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Morgan Announces Newest Fulbright Scholars

Morgan State University congratulates its Fulbright grant recipients for the 2014–2015 academic year. Adanna I.A. Emeji, the University’s 132nd Fulbright student awardee, received a grant to study and conduct research in public health in Nigeria. Three Morgan faculty members received grants to research and teach abroad: Agnès E. Moon, who will travel to Turkey, Sandip Patel, Ph.D., who will spend the fall in India, and James Lee III, D.M.A., who will depart for São Paulo, Brazil, in August. Another member of MSU’s faculty, Richard Kitson-Walters, Ed.D., received a Fulbright grant for study and research in Germany. A total of 48 Fulbright-related awards have been made to professors or administrators of MSU, which ranks first in the nation among Historically Black Institutions in number of Fulbright scholars.

Adanna I.A. Emeji with Dr. Carleen Leggett
Adanna I.A. Emeji with Dr. Carleen Leggett

 

Sandip Patel, Ph.D.
Sandip Patel, Ph.D.

 

James Lee III, D.M.A.
James Lee III, D.M.A.

 

Richard Kitson-Walters, Ed.D.
Richard Kitson-Walters, Ed.D.

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