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White House Honors MSU’s Tanya Rush as Champion of Change

Tanya Rush, Morgan State University’s associate vice president for Student Affairs was among those recognized by the White House on Tuesday (Feb. 24, 2015) as what it calls the “Champions of Change who drive the college completion agenda.” Rush and ten other Historically Black College and University administrators, faculty and staff members were honored for their work to ensure the success of students at their universities. She was nominated for the recognition by Morgan students.

Tanya Rush

Tanya V. Rush, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland

Tanya V. Rush, serves as the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Representing the Vice President in various capacities and special projects, her primary responsibilities include oversight for the Division’s fiscal affairs and providing direct oversight to the directors of the University Health Center, Student Center/Student Activities, and the University Chapel.  Always willing to serve, Tanya volunteers her time with numerous university committees and worthwhile community activities. But her greatest joy is her service to students, undergraduate and graduate.  She is student-centered, dedicated to student development and success – academically, personally and professionally.

To learn more about the White House Champions of Change program, visit www.whitehouse.gov/champions.

 

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