The American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation granted Physicians of Tomorrow Awards to eighteen rising fourth-year medical students across the nation. Recipients were nominated by their medical schools and chosen based upon…
The National Institute for Minority Health and Health Disparities has awarded Morehouse School of Medicine $5.7 million over the next five years to continue the Center of Excellence in Health Disparities (CEHD).
An Evolution of Morehouse School of Medicine’s Partnership with the Atlanta VA. There are an estimated 8 million veterans who receive care from VA hospitals across the country; and this number continues to
Approximately 500 men of Morehouse became the College’s newest Morehouse Men Sunday, May 20 on the Century Campus during the 128th Commencement Ceremony.
Ten Wisconsin students sat at a table, wearing maroon and white ties last week during “Signing Day ” and put to ink scholarship papers to attend Morehouse College. They are the first
Zimbabwean-born businessman Strive Masiyiwa is funding full scholarships for 10 African students who have pledged to take their Morehouse education back to Africa to help strengthen their native countries.
Clark Atlanta University Appoints Henry W. Taylor Vice President of Institutional Advancement and University Relations
ATLANTA (August 14, 2012) – Clark Atlanta University (CAU) President Carlton E. Brown announced today that Henry W. Taylor, previously chief development officer for the Level Playing Field Institute…
Clark Atlanta University hosts its sixth in a series of reading seminars on the scholarly work of W.E.B. Du Bois. Panelists include:
When I started seminary in the late 1980s, liberation theology still was influential. Liberationists’ arguments, often based in Christian scripture and theology, so compelled theological discourses that class time in most US