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Morgan Wins Award for Community Policing Project

Morgan State Newsroom

Morgan State University (MSU) was awarded a grant from the Code 3 Association, a non-profit organization that exists to influence and support relationships between law enforcement and the communities they serve. In a time of strained police relations in Baltimore and cities around the country, community oriented policing offers the best solution to enhance dialogue between City residents and officials.  …

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School of Architecture Collaborates in “Diamonds Light Baltimore”

Diamonds Light Baltimore

Gabriel Kroiz, associate professor and chair of Undergraduate Design in Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning, teamed with artist Mina Cheon to create 15 outdoor light sculptures that will be on display as a part of “Light City Baltimore.” The Kroiz Cheon collaborative named their project “Diamonds Light Baltimore.” It will illuminate landscapes along sections of the inner harbor’s …

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MSU Volunteers Bring Clean Energy to Morgan Community Mile Homes in Need

Morgan Volunteers Bring Clean Energy

In an effort to assist local Baltimore residents in need of energy efficiency upgrades, volunteers from Morgan State University, including students, staff and University President David Wilson, Ed.D., teamed up with representatives from GRID Alternatives, the U.S. Department of Energy, the City of Baltimore, Bowie State University, Coppin State University, Civic Works, AmeriCorps members and other community organizations to bring …

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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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Architecture & Planning Students Create “Aqualounge” for 34th Annual Artscape

SAP Artscape 2015

Exhibit Will Serve as a Main Anchor Point for Water-related Education and Entertainment Throughout the Weekend of Festivities At this year’s 34th Annual Artscape celebration, which takes place from July 17-19 along Charles Street between Preston and Mount Royal avenues in Baltimore’s art district, there will be a new center piece exhibit to highlight the festival’s 2015 theme of “Water.” …

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Remediation courses helping first-year students get ahead

by WBAL - Remediation courses helping first-year students get ahead

An increasing number of colleges and universities are helping first-year students brush up on the basics before starting classes. More than half of Maryland’s high school students heading to college who need extra academic help are spending part of their summer trying to get a head start. Morgan State University is one of the many schools in the Baltimore area …

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Making a long-term commitment to Morgan

Morgan State Newsroom

The recent unrest in Baltimore, involving primarily young African-Americans, highlights serious problems that for years have not been widely recognized. Maryland is a very affluent state and it is easy to overlook the problems of the city when suburban jurisdictions that comprise the Baltimore-Washington-corridor rank high on most socio-economic indicators. To those of us who closely observe the persistent disparities …

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