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Morgan Joins Effort Against Smoking

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Morgan State University and Community Partners Hold their Inaugural Conference “Many Voices, One Goal: Communities Partnering against Tobacco.” Approximately 200 tobacco cessation researchers, students, and community leaders attended the first annual CEASE Conference “Many Voices, One Goal: Communities Partnering against Tobacco.”  This one-day conference on tobacco cessation was held on the MSU campus on Saturday, November 8, to celebrate more …

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Blake Bozeman Named to 2015 Allstate NABC Good Works Team

Blake Bozeman

BALTIMORE, Md. – Senior guard Blake Bozeman of the Morgan State men’s basketball team was recently named to the 2015 Allstate NABC and WBCA Good Works Team, announced on Tuesday, December 2, 2014. The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) and Allstate Insurance Company recognize a select group of college basketball student-athletes who have made significant contributions to …

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Psi Chi Honor Society Featured in International Magazine

MSU Psi Chi chapter

The MSU Chapter of Psi Chi was recently featured in “Eye on Psi Chi” a publication of Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology. The article highlights the history of the MSU Psi Chi chapter, including the distinction of being the second Psi Chi chapter to be established at an HBCU. Dr. Carrol Perrino and Ms. Natasha Otto are …

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HUD Secretary Castro to Address Morgan’s December Grads

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Morgan State University President David Wilson has announced that Julián Castro, secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), will address Morgan’s graduates at the December 2014 Commencement. This will be the second December graduation in the University’s 147-year history. Castro, the 16th secretary of HUD, commands a $46-billion budget of an agency with 8,000 employees. He was …

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Five-Way Tie for MEAC Football Title; Morgan State Earns AQ

MSU Bears Football

NORFOLK, Va., November 22, 2014 – Following an exciting finish to the 2014 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) football season, the Morgan State Bears (7-5, 6-2 MEAC) earns a share of the conference’s title and be awarded the MEAC’s automatic bid to the 2014 NCAA Division I Championship.

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Gloria Gibson Appointed Provost and Senior VP at Morgan State

Gloria GIbson

Morgan State University President David Wilson today announced the appointment of Gloria J. Gibson, Ph.D. as provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs. “I commend the selection committee for its diligent and exhaustive work to find just the right candidate to fill this vital position, and they did a fine job. Dr. Gibson impressed us as an extraordinary leader,” …

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SAP Professor Featured in NYC Online Publication

The Hungry March Band practicing on the Williamsburg Waterfront, 2001 | Photo by Daniel Campo

New York City is blessed with magnificent open spaces that accommodate many different types of traditional recreation: you can fly a kite, play ball, picnic, stroll. But the best way to determine what kinds of uses should go where, to design and plan our landscapes of play, might not always be from the top down. After all, the wide-ranging interests …

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Morgan Couple Documents Benjamin Banneker’s Scientific Study of the Cicada

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Benjamin Banneker — scientist, mathematician and one of the most widely known figures of African-American history — was born on Nov. 9, 1731 in Baltimore County, Md. Many have heard of Banneker’s wooden clock, his mathematical puzzles, his land surveying work in what is now the District of Columbia, and his letter to Thomas Jefferson on the topic of human …

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Little Known Black History Fact: Valerie Thomas

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After graduating from an all-girls high school, Thomas entered Baltimore’s Morgan State University. As one of just two women majoring in physics, she excelled and her tenacity landed her a job at NASA in 1964 as a data analyst. She rose within the government agency quickly, overseeing the Landsat project in the 1970s. The Landsat satellite was the first to …

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Watch news coverage of MSU NIH Award

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A record setting biomedical research grant is awarded to Morgan State University. Tracey Leong explains how the school plans to use these funds. With the grant, Morgan State University is looking forward to expanding and diversifying the next generation of scientific researchers.

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