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Morgan Alumna Awa Drame Published in National Research Journal

Morgan State alumna Awa Drame was recently published in the July edition of The Prostate for her research on prostate cancer cells and resistance to drugs. Drame and others were part of a research internship group at Loma Linda University’s Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine. “Being a minority myself, living in Baltimore and going to a HBCU makes one increasingly …

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Morgan Football to Be Featured in CBS Sports Documentary

CBS Sports Network presents 1ST & GOAL IN THE BRONX: GRAMBLING VS. MORGAN STATE 1968, a documentary about the monumental game played between Grambling and Morgan State, the first historically black college football game played in New York City.  The one-hour documentary airs on Wednesday, Sept. 28  (7:00 PM, ET), exactly 43 years after the game was played at Yankee …

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Morgan to Host Acclaimed Global Activist Nawal El Saadawi

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Morgan State University will host acclaimed author, physician and activist Dr. Nawal El Saadawi for a series of lectures, interviews and community discussions. Her visit is the headlining event for Morgan’s Distinguished Lecture Series, an on-going program sponsored by the University’s Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. The College of Liberal Arts and the Program in …

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Morgan Hosts Baltimore City Mayoral Candidates Forum

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The Morgan State University Political Science Association (PSA) and campus chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha hosted a democratic mayoral forum on September 6 in the University Student Center Theater. Candidates Jody Landers, Sen. Catherine Pugh and a campaign representative for Otis Rolley were in attendance. The forum gave the candidates an opportunity to introduce themselves to the audience and explain …

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Maryland Public Health Professionals to Gather at Morgan

Morgan State University’s School of Community Health and Policy will host the Annual Meeting for the Maryland Public Health Association (MdPHA) on Thursday, September 8, 2011 beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the University Student Center. This year’s theme will focus on “Federal, State, and Local Plans to Eliminate Health Disparities.” Activities are designed to empower healthcare professionals and community and …

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Morgan State Hosts NBA Stars

All-stars from the National Basketball Association made a highly-anticipated stop in Baltimore, as Morgan State University hosted an exclusive summer league game in the Talmadge L. Hill Field House. NBA stars and Maryland natives Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Durant joined LeBron James, Chris Paul and other NBA standouts in a summer league-styled pick up game that was open to the …

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MSU Professor Named to Governor’s Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Council

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Governor O’Malley recently named Morgan State Professor Z. Andrew Farkas to a newly formed state Electrical Vehicle Infrastructure Council. Dr. Farkas joins automobile manufacturers and dealers, electrical vehicle (EV) charging manufacturers and environmental and energy experts to plan and coordinate the successful integration of electric vehicles into Maryland’s communities and transportation system. The Council will develop recommendations on the supply, …

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Morgan Named Among ‘America’s Best Colleges’ by Forbes Magazine

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Morgan State University has been included in a very elite group of colleges and universities around the country, named one of ‘America’s Best Colleges’ recently by Forbes Magazine. Listed among the top quarter of the nation’s colleges and universities, Morgan also ranked among the ten best historically black colleges and universities. “To be included among such an exclusive list of …

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