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.
The Coca-Cola Company on April 6th announced Helen Smith Price will be promoted to Vice President of Global Community Affairs for The Coca-Cola Company and President of The Coca-Cola Foundation.
A packed studio audience filled with the HBCU’s best and brightest students, alumni, volunteers, fans and Honda associates collectively held their breath as Florida A&M clinched the title over runner-up Chicago State University.
For the third year in a row, Howard University has appeared on the Peace Corps’ Volunteer list while Atlanta-area HBCUs make a dominant showing this year.
Grounded in the proud past, HBCU history is great. During the black history month, we bring to you a list of 10 black college legends that you should know.
Lexus is proud to announce 16 recipients of the 2015 Lexus Verses and Flow Scholarship. The scholarship program is presented in partnership with select Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and is an expansion of the groundbreaking “Verses and Flow” program, featuring poetry, spoken word and music. Scholarship recipients will be awarded $5,000 in recognition […]
Two HBCU alumni spend time on the podcast helping alumni two social issues that affect African Americans. UNDERSTANDING FAIR HOUSING Jeffrey May, a fair housing professional and advocate, pays the HBCU Lifestyle Podcast a visit to give insight about citizens’ rights. The assistant director of National Neighbors gives an understanding of the Fair Housing Act […]
The Atlanta Business Chronicle named Roy George, Ph.D., chair of the Department of Computer and Information Science at Clark Atlanta University (CAU), in its top 100 technology leaders in Atlanta for 2015. Throughout his career, George has been recognized for his visionary leadership and student engagement in the academic technology realm. His work made the […]