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Destination One wins AIABaltimore Design Award

Destination One, 2013 Artscape Project designed by SA+P students and faculty, received the Associate AIA/Emerging Professionals Award at the 2013 AIABaltimore Excellence in Design Awards on October 18th at the Baltimore Design School. The project was a music pavilion and DJ dome inspired by the visionary ideas of Buckminster Fuller.  A forefather of the modern sustainability movement, Fuller sought ways to …

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School of Architecture and Planning hosts Research Symposium @ CBEIS

  You are invited to the School of Architecture and Planning’s Faculty Research Symposium.  Hear more about what SA+P Faculty are doing. Below are the following presentations. ADAM BRIDGE Tradition and Vitality: Organization and Incentive Structures for Cultural Improvement Districts LEON BRIDGES Historic Markers in Detroit, Michigan and Columbus, Indiana DANIEL CAMPO Historic Preservation in a Void: Insurgent Conservation and Urbanism Practices in Buffalo and …

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Morgan Announces $250K Grant from Knight Foundation for School of Global Journalism and Communication

Morgan State University President David Wilson yesterday announced the receipt of a $250,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to establish an Urban Digital Journalism program in the university’s School of Global Journalism and Communication. The grant will enhance training technologies and resources to develop undergraduate journalists covering news and features stories in four Maryland municipalities; Baltimore …

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Morgan to Host Ceremonial Opening of School of Global Journalism and Communication

Morgan State University will welcome a cast of journalists, editors and media experts from around the country for the ceremonial opening of the MSU School of Global Journalism and Communication on Thursday, Oct. 3 beginning at 11:15 a.m. The opening will feature a ribbon cutting and will be followed by a national dialog on the influence of media in the …

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Professor Connell creative work exhibited at Maryland Federation of Art

Three creative works by Prof. Ruth Connell, two lithographs and one painting, have been accepted in the annual Maryland Federation of Art juried art exhibition for artists of Anne Arundel County. The works were selected by John Shipman, Gallery Director, The Art Gallery, University of Maryland and juror for MFA’s open-juried AACO exhibition. With over three hundred and twenty total …

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SA+P Big Winners at AIAMaryland Awards

The School of Architecture and Planning were big winners at the 2013 AIAMaryland Design Awards on September 12th at the new John and Frances Angelos Law Center in Baltimore. The Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS) won the Public Building of the Year Award.  Designed by Hord Coplan Macht and Freelon, CBEIS is the home of the School of Architecture …

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Architecture at Morgan Rated in Top 25

According to Graduateprograms.com, Morgan’s Graduate program in Architecture ranked in the top twenty-five graduate schools nationwide. Graduateprograms.com reaches current and recent graduate students through scholarship entries as well as social media platforms. These program rankings cover a period from September 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013. Graduateprograms.com assigns 15 ranking categories to each graduate program at the graduate school. For …

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Kadir Aslan Named Among Maryland’s Top Innovators

Morgan Chemistry Professor Kadir Aslan recently added another accolade to his growing list of recognitions, as he was last week named one of Maryland’s top innovators by the Daily Record Newspaper. Dr. Aslan, who received a $100,000 grant from Maryland’s Innovation Initiative in April, was among 25 individuals, organizations and companies to be named to the 11th annual listing of …

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Morgan Professor Accepted into NIMHD’s 2013 Health Disparities Program

Dr. Alice M. Jackson, professor in Morgan State University’s Department of Political Science, has been accepted to participate in the 2013 Translational Health Disparities Course offered by the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD). The admission process was competitive and was open to a target audience of health care/public health professionals; public policy professionals; academic researchers; members …

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Morgan Introduces New School to Nation’s Black Journalists

The National Association of Black Journalists, the nation’s largest and oldest advocacy organization for journalists-of-color, recently concluded its 2013 national convention in Orlando, Florida. It is where Morgan State University President David Wilson and Dean DeWayne Wickham announced the University’s new School of Global Journalism and Communication. Morgan hosted a reception at the convention to introduce the latest addition to …

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