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Morgan Students Selected To Represent The University As Innovation Fellows

Congratulations to Morgan sophomore Maliik Nelson (Business Administration) and juniors Destiny Bond (Electrical Engineering), Chanell Mosley (Accounting), Mikhal Wyatt (Management), and Monique Ndagha (Services and Supply Chain Management), for being named as University Innovation Fellows by the National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded Epicenter. This national program trains student leaders to create new opportunities for their peers to engage with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity.

Learn more about their selection as University Innovation Fellows, or review their strategic priorities and project pitch video.

This past Spring Break, eleven of Morgan’s University Innovation Fellows visited Silicon Valley to meet up with and learn from other fellows from universities across the country. See more from their trip online.

For eligible sophomores and juniors interested in joining Morgan’s next University Innovation Fellow Leadership Circle, applications are being accepted now: http://goo.gl/forms/dXP6aXqATW

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