Fellows will receive a combined $80,000 in scholarships and summer internships WASHINGTON D.C. – Chevrolet is putting more students in the driver’s seat with the expansion of its Discover the Unexpected fellowship […]
Ninety-six students received nearly a quarter of a million dollars in scholarships and awards at the 40th Annual AUC Consortium Dual Degree Engineering Program Networking Event and Awards Ceremony, Saturday, April 15, at the Georgia
AUC Schools Rank High Among Peace Corps’ Top Volunteer-Producing Historically Black Colleges and Universities
Contact: Emily Webb, Public Affairs Specialist Peace Corps East Region Office email@example.com 212.352.5455 ATLANTA – Today, the Peace Corps announced its 2017 rankings of the top volunteer-producing Historically Black Colleges and Universities
With 10 business divisions that range from aviation to transportation, General Electric Co. continues to power the world with its innovation. Beginning with Thomas Edison’s incandescent lamp in 1879, today GE has morphed
Since becoming an Atlanta University Center Consortium partner institution in 2012, 12 Atlanta University Center Dual Degree Engineering Program students have attended Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Two world-renowned universities on one dynamic
Read Professor Stephane Dunn’s review on “Get Out,” a comedic horror flick written, directed and produced by Jordan Peele. Read the review.
Campus Presidents with Mayor Reed’s office, the Atlanta Police Department, City Council and other partners work together to install 35 cameras and five license plate readers throughout the AUC neighborhood. ATLANTA (Jan. 24, 2017) – Today, the Atlanta University Center Consortium Council of Presidents and Mayor Kasim Reed announced
For nearly 100 years, Morehouse and Spelman colleges have wowed audiences with the annual Christmas carol concert. Always held the first weekend in December, this year being Dec. 2-4, Morehouse-Spelman Christmas carol
From credit cards to student loans, learn how to master your debt at the four-day Clark Atlanta University and Atlanta University Center Consortium Financial Literacy Initiative, Friday, Nov. 4, through Monday, Nov.
It was 1931 when Hale Woodruff, an abstract painter, and Nancy Prophet, a painter and sculptor, established the art departments for the Atlanta University Center institutions. Through the visionary genius of Woodruff,