Morgan President David Wilson was recently named among the five ‘most visible’ HBCU presidents by the HBCU Digest, a national news resource covering historically black colleges and universities. From the entry:
In a little over a year since his inauguration, the Tuskegee alumnus and 12th president in MSU history has made the rounds on campus and in national HBCU culture. A member of the Presidential Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities, Dr. Wilson has been named an influential Marylander, and has been a quotable panelist and editorial writer on issues affecting HBCUs.
Dr. Wilson has been a featured editorialist in several national news publications including the Baltimore Sun, Washington Post and Atlanta Journal-Constitution.