Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Home » Schools & Colleges (page 41)

Schools & Colleges

Federal Internship Opportunities

Financial Management Service (FMS), A/C Federal Finance is a central service provider to all government agencies and collects revenue through a variety of channels and settlement gateways. The agency processes over several hundred million financial transactions with a value of over $2 trillion dollars. Federal Finance is recruiting students to assist with supporting our large scale national-level revenue collections and …

Read More »

Call for Papers: “Intersections of Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights: Global and Local”

Call for Papers “Intersections of Sexuality, Gender, and Human Rights: Global and Local” Saturday, March 10, 2012 Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD 21251 The Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Morgan State University, in conjunction with B’More Proud, invites scholars and students to participate in a one-day academic symposium.  The symposium seeks to explore the complex intersections of sexuality, gender, …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »