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Morgan Professor secures technical assistance from U.S. National Park Service

Landscape Architecture Assistant Professor Archana Sharma, Ph.D. secured technical assistance from U.S. National Park Service through Rivers, Trails, and Conservation Assistance program for the year 2015-2016. She is joined by Engineering Assistant Professor James Hunter and the Morgan Community Mile Initiative Director Ellis Brown in this effort.

Dr. Sharma is working with National Park Service Project Manager Wink Hastings on conservation and advocacy plan for Herring Run stream, located along the Morgan campus, through her multi-institutional and interdisciplinary Mid-Atlantic American urban stream conservation research, advocacy and action (MAUSRAA) initiative. The initiative is open to interested faculty and students.

For more information, please contact Dr. Sharma, at archana.sharma@morgan.edu with subject “NPS- Expression of interest” and you will be invited to a set of workshops scheduled through Summer and Fall.

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