Clark College


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Clark College:

see Atlanta Univ. CenterAtlanta University Center,
at Atlanta, Ga.; coeducational. The largest consortium of historically African-American educational institutions in the country, it was organized in 1929 when three schools—Atlanta Univ.
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Clark College's culinary program was originally housed in a space that had no windows and very little visibility on campus.
Beck holds a Bachelor of Arts from Lewis and Clark College (Portland, OR), a Ph.D.
Lewis & Clark College, is the author of a dozen books of poetry and
A lifelong educator, Eileen was a graduate of Clark College in Dubuque, Iowa and received her Masters and Doctorate at Northern IL University in DeKalb.
Clark College Foundation recently hired Harold "Hal" Abrams as associate vice president of development operations.
The $1,000 scholarship, which is named after one of Eugene's African-American elders who helped establish Eugene's first black-run church in the late 1940s, will go toward her education at Lewis & Clark College, where she plans to study biology and music in the fall.
Aldridge earned a bachelors degree in sociology and psychology from Clark College in 1963 and a masters degree in social work from Atlanta University in 1966.
During the spring semester, a visually impaired student who sang in the concert choir asked if I would consider having him in my pre-theory course at Lewis & Clark College, Portland, Oregon.
For researchers, analysts, and scholars of economic causation, economists Tymoigne (Lewis & Clark College) and Wray (U.
Melton graduated from the Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
The bank said that it has donated USD15,000 to Clark College's Career and Volunteer Service-Learning programme to prepare more than 1,000 students with on-the-job training.

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