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Professor Selected as 2015 National Role Model

Diane WilsonDiane Wilson, Ph.D., MT (ASCP), Medical Technology Program Director and Associate Professor of Biology at Morgan State University, School of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences was awarded the 2015 Minority Access National Role Models Award during the 16th National Role Models Conference on September 26.

Dr. Wilson was nominated by Cleo Hughes-Darden, Ph.D., Chairperson of Biology as an Administrator Role Model. The Minority Access, Inc. seeks to identify inspirational Role Models in various categories at different educational institutions.  Dr. Wilson has served for 18 years as the Medical Technology Program Director at Morgan State University and has 35 plus years as an educator in the Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS)/Medical Technology (MT) and Biological Sciences.

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