Author: Maia E. Morgan

Addressing diversity in study abroad programs

Clark Atlanta’s very own freshman Hali Smith was one of 10 students selected around the country for the prestigious Frederick Douglas Global Fellowship. The Council for Independent Educational Exchange (CIEE) president James Pellow and director of the Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions (CSMI) Marybeth Gasman wanted to create a change in study abroad programs.

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Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work Receives Recognition

The dean of the Whitney M. Young Jr. School of Social Work felt the school’s recognition, “places us at another level for the students interesting in our programs and faculty interested in coming to work here.” During the last three years, Dr. Jenny Jones has worked collectively with the school’s faculty to help refine the

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According to the President of Morris Brown College, he found it necessary to step in and provide strong leadership for this historically black college during his 12-year stay. Dr. Stanley Pritchett informed the Board of Trustees of his intentions to resign effective, December 31, 2018. Explaining he, “felt it was time to allow for a

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