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Camp Counselor Forges Lasting Bonds

Harrison West

Harrison West, a 2014 Morgan State Psychology Graduate, was recently featured in the Washington Post. Mr. West is recognized for his 7-year service as a program assistant and mentor for young boys at Camp Moss Hollow located in Fauquier County,VA. Mr. West was the President of the Morgan State Chapter of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology and ... Read More »

Transportation Internship Program Propels Students into the Workforce

Transportation Internship Program Students

Eight graduate students specializing in transportation at Morgan State University recently completed a yearlong internship program designed to prepare them for successful careers as analysts or planners in their field. The program, a joint initiative of Morgan and the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT), has been a model of workforce development for more than 30 years. Students in the MDOT-MSU ... Read More »

Destination 1 Highlighted on AIABaltimore Magazine

Destination One AIA

Destination One (2013 Design Build Artscape Project) was highlighted on the May 2014 AIABaltimore Monthly Newsletter focusing on Winners of the 2013 AIABaltimore Excellence in Design Awards. On May 28, AIABaltimore hosted at the Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) the “Highlighting Local Talent: Presentations by AIABaltimore Design Excellence Award Recipients”. School of Architecture and Planning students ... Read More »

Architecture Student recipient of President’s Creative Award

At the Spring 2014 Commencement exercises on Saturday, May 17th, Architecture and Environmental Design (BSAED) graduate, Ralph Harper, was named the 2014 recipient of the President’s Award for Exceptional Creative Achievement. The award, established in 1953 by Dr. Martin D. Jenkins, President of what was then Morgan State College, has been a tradition to encourage and give recognition to the ... Read More »

Planning Student awarded MAC-CAE scholarship to travel to India

Jessica Molina, 3+2 (Architecture & Environmental Design and City and Regional Planning) student, will be traveling to India this summer for 8 weeks as the recipient of the Mid-Atlantic Consortium-Center for Academic Excellence (MAC-CAE) scholarship.  As part of Summer Cultural Immersion Program in Bengali and Hindi, Jessica will complete 60 hours of community service and 72 hours per week  learning ... Read More »

Architecture Students Travel to Liberia For Design Challenge

MSU School of Architecture and Planning adjunct professor, Stan Britt, and students Thuy Do, and Zoia Jenkins. (AFRO/Courtesy Photo)

During the 2014 spring break, undergraduate students from the Architecture and Environmental Design program, Thuy Do, Zoia Jenkins, and Zahra Naserdeghan, with Professor Stanford Britt, FAIA, traveled to Liberia to visit the campus of Tubman University and participated in a design challenge with students from two other Historically Black Universities (HBCU) Howard University in Washington D.C. and Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, ... Read More »

Faculty Delivers Plan for Easton’s The Hill

Easton Town Council was presented with a draft “small area plan” for the future of “The Hill neighborhood by a team from Morgan State University. The plans were presented by Morgan faculty, including Professor Dale Green from the School of Architecture and Planning, who is working to prove that The Hill is the nation’s oldest free African-American community through archaeological ... Read More »

Professor Sharma Exhibits Work at International Exhibit

Courtesy Photo

Two of Dr. Archana Sharma’s, Assistant Professor in Landscape Architecture, works were exhibited at the peer-reviewed International Exhibit for the 2014 Council of Educators in Landscape, at CBEIS, Morgan State University, through 26-29th March 2014. The independent piece entitled “Design code in Haiku” and offered haiku as means of practicing critical design thinking, in addition to drawing and sketching. The ... Read More »