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Morgan President Appoints Task Force To Move Baltimore Forward

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Group to Examine Issues Related to City’s Most Intractable Problems and Develop Solutions Morgan State University President David Wilson today announced a task force he has appointed to identify some of Baltimore City’s most challenging problems and develop a plan of action meant to address those issues. The “Gray” Days, Brighter Tomorrows task force, made up of leaders from virtually …

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Philosophy Professor Releases Book

Professor Seth Vannatta releases book, “Conservatism and Pragmatism”. Summary: Conservatism and Pragmatism builds on the insights of classical British conservative thought and classical American pragmatist philosophy in order to illustrate the methodological norms which inform inquiry into ethics, politics, law, and history. The conservative is skeptical of the ahistorical rationalism that permeates social contract and deliberative democratic theory in politics, …

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Morgan State President Names New Chief Of Staff

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Morgan State University (MSU) President David Wilson today announced the appointment of Don-Terry Veal as his administration’s chief of staff. “Don-Terry brings a wealth of higher education experience and a host of successes in this arena,” said Morgan State University President David Wilson. “He has a background that will make him an asset to my administration and to this university. …

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STEM Concepts Drive NTC’s Summer Programs

Delana Penn TTI

The engineering ruler fascinated the teachers in the Teacher Transportation Institute, who learned just what that three-sided instrument was for as they created a traffic roundabout to scale. High school students in the Summer Transportation Institute were similarly amazed by the concepts that go into creating a roundabout. Both groups were part of innovative summer programs hosted by the National …

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Morgan Students Participate in VACCINE Summer Research Workshop

Six students from Morgan State University (MSU) recently completed a week-long summer research program at VACCINE from July 19th-25th

Six students from Morgan State University (MSU) recently completed a week-long summer research program at VACCINE from July 19th-25th.  The event was in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security Summer Research Team Program for Minority Serving Institutions, which gave MSU students the ability to learn about the science of visual analytics through an immersive experience at the VACCINE Center. …

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Morgan Students Study Abroad: Day 14: Home Sweet Home

We Hope All Our Extra Luggage Has Been Loaded

By 8 a.m., we were on the bus headed to Shanghai Pudong Airport to catch our noon flight to Boston, and then onto BWI. It is hard to believe that it has been two weeks since we left the cozy confines of our homes in Baltimore. The first two days in China were slow due to the heat wave, jet …

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Morgan Students Study Abroad: Day 13: Shanghai: The NYC of China

Shanghai Skyline - Leaving China With One Last Hoorah!

We woke up, ate breakfast and loaded our bus. We had our final goodbyes and hugs, and some tears. The local students who had accompanied us for the past six days all showed up to see us off. We made some good friends, learned about their culture while sharing ours, and all the while we were able to be ourselves …

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