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Author James Patterson Meets Scholars He Helped Educate


Three years ago, author and philanthropist James Patterson, who has written many books over the years, both for children and adults, selected students in Morgan State University’s School of Education and Urban Studies to receive a monetary gift in the form of 4-year scholarships to promote the education of future teachers. Patterson is a staunch believer in education as a ...

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Three Morgan State University Students Recognized as Extreme Science Scholars


September 10, 2015 – Today, Oreoluwa Adesina, Hashmath Fathima and Dennis Aryee were recognized in a ceremony as Extreme Science Scholars (ESS). The ceremony was hosted by Dr. Alvin Kennedy, Interim Dean of School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences (SCMNS), with special guests, Dr. Lori Graham-Brady, Associate Director of the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute at Johns Hopkins University, and ...

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Morgan Students Participate in VACCINE Summer Research Workshop

Six students from Morgan State University (MSU) recently completed a week-long summer research program at VACCINE from July 19th-25th

Six students from Morgan State University (MSU) recently completed a week-long summer research program at VACCINE from July 19th-25th.  The event was in conjunction with the Department of Homeland Security Summer Research Team Program for Minority Serving Institutions, which gave MSU students the ability to learn about the science of visual analytics through an immersive experience at the VACCINE Center. ...

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Around The World and Back: Ashley Coar

Ashley Coar

Ashley Coar is not your typical college student. She’s traveled the world and speaks five languages (Japanese, Spanish, Korean, French and English). And despite being born to African American parents from the United States, Korean is actually her native tongue. She didn’t learn to speak English until age seven. Along with her ability to speak multiple languages fluently, she also ...

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Architecture & Planning Students Create “Aqualounge” for 34th Annual Artscape

SAP Artscape 2015

Exhibit Will Serve as a Main Anchor Point for Water-related Education and Entertainment Throughout the Weekend of Festivities At this year’s 34th Annual Artscape celebration, which takes place from July 17-19 along Charles Street between Preston and Mount Royal avenues in Baltimore’s art district, there will be a new center piece exhibit to highlight the festival’s 2015 theme of “Water.” ...

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Morgan Students Look From The Inside, Out To Show The Value Of Black Lives


Black lives matter. And one Morgan professor took up the challenge to show the world just how much. More than a year ago, Chris Metzger, a professor in Morgan State University’s Visual Arts Department, asked his students to join him in a public art project to raise social awareness. The project would be in direct response to a call to ...

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Morgan State choir, Cuban ensemble find common ground

Coro Entrevoces at Morgan State University

Article by Wesley Case • The Baltimore Sun On Wednesday afternoon, Ariana Rodriguez, a soprano from Cuba, became so overwhelmed with emotion during a solo that she took off her eyeglasses and threw them to Morgan State University’s choir room floor. Less than 30 minutes later, the vocalist — visiting Baltimore for the day with the award-winning Havana-based choir Coro Entrevoces — barely remembered ...

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Hundreds help clean up after Baltimore riots


BALTIMORE — Students from Morgan State University, local teachers, individuals who were out of school because of the closings and members of several fraternities methodically began cleaning the city after a violent night of rioting and looting. In all, about 3,000 individuals— many joining the efforts on an impromptu basis— worked from dusk until dawn to help Baltimore reclaim its Charm ...

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Morgan Students Making A Difference

Students from Morgan State take to the streets of Baltimore to clean up after the riots...with no media coverage.

Original article by Communities Digital News – “Baltimore: Force the media to tell the truth“ BALTIMORE, Maryland, April 29, 2015 − “What we have here is a failure to communicate…” If you have been following the mainstream media, and social media, over the course of the Baltimore riots, you will undoubtedly have seen violence, looting, burning, and mayhem. We have witnessed images ...

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