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BSAED Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Morgan’s Undergraduate Architecture and Environmental Design Program (BSAED) celebrates its 10th year with a public lecture by the programs founder, Melvin Mitchell 10th Anniversary Lecture – Melvin Mitchell, FAIA Presented by the School of Architecture and Planning, MSU “The crucial responsibility of a black architect is to envision and conceptualize new environments, create value, and deliberately reflect African-American culture where …

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Architecture at Morgan Achieves Six-Year Term of Accreditation

The National Architectural Accreditation Board (NAAB) has officially granted a six-year term of accreditation to the professional architecture program. The program is scheduled for its next comprehensive accreditation visit in 2017. The findings for academic achievement were nothing short of spectacular! Of thirty-two rigorous Student Performance Criteria, one criterion – only one! – was listed as Not Met. This was …

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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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MSU Professor on Religion, Atheism and Agnosticism

The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Morgan State University presents a talk by Joe Pettit Associate Professor and Coordinator of Religious Studies Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Morgan State University “God and Reason: Why Belief in God is More Rational than Atheism or Agnosticism” Thursday, November 3 11 am – 1 pm Holmes Hall 117 For more …

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Elijah Cummings Keynotes National Transportation Symposium at Morgan State

United States Congressman Elijah Cummings will join a host of transportation government officials and experts on Tuesday, October 11, 2011 for the Morgan State University National Transportation Center’s Transportation Funding Symposium, to be held in the University Student Center beginning at 8:00 a.m. The symposium will engage community leaders on funding for  transportation and benefits to national economic development, and …

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Morgan State Launches Partnership with Harford Community College

Morgan State University and Harford Community College yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding for the establishment of a joint undergraduate degree program in electrical engineering. The partnership is designed to meet Maryland’s projected increase in demand for electrical engineers over the next few years, resulting from the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) initiative of 2005, and was signed by Morgan …

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Administrators with Morgan’s School of Architecture and Planning Play Big Role in Maryland

Dr. Mary Anne Akers, dean of Morgan State University’s School of Architecture and Planning (SAP), is in her first year of service after being appointed by Governor O’Malley to the Maryland Parks Advisory Commission. The panel develops ongoing recommendations and proposes new or enhanced strategies to the Governor and secretary of the Department of Natural Resources for promoting and improving …

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Study Abroad Scholarship Programs

 ATTENTION STUDENTS!!!!! Here are the Deadlines for the following Study Abroad Scholarship Programs: Boren Scholarships and Fellowships –February 9, 2012 Gilman International Scholarship- October 4, 2011 College Language Association (CLA) Scholarship-February 10, 2012 Institute for International Public Policy Fellowship-February 15, 2012 To learn more about these scholarship opportunities, please contact: Mr. Johnson Niba The Center for Global Studies & Exchange …

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