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Morgan’s Latest Fulbright Scholar Heads to India

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The United States Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board recently announced Suzanne Frasier, Associate Professor at the Morgan State University School of Architecture + Planning, as the university’s latest Fulbright Scholar grant recipient. Frasier will teach and do research at the School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi, India during the 2012-2013 academic year. Frasier’s Fulbright …

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Nutrition Science Students Published in National Journal

Morgan State Nutrition Science Seniors Amanda Katz and Andrea Davis, along with program director, Dr. Ivis T. Forrester-Anderson have been published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Vol. 112, Issue 9, Supplement. Their abstract, “Rare Khorasan Wheat Provides Nutrient Dense Substitution for All Purpose White Flour with no Palatability Issues” was developed on the Morgan State University Campus in …

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Morgan Professors Contribute to the Transportation Funding Debate

Dr. Michael Callow and Dr. Nathan K. Austin, professors at the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management, recently presented their research findings on “Public Perspectives on Transportation & User Fees” at a seminar organized by the National Transportation Center at Morgan State University. The study surveyed 4300 Maryland residents from all counties. The main findings were that Maryland …

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Exploring the Experiences of Latino/a and Asian American Students at HBCUs

If you are a Latino/a, and Asian American college student, you may be eligible to participate in this study. If you decide to participate, you will be asked to complete a brief questionnaire, a one-hour individual interview and an optional 90-minute focus group that will ask questions about your college experiences at Morgan State University. All participants will receive a $25 …

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Editorial: Solving Bias in NIH Funding to African-American Researchers

As was disclosed recently, African American researchers are 10% less likely to be funded after applying for an NIH grant than White researchers. While this is not new to many of us, Dr. Donna Ginther and the team of researchers from the University of Kansas are to be congratulated for providing documentable information on the size of the problem. The …

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