrations and Arabic lettering of a Koran in a part of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul where only women are allowed to pray won the annual study-abroad photo contest of Clayton State University.

The winner of Clayton State University’s 2013 study abroad photo contest is Julie Coile, a master’s of business administration student, who participated in an 11-day tour organized by the Turkish American Chamber of Commerce of the Southeast U.S. More

Clayton State Appoints Dean of Its College of Business

by Phil Bolton | April 16, 2014 Avinandan (Avi) Mukherjee, currently chair of the marketing department at Montclair State University in New Jersey, has been appointed dean of the College of Business at Clayton State University. His appointment is effective Aug. 1. More

U.S. Internships and German Apprenticeships Focus of April 25 Luncheon

by Phil Bolton | April 15, 2014 A luncheon discussion on the pros and cons of vocational training is to be held on Friday, April 25 at the offices of the Atlanta law firm Arnall Golden Gregory, LLP More

Atlanta Firms Provide Internships for Nine German Apprentices

by Phil Bolton | April 11, 2014 A foundation based in Hamburg, Germany and the local German American Chamber of Commerce are partnering on an apprentice project that will provide two-month internships in Atlanta-based companies for nine German trainees. More

Kennesaw State Presents Its First Global Achievement Awards

by Phil Bolton | April 10, 2014 The Institute for Global Initiatives at Kennesaw State University presented its first international achievement awards during an inaugural ceremony April 8 at the Marietta Country Club. More

Robinson College's Dean Headed to New York

by Phil Bolton | April 5, 2014 H. Fenwick Huss, who has served as dean of Georgia State University's J. Mack Robinson School of Business since 2004, expected to retire in June, but has been approached to be dean of a New York business school. More