AI Hub Planned for Clark Atlanta University with $2.79M NSF Grant in Collaboration with AI4OPT at Georgia Tech

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) in collaboration with the NSF AI Institute for Advances in Optimization (AI4OPT) at Georgia Tech, has been awarded a $2.79 million grant over the next four years by the National Science Foundation to create an AI Hub. This collaborative effort aims to advance AI education and research at minority-serving institutions, particularly...
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Clark Atlanta University Celebrates Students Securing Blackstone LaunchPad Internships

Clark Atlanta University’s Robert H. “Bob” Bell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development (CIED) is proud to announce that nine CAU students have secured highly competitive paid internships for the summer of 2024 through the Blackstone LaunchPad program.   These internships provide a unique opportunity for students to gain valuable experience and develop essential skills in...
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The HBCU Executive Leadership Institute at Clark Atlanta University Celebrates June Seminar Residency for 2024 Community of Fellows and Inaugural New Presidents

Intensive Curriculum Prepares the Next Generation of HBCU Legacy Leaders  Today, the Executive Leadership Institute at Clark Atlanta University (HBCU ELI) proudly announces the completion of eight New Presidents and the participation of 33 outstanding Fellows from two of its esteemed 2024 communities. This milestone not only celebrates individual achievements but also underscores the critical...
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Clark Atlanta University’s Dean of the Whitney M. Young, Jr., School of Social Work Elected to Serve as the Board Chair of the Council of Social Work Education

Clark Atlanta University congratulates Dr. Jenny Jones, Ph.D., MSW, on being elected to serve as the Chair-elect to the of the Board of Directors for the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) Board of Directors. In this role, Jones will be working with the CSWE board of directors to ensure the organization meets its obligations...
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The Mandela Washington Fellowship Returns to Clark Atlanta University in Summer 2024

CAU partners with the City of Atlanta to welcome young African leaders to the area.  Clark Atlanta University is proud to announce its selection as an Institute Partner for the 2024 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.    Beginning June 19 – July 28, Clark Atlanta University, (CAU) will host 25 of Africa’s bright, emerging Business...
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Clark Atlanta University Announces the Resounding Return of the Music Education Major Since 2005, Igniting a New Era of Musical Excellence in 2024

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) proudly announces the relaunch of its esteemed Music Education major, marking a triumphant return after a hiatus since 2005. Rooted in a legacy of academic distinction and cultural enrichment, CAU is steadfast in its commitment to providing a transformative education, with a renewed focus on nurturing the next generation of musical...
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Clark Atlanta University Receives Federal Resources from Senator Ossoff to Strengthen Cybersecurity Job Training at the Institution

U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is strengthening cybersecurity job training opportunities for metro Atlanta college students.  Today Sen. Ossoff announced he is delivering Federal resources to strengthen the Cybersecurity Leadership Center at Clark Atlanta University, increasing the number of career opportunities in the cybersecurity field and boosting opportunities for HBCU students. With the Federal funding, Clark...
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Clark Atlanta University Receives Record-Breaking Number of Applicants 46,414 for Class of 2028

Clark Atlanta University is among the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) of “choice” according to data revealing the institution’s record-breaking number of applicants.   According to CAU’s office of undergraduate enrollment, this year the University has received more than 46,000 applications for the incoming Freshman Class of 2028, a 6% increase from last year and...
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Clark Atlanta University Celebrates Alumnus Kenny Leon’s Tony Award Nomination for Best Direction of a Play

Our esteemed alumnus, the award-winning director Kenny Leon, has been nominated for best direction of a play—Purlie Victorious— for the 2024 Tony Awards. This nomination follows his previous win of a Tony Award for best direction of a play, A Raisin in the Sun, in 2014. Leon graduated from Clark College (now Clark Atlanta University)...
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Clark Atlanta University to receive Federal Appropriations Earmark Award of $630,000 for Public Safety Enhancement Project from Congresswoman Nikema Williams

United States Congresswoman Nikema Williams recently announced that she has secured more than $12 million in community project funding for Georgia’s Fifth Congressional District and requested an appropriated earmark award of $630,000 for public safety improvements at Clark Atlanta University. The funding falls under Federal Nexus—funding provided by the federal government for private land— under...
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