Georgia Power and Microsoft have partnered to support Clark Atlanta University’s (CAU) solar powered generator student project.
The HBCU Executive Leadership Institute will serve as an incubator for recruiting and developing the future presidents of over 100 HBCUs.
Former child genius Ronald McCullough Jr. graduates from Clark Atlanta University two years early with a STEM degree after entering college at 16 years old.
The Presidential Inauguration was held at the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel. President Johnson assumed this pivotal role at CAU July 1, 2015.
Latrell Phillips hopes to use his CAU degree to help rid the city of its dubious moniker, “Chi-Raq.” Chicago earned the nickname thanks to gun violence.
In episode 34 of the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast, Clark Atlanta University alumnus Kareem Taylor talks about becoming a successful voiceover artist and how to turn your dreams into a lucrative career.
Hash tags, tweets, sharing posts and blogging promote products and services instantaneously. Historically Black College and University graduates continue to use their collegiate experience, network and social media—while building net worth. They have extended their marketing beyond print media by using platforms such as Instagram, Facebook and Linked In. “The HBCU love is real on […]
Chevron Corporation announced on Sept. 30 that it would provide a $231,500 grant for scholarships and to support enrichment programs for Clark Atlanta University’s (CAU) business and engineering students. This is the third award of more than $200,000 from Chevron since 2011. Trisa Long Paschal, vice president for Institutional Advancement and University Relations, said, “We […]