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MSU Students Get ‘Camp Ready’ at 36th Annual Artscape

In a continued show of support for America’s largest free arts festival, Morgan State University will have a noticeable presence at Baltimore City’s annual Artscape event.  This year, School of Architecture and Planning students, led by lecturer Brian Stansbury, will be erecting a new exhibit entitled: Camp Ready. Tying into the event’s theme of “Camp Artscape: Adventure Awaits,” the exhibit will …

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Morgan Faculty & Students Participate in NSA Cyber and Telecomm Research Program

This summer, as part of a new collaboration with the National Security Agency (NSA), three Morgan State University faculty members, five doctoral students and one undergraduate from the School of Engineering’s Center for Reverse Engineering and Assured Microelectronics (CREAM) will participate in a unique summer research program aimed at studying today’s challenges to IoT (Internet of Things) security and RF …

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Black Professional Men Inc. Honors Morgan President and Student Regent

Congratulations to Morgan State University President David Wilson and MSU Board Student Regent Matthew Reeds for their recent recognition as 2017 ‘Rays of Hope’ Award recipients. Black Professional Men, Inc. (BPM) honored the two at the 24thAnnual Rays of Hope Awards and Scholarship Breakfast held this month at Martin’s West. The Rays of Hope awards are given to outstanding African-Americans …

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MSU Student-Athlete Awarded MEAC Post-Graduate Scholarship

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (May 29, 2017)–For the eighth year, the NCAA is inviting more than 230 current student-athletes, NCAA scholarship and grant recipients, all with an interest in working within the sports industry, to the Career in Sports Forum in Indianapolis June 1-4. A committee from within the NCAA membership selected one student-athlete from the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) to attend and Morgan …

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MSU Welcomes New Civil Engineering Honor Society Chapter

Chi Epsilon, the civil engineering honor society, has installed its 141st chapter on the campus of Morgan State University. With the installation, Morgan became the only HBCU to have a Chi Epsilon chapter in its school of engineering and one of only two universities in Maryland with a chapter, joining the University of Maryland, College Park. The installation was the result …

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For Second Consecutive Year, a Morgan Student Is Named Baltimore City Youth Poet Laureate

Congratulations to Morgan State University student Mohamed Tall for being selected as the 2017 Youth Poet Laureate for the City of Baltimore. This is the second consecutive year that a Morgan student has received the honor. Last year’s Youth Poet Laureate was fellow Morganite and Tall’s close friend, Hannah Sawyerr. Tall, a rising junior and political science major from Baltimore …

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Student Entrepreneurs Show Why ‘Morgan Means Business’

Students representing Morgan State University’s Entrepreneurship Society recently collaborated with the Baltimore chapter of SCORE, a resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration, to bring “Morgan Means Business” to campus. Held at the Morgan Business Center, the engaging, one-day event focused on effective best practices in business and featured free workshops, networking opportunities and student showcases. Students from across campus …

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Morgan Graduates Earn Fulbright Scholarships to Teach in Malaysia

As one of the nation’s top producers of Fulbright Scholars and the leader among all Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Morgan State University has positioned its students and faculty members to study and conduct research all over the world. To-date, 140 students and 68 faculty/administrators have traveled as Fulbright scholars to more than 41 countries including Senegal, Nigeria, China, …

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Morgan Student Named to Inaugural Class of Rhoden Fellows

Congratulations to Morgan junior Simone Benson on her selection as a Rhoden Fellow. Benson, who is majoring in multimedia journalism in the School of Global Journalism and Communication, is one of six students from several Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) chosen for ESPN’s The Undefeated’s inaugural class of fellows. Sponsored by ESPN, the Rhoden Fellowship is a two-year program …

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