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Clark Atlanta University

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION

Historically black college, founded 1988 by the merger of Atlanta University (founded 1865 by Edmund Asa Ware) and Clark College (founded 1869).

Location:
Atlanta, GA

Founding Date:
1-Jul-1988

Team:
Black Panthers

Enrollment:
5800

Official Website:
http://www.cau.edu/

STUDENTS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Reatha Clark King
Business
11-Apr-1938   President of Metropolitan State, 1977-88
Emmanuel Lewis
Actor
9-Mar-1971   Webster
Eva Pigford
Model
30-Oct-1984   America's Next Top Model
Bobby V
Singer
27-Feb-1980   Slow Down
Carl Ware
Business
30-Sep-1943   Former Coca-Cola executive
Walter White
Activist
1-Jul-1893 21-Mar-1955 Worked against lynchings

TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
David H. Blackwell
Mathematician
24-Apr-1919 8-Jul-2010 Bayesian statistics
W. E. B. Du Bois
Sociologist
23-Feb-1868 27-Aug-1963 Civil rights activist
Cynthia McKinney
Politician
17-Mar-1955   Congresswoman from Georgia, 1993-2003 and 2005-07

ADMINISTRATORS AND TRUSTEES

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Juanita P. Baranco
Business
19-Mar-1949   Baranco Automotive Group
Thomas W. Cole, Jr.
Educator
c. 1941   President of Clark Atlanta, 1989-2002
John W. Daniels, Jr.
Attorney
11-Jun-1948   Partner, Quarles & Brady
Reatha Clark King
Business
11-Apr-1938   President of Metropolitan State, 1977-88
David M. Ratcliffe
Business
1948   CEO of Southern Company
Gloria R. Scott
Educator
14-Apr-1938   President of Bennett College, 1987-2001
Carl Ware
Business
30-Sep-1943   Former Coca-Cola executive


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