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Morgan State Receives $352,000 Award from Abell Foundation

Resources Will Enhance University’s Botanical Research Capabilities Morgan State University President David Wilson today announced a partnership with the Abell Foundation to help fund the University’s state-of-the-art greenhouse facility and to enhance the University’s plant science technology training, education and research. The $352,000 grant places the University in a stronger position to form new strategic research alliances like the one recently announced by Governor …

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Black Professional Men Inc. Honors Morgan President and Student Regent

Congratulations to Morgan State University President David Wilson and MSU Board Student Regent Matthew Reeds for their recent recognition as 2017 ‘Rays of Hope’ Award recipients. Black Professional Men, Inc. (BPM) honored the two at the 24thAnnual Rays of Hope Awards and Scholarship Breakfast held this month at Martin’s West. The Rays of Hope awards are given to outstanding African-Americans …

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Maryland Department of Natural Resources Forges New Collaborative Partnership with Morgan State University

Focus on Development, Diversity, Outreach, Research and Training The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Morgan State University, a doctoral public urban research university in Baltimore City, signed a new educational agreement today that seeks to promote collaborative research, community outreach, economic development and opportunity, and workforce training. This first-of-its-kind agreement between the two state institutions was signed at the Patuxent Environmental and Aquatic …

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Former VP Joe Biden Energized Morgan State’s Spring Commencement

Morgan State University’s 141st Spring Commencement offered a wealth of history and firsts, as the school continued its yearlong Sesquicentennial celebration. Former U.S. Vice President Joseph R. Biden delivered the keynote address to a large audience of bachelor’s degree candidates, recent master’s degree and doctoral graduates, faculty, administrators and guests gathered for the Undergraduate Commencement Exercises at Morgan’s Hughes Stadium …

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MORGAN STATE APPOINTS INTERIM RADIO GENERAL MANAGER TO HELP REVITALIZE STATION

Grangenois plans include developing learning lab for students and increasing underwriting Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication (SGJC) announces the appointment of an interim General Manager for its NPR-member public radio station, WEAA.FM (88.9). SGJC Dean DeWayne Wickham has named Mireille Grangenois, the former publisher of The Chronicle of Higher Education, to the post. Grangenois, a former journalist who began her professional news career in Baltimore, is an accomplished …

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Day 11: Coming Home

Today, Friday, June 2, we left for home.  We were excited to come back to our family and friends, but knew that we would miss seeing and tasting the culture of both Spain and Portugal.  This morning we would receive a wake-up call at 3AM.  We were to have our bags down to the lobby by 4AM and all be …

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Day 10: Learning in Lisbon

We only had one full day to explore as many sites as possible in Lisbon, Portugal. In addition to seeing the top tourist attractions, we also wanted to learn more about the history of the region. Portugal, which is located adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean, is a small country in terms of size, roughly about the same size as the …

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Day 9: Next Stop Portugal!

Following a week of successful concerts in Spain, it was now onto Portugal, but not before deliberating on whether or not we should instead visit the beautiful Barcelona region in the northern Spain.  We decided to stick to our initial plan and to perform in Portugal. This may be our only opportunity for us ever visit Portugal and share the …

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Day 8: Exploring the Palacio de los Reales Alcazares

Day 8: Exploring the Palacio de los Reales Alcazares

We only have one more full day left in Spain and this trip has been an eye-opening experience for us all. Experiencing the food, people, and overall culture is something none of us will soon forget. Following breakfast, we embarked on another excursion by foot to see what else we may discover in Seville. Throughout the choir’s years of international …

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