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Morgan to Host Sexuality, Gender Race & Ethnicity Symposium

Register now for the academic symposium, Intersections:  Sexuality, Gender, Race and Ethnicity, to be held at Morgan on Saturday, March 9, 2013.  Keynote speakers are Keith Boykin, author and noted commentator on race and sexual orientation, and Kelly Brown Douglas, author and chair of Religion and Philosophy at Goucher College. This academic symposium will include several panels where presenters will …

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Morgan State Office of Residence Life & Housing Presents: 2013 POWER LIVE AWARDS

On January 30th, 2013 at 6:30 pm, the Office of Residence Life and Housing (ORL&H) and the Academic Enrichment Program (AEP), will be honoring the stellar academic performance of our residential students at the AEP’s “Power Live 2013: Living the Dream” Awards Ceremony. Power Live is an annual program hosted by the AEP which honors students in the residence halls …

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Faculty Spotlight – Dr. Thurman Bridges

An associate professor of teacher education in the School of Education and Urban Studies, Dr. Bridges has recently received acceptance for presentations at several national conferences. 2013 Presentation Schedule Paper accepted for the 7th annual International Technology, Education and Development Conference in Valencia (Spain) on the 4th, 5th and 6th of March, 2013. Paper title: Bad Boys” to Master Teachers: …

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Morgan Faculty, Students Present at National Science Education Conference

Associate Professor of Science Education, Catherine Martin-Dunlop, recently presented a research paper at the 20th annual conference of the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE)in Charleston, South Carolina (January 9-12). She took four graduate students from her department and they also presented research papers. Samantha Strachan’s presentation and poster was titled, “Exploring Foreign Science Teachers’ Perceptions of Cross-Cultural Classroom Issues.” …

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