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Secretary Chu to Visit Morgan State University

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Washington, DC – On Thursday, March 10 U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu will visit Morgan State University in Baltimore. Secretary Chu will tour the University’s Center for Advanced Energy Systems and Environmental Control Technologies (CAESECT) and highlight Morgan State’s commitment to helping the nation win the future through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education.

Morgan State University is part of a consortium that is leading the Department’s Energy Innovation Hub focused on making buildings more energy efficient. Located at the Philadelphia Navy Yard Clean Energy campus, the Hub will bring together leading researchers from academia, two U.S. national laboratories and the private sector in an ambitious effort to develop energy-efficient building designs that will save energy, cut pollution, and position the United States as a leader in this industry.

Morgan State University Tour and Townhall

WHAT:
Tour of Morgan State University’s Center for Advanced Energy Systems and Environmental Control Technologies (CAESECT)

Remarks to students and faculty by Secretary Steven Chu

WHERE:
Morgan State University
Student Center – Ballroom
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251

***Media availability to follow***

WHEN:
Thursday, March 10, 2011
10am EST

HOW:
To RSVP and for logistics, contact Clinton Coleman at Clinton.Coleman@morgan.edu

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