CAU Faculty Spotlights
The state of Arkansas has chosen, out of hundreds of titles, the novel PERFECT PEACE, as its "If All Arkansas Read The Same Book," selection for 2014.
---Dr. Daniel Black, Assistant Professor, African and African American Studies
After an absence of approximately 10 years, Phylon will be available in print and online in early October of this year. The Fall 2014 collection represents a Clark Atlanta University (CAU) campus-wide effort, starting in 2012 under the direction of Dr. Stephanie Evans, to appropriately recognize the legacy of Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois.
---Dr. Obie Clayton, Chair of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Edmond Asa Ware Distinguished Professor, Phylon Editor
Two design works were selected to be in the 2013 Asia Network Beyond Design Exhibition in Beijing, China, October 14 – December 14, 2013.
---Dr. Lin Sun, Assistant Professor, Art Department
Dr. Cimona Hinton, Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences, received a prestigious NIH R01 grant in the amount of $1,178,000 to be distributed over four years in the amount of $294,500 per year.
Dr. Marjorie Campbell, Professor, Biological Sciences, received a $1,085,000 NIH Enhancement of Student Training in Biomedical Sciences grant to continue her work in providing research training for undergraduate and graduate students.
Dr. Alfred Msezane, Director and Professor, Center for Theoretical Studies of Physical Systems, has published over 260 research papers in peer reviewed physics journals and presented over 280 papers at national and international conferences. Dr. Msezane has received a $1.46 Million grant from the Department of Energy titled Electron/Photon Interactions with Atoms/Ions for his current project, in which the primary objectives are to gain a fundamental understanding of the near-threshold electron attachment mechanism and determine accurate electron affinities (EAs).