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Eight students received an 8-week internship at an NNPA member newspaper and a $10k scholarship and a $5k stipend for expenses provided by Chevrolet.
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.
Since 2006 Clark Atlanta University has produced the most Black Ph.D.’s in materials science than any HBCU in the nation.
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.