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Corporate America vs. Entrepreneurship

Join the National Association of Black Accountants and Entrepreneurial Society as a discussion on Corporate America vs. Entrepreneurship is held. Panelist will discuss the pros and cons of working in either field. We will have people on the panel who work strictly corporate or as an entrepreneur, those who work both and those who have transitioned from one to the …

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Morgan Alum Publishes Book: Black Men in College

Black Men in College provides vital information about how to effectively support, retain, and graduate Black male undergraduates. This edited collection centers on the notion that Black male collegians are not a homogenous group; rather, they are representative of rarely acknowledged differences that exist among them. This valuable text suggests that understanding these differences is critical to making true in-roads …

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Morgan Preps Campus For Celebration of its National Civil Rights Legacy

The Morgan State University community will celebrate its legacy of civil rights student activism with two days of celebration, campus lectures, presentations and panel discussion. Click here to watch live stream of the events (Wednesday, Nov. 9th @ 9:00am / Thursday, Nov. 10th @ 11:00am)  On November 9, the MSU Robert M. Bell Center for Civil Rights in Higher Education …

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Morgan Launches $5 Scholarship Initiative

Thousands of Morgan State University students will reap big benefits from the smallest of gifts, thanks to the launch of a new scholarship initiative at the university, the $5 Dollar Scholarship Fund. Announced by Morgan President David Wilson at the university’s annual homecoming gala last Friday night, Dr. Wilson said the initiative was a commemoration of his father’s commitment to …

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