Clark Atlanta Receives $494,000 Curriculum Reform, Research Grant
Courtesy: Clark Atlanta University
Courtesy: Clark Atlanta University

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) President Ronald A. Johnson today announced the receipt of $494,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to fund strategic activities in support of the University’s new focus on undergraduate research, a key aspect in the University’s efforts to implement comprehensive curricular reform, through December 2018.

“This award,” said the President, “acknowledges that our efforts to transform and revitalize Clark Atlanta’s curriculum will not only enhance our students’ individual and collective academic experiences, but also enrich the regional and national economy through the production of graduates who possess the foundational strengths of critical thought and analysis, industry and organizational intelligence and, most importance, stackable credentials in myriad fields of endeavor. ”

Read the full story – Clark Atlanta University Awarded $494,000 from Mellon Foundation for Paradigm-Shifting Undergraduate Curriculum Reform


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