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2021 Olive Branch Ceremony Postponed

The member institutions of the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC) continue to operate with the safety and well being of our community at the forefront of all decision making. The presidents of the Atlanta University Center Consortium member institutions have decided that it is in the best interest of our students, faculty and staff to …

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Apollo, Ares and Oaktree to Launch $90 Million Initiative for AUC Consortium Students

NEW YORK, NY, June 15, 2021 – Apollo Global Management, Inc. (Apollo), Ares Management Corporation (Ares) and Oaktree Capital Management, L.P. (Oaktree) today announced a 10-year, $90 million, industry-first initiative, “AltFinance: Investing in Black Futures™.” The initiative is designed to diversify the alternative investment industry by attracting, training and providing career opportunities for college students …

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AUCC Institutions Celebrate Commencements

2021 AUCC Commencements to Feature Renowned Speakers ATLANTA, Ga.) – The Atlanta University Center Consortium, Inc., member institutions’ spring 2021 commencements will feature renowned civil rights activists, a former gubernatorial candidate, an A-list actress and a political commentator. Clark Atlanta University, Morehouse College and Spelman College will celebrate the classes of 2020 and 2021. CLARK …

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The Atlanta University Center Mourns Alexis Crawford

On behalf of the Atlanta University Center and Council of Presidents, we are saddened to learn of the tragic death of Ms. Alexis Crawford. On behalf of the entire Atlanta University Center, we extend our deepest condolences to the Crawford family and to the entire Clark Atlanta University community. Clark Atlanta University President George T. French Jr., Ph.D, pens …

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Atlanta University Center And Data Science: The Right Place At The Right Time

Introduction by John Ahmann, president & CEO, Westside Future Fund Our guest columnist this week is Todd Greene, executive director of the Atlanta University Center Consortium Inc. (AUC), the world’s oldest and largest contiguous association of historically Black colleges and universities. In his column, Todd expands on the critical importance of equipping students with data …

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UnitedHealth Group Announces Atlanta HBCU Partnership

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: UnitedHealth Group Announces Atlanta HBCU Partnership, $8.25 Million Investment in the Education of Future Data Scientists Investment funds Atlanta University Center Consortium Data Science Initiative Program expands access to training programs for minority undergraduate students Funding supports the launch of classroom education to teach data analytics and train a new …

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AUC 2019 Commencement Ceremonies

As May approaches, students, faculty, and staff prepare for the season’s pomp and circumstance marches through the country. The Atlanta University Center is no different. Beginning Saturday, May 18, 2019, the four Atlanta University Center Consortium member schools will watch nearly 2,000 students receive their archival paper diplomas. Dates and times: Saturday, May 18, 2019, …

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‘Gender, Race and Inclusion in the Sports Media: Who’s In, Who’s Out and Who’s Still Left Out.’

The panel’s moderator and five members were themselves a highly diverse and accomplished group ― men, women, gay, straight, black, white and Latino ― with noteworthy careers primarily in the field of sports communications. Moderator Tareia Williams is the Turner Sports director of Communications, and the five panelists were: Rana Cash, sports director of the …

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