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Morgan Hosts ‘Cultural Competency Training’ For Law Enforcement Officers

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Nearly 70 Baltimore City and Morgan State Police Officers Participated in a Full Morning of Discussions and Exercises to Improve Police-Community Relations Morgan State University’s School of Social Work (SSW) has launched its Cultural Competency Training for Baltimore City Police Officers, a bold new program designed to improve police-community relations and reduce the number of negative interactions between police officers and the …

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Morgan Receives $140,000 National Science Foundation Grant For Early STEM Engagement Research

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University’s Research Included Among 37 National Projects to Receive First-Ever Awards Under the NSF INCLUDES Program Morgan State University has been awarded a $140,598 research award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the study “Early STEM Engagement for Minority Males through a Network of Minority Serving Institutions.” This two-year project is led by Dr. J. Kemi Ladeji-Osias, associate professor …

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Governor Appoints MSU Senior to Serve on Maryland Higher Ed Commission

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Governor Larry Hogan has appointed Morgan’s Adrien Feudjio to the Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC). The senior electrical engineering major will serve as Student Advisory Council Representative for the 2016/2017 academic year. In his role, Feudjio will advise MHEC on the concerns, perspectives, and experiences of students attending Maryland colleges and universities. The council and its members also promote student perspectives through analyzing several socio-economic concerns …

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Morgan Appoints GWU’s Scott As New Athletic Director

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Morgan State University President David Wilson today announced the appointment of Edward Scott as the University’s new director of Intercollegiate Athletics. “I am pleased to welcome Ed Scott to his new home at Morgan State,” said Dr. Wilson. “He has proven himself successful with athletic programs very similar to Morgan’s, and, although we know there are some challenging days ahead, …

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Morgan State University Receives More Than $1 Million In National Science Foundation Grant Funding In 2016

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Awards to be used to advance scientific and innovative research The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Morgan State University (MSU) a combined $1,181,837 in total research grants for calendar year 2016. The funding supports a variety of cutting-edge research projects that advance the frontiers of innovation. Many of the projects funded by the NSF will be led by Morgan …

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MSU Football Supports ‘Coach to Cure Muscular Dystrophy’ Program

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During last Saturday’s home victory against Beltway rival Howard University, the Morgan State football team participated in the annual Coach to Cure Muscular Dystrophy program. The initiative, in its eighth year, aims to raise money and awareness for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, the most common and fatal genetic disorder associated with muscular dystrophy. The disease primarily affects boys of all ages, …

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Joint Morgan and University of Havana Project Leads to Cultural Exchange

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Four students from the School of Global Journalism & Communication (SGJC) spent the summer shooting a documentary with students from the University of Havana to capture the interaction between Cuban and American collegiate students learning about each other’s cultures. In June, seniors Katia Jordan, Kendra Hawkins, Devonte King and Duane Saunders Jr., who graduated in May 2016, spent a week …

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Morgan Hosts Senator Ben Cardin and Leaders of Maryland HBCUs

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Morgan President David Wilson hosted a meeting convened by Maryland U.S. Senator Ben Cardin with the leadership of Maryland’s four historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs). The meeting, held on the campus of Morgan State University, represents the first of what will be a series for discussions to further the growth and development of HBCUs in Maryland, according to Senator …

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