Clark Atlanta University (CAU) is pleased to announce that the School of Arts and Sciences Department of Public Administration has been recognized for outstanding work at a Call for Papers Presentation held at the National Forum for Black Public Administrators (NFBPA) Conference this week in Orlando Florida. CAU is one of several prestigious hosts of
Interim President of Morris Brown College, Dr. Kevin James
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The new Head Football Coach of Clark Atlanta University was selected and named on Mar. 19. Tim Bowens is a former football star at the University of Alabama and veteran assistant Division I football coach in the Sun Belt Conference, the Southern Conference and Conference USA. “Tim embodies the qualities that I see in most
The new radio show “The Exclusive with Stacy Roberson” where celebrities and influencers discuss the music industry politics and education was launched by WTSU Radio and CAU alumni on Mar. 4. Stacy Roberson, songwriter and former SGA Graduate President at Clark Atlanta University felt students will react to the discussions on the show positively. “I
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
The recent government shutdown, enforced by President Donald Trump, affected more than just government employees. Many college students were affected as well. Clark Atlanta University had its share of students who were and still are affected by the recent shutdown. The shutdown, which started Dec. 22, 2018, was the longest one in the Trump presidency.
Students and professors at Clark Atlanta University discussed their plans to travel around the world for Spring Break 2019. According to Clark Atlanta University psychology professor, Dr. Christopher Bass, this spring break trip to Europe will be the first leg of the African Diaspora trips. Next year, the department plans to travel to Brazil. “Each
Growing up in Atlanta better known as the black mecca of the South, it was a common dream for African American girls to attend the prestigious Spelman College and for this particular young lady her dreams weren’t any different. Crystal Grimes Gibson’s plan took a shift, “After I attended ‘A Day in Your Life: Open
Students, faculty and alumni of Clark Atlanta University were able to interact with Georgia’s legislators at the Georgia State Capitol as CAU hosted their third annual “CAU Day at the Capitol” on February 13. Clark Atlanta was honored on both the House and Senate chambers. Interim President Lucille H. Maugé was presented with proclamations and
Featured in the National Football League’s (NFL) annual Super Bowl welcome to the city video in Atlanta, Clark Atlanta University’s Mighty Marching Panther Band was able to play a crucial part in the Super Bowl LIII weekend. “It was an amazing and unforgettable experience that I wouldn’t trade for anything,” Drum Major, Kendrick Payne said.