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Students at Morgan State University Celebrate World Home Economics Day

For the past two years, students enrolled in the Observation and Methods for Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) course at Morgan State University have supported the International Federation of Home Economics World Home Economics Day (WHED). In keeping with WHED’s 2016 theme, “Home Economics Literacy; Skills for Families and Consumers,” students distributed close to 200 “FACS” bags to MSU students …

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Getting Acclimated in Cienfuegos, Cuba – Day 2

The next morning we awoke to discover that we had a world-class view surrounding our hotel including a beautiful view of the bay.  As it would turn out, our hotel, which I understand was once owned by the Hilton family, was located next to the historic Palacio del Valle. Following a very hearty breakfast, we left to attend our cultural exchange …

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MSU Civil Engineering Students Win ‘University Cup’ in ACI Concrete Competition

Congratulations to Morgan’s winning participants in the American Concrete Institute (ACI) Maryland Chapter’s Concrete Competition. This past March, 10 MSU civil engineering students on two teams, Morgan Nation and The Morgan Bears, competed against other area university teams in a concrete-mixing design and testing contest. Morgan Nation took the competition’s top spot, earning ACI’s University Cup, while The Morgan Bears …

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Dr. Zuniga Awarded Outstanding Research Award

Congratulations Dr. Miguel Zuniga, marketing faculty in Morgan State University’s Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management. Dr. Zuniga was recently presented the Outstanding Research Award by The Institute for Business and Finance Research for his manuscript titled “A Bilingual’s Perspective on Polysemous and Single Meaning Slogans.”  The award is granted to the manuscript demonstrating excellence, rigor, quality, and high impact research. A double-blind …

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Morgan’s Dr. Eric Conway conducts for First Lady of Soul

Morgan State University is well represented during Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States. Choir director Eric Conway has the enviable task of conducting the choir (not the Morgan Choir) that will back up singer Aretha Franklin, who is part of a larger concert in Philadelphia on Saturday, September 26, 2014. “For Aretha Franklin to ask me personally to …

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Morgan Professor’s New Book Examines the UN’s Role in ‘Waging Peace’

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Max Hilaire, Ph.D. is professor and chair of Morgan’s Political Science Department. A summa cum laude graduate of MSU with a B.A. in political science, Class of 1979, he also earned an M.A., M.Phil. and Ph.D. at Columbia University. Dr. Hilaire’s expertise is in public international law; international human rights and international humanitarian law; United Nations law and U.S. foreign …

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Morgan State University Researchers Receive NASA Awards

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has recognized two Morgan State University (MSU) research scientists for their technical efforts. The two researchers are part of a team of Morgan State University scientists who work on the Goddard Earth Sciences Technology and Research (GESTAR) Program, a NASA cooperative agreement managed by Universities Space Research Association (USRA). Dr. Min-Jeong Kim received …

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