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Earl S. Richardson Library Launches Electronic Reserves System

The Earl S. Richardson Library today launched its campus-wide Docutek eRes system for faculty and students. Offering a database for electronic reserves compiled from more than 400 libraries worldwide, the system simplifies student access to information and integrates technology into the learning process. Docutek eRes libraries web-enables course reserves and offer patrons round-the-clock access to reserve material online. The Richardson Library’s …

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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

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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