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Clark Atlanta University

Clark Atlanta University (CAU) is a private, historically black university in Atlanta, Georgia. It was formed in 1988 with the consolidation of Clark College and Atlanta University. Clark Atlanta University is a member of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF).

Clark Atlanta University (CAU), formed in 1988 as a result of the consolidation of two independent historically black institutions — Atlanta University (1865) and Clark College (1869), is a United Methodist Church-related, private, coeducational, residential, and comprehensive urban research university. The University, largest of the 39-member UNCF colleges, offers undergraduate, graduate and professional, and non-degree certificate programs.

Brianna Ford

Profile pictureBrianna Ford is an aspiring Architect. Currently, Ms. Ford is a junior at Clark Atlanta University, where she was awarded as the most achieved Clark Atlanta University graphic student of 2010-2011. She and a group of students participated in a Wal-Mart Regional competition to produce a business process for a modular solar powered Bio-Diesel plant. She has also established a leading role as secretary at Clark Atlanta University's first recycling club. She is striving to become one of few African-American women to promote sustainable architecture.

Janica Johnson

Profile pictureJanica Johnson hails from Annapolis, Maryland. Currently, she is a junior at Clark Atlanta University studying Public Relations and Philosophy. Ms. Johnson is a proud member of Sigma Alpha Pi Chapter of The National Leadership and CAU sustainability council. As a Green for All College Ambassador, she hope to provide her community with the information needed to provide them with the basic necessities to live a much longer and healthier life.

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