CAU Now

CAU Now Features Institutional Development, CCRTD

Dec 21, 2019

Join me Saturday morning at 8:30 exclusively on Jazz 91.9 WCLK as we present the December edition of CAU Now. We'll talk about Clark Atlanta University's year-end giving campaign and development priorities and goals with Quisa Foster, Assistant Vice President, Institutional Advancement and University Relations, and Michael Cade, Major Gifts Officer, Institutional Advancement and University Relations. We'll also catch up with CCRTD Director Dr.

CAU Now on Jazz 91.9 WCLK features Clark Atlanta University Lorri Sadler Rice, Associate Vice President, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions at Clark Atlanta University. She talks about the process of going from a high school student to an HBCU student at CAU.  I also speak with noted Ghanaian Statesman, Author and Scholar Kojo Yankah about his new book “From Jamestown to Jamestown.” 

CAU Now Features Homecoming 2019--For The Culture

Oct 11, 2019

Tune in to a special homecoming edition of CAU Now on Jazz 91.9 WCLK on Saturday, October 12 at 8:30 a.m.    We’re talking about CAU 2019 Homecoming festivities with  CAU Senior Director of Alumni Rleations Gay-Linn Gatewood-Jasho, Athletic Director Dr. J. Lin Dawson, and, Sydnee Dickson, a Clark Atlanta Student involved in Homecoming preparations. We will talk about CAU Homecoming – For The Culture—taking place October 13-19. 

CAU Now Features HBCU Cares, NAMI Walk

Sep 28, 2019

CAU Now on Jazz 91.9 tells the news happening on the campus of one of America's greatest HBCUs. The show airs Saturday morning at 8:30am. Our program this time out features the HBCU Cares initiative, as we talk with Dr. Leonissa Johnson, Ph.D., NCC, Assistant Professor & Director, HBCU Center for Excellence in Behavioral Health/ HBCU C.A.R.E.S., Department of Counselor Education.

Join us for CAU Now on Jazz 91.9 WCLK Saturday morning at 8:30am for a wide-ranging discussion about safety and community preparedness with Clark Atlanta University Chief of Police Debra A. Williams. Chief Williams will discuss recent events around the AUC and stress the importance of preparedness as we observe National Preparedness Month.

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