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School of Business Wins for a 7th Consecutive Year

On Thursday, February 27, 2014, Kamille Jones and Troy Byam competed at the 10th Annual Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) Oratorical Scholarship Competition. Each year the Central Maryland chapter sponsors a scholarship competition for students in the State of Maryland. Jones and Byam placed 1st and 2nd in the state (with only 8 points between them), making Morgan’s School of …

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Professor Scharmen Semifinalist for Sondheim Prize

Frederick Scharmen, Assistant Professor in Architecture, is a semifinalist for this year’s Sondheim Prize. The Sondheim Prize awards a $25,000 fellowship to a visual artist or visual artist collaborators living and working in the Baltimore region. As a semifinalist, Professor Scharmen’s work will be shown in the Decker, Meyerhoff and Pinkard galleries of MICA during the Artscape weekend (July 18-20, 2014). …

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Morgan Showcases Breakthrough Research at Annual Innovation Day in Annapolis

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Students, faculty, staff and alumni from Morgan State University will assemble in Annapolis on February 20, 2014, from 12:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. for the University’s 4th annual ‘Innovation Day’ celebration in the Miller Senate Office Building. The annual showcase of faculty and student research and industrial development offers an interactive opportunity for lawmakers and citizens to learn more about …

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Justin Black Featured in SLAM Magazine Digital Edition

A bad pass, a steal, a sprint down the court, and a pretty finish. Whether a lob to his big fella or a fancy dunk for his own stat sheet, with all the proper or improper opponents’ reactions along the way—that’s Morgan State’s Justin Black’s favorite part of the game.

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McKie, Young Named HBCU Student ‘All-Stars’

Morgan State University students Trevor R. McKie and Triston Young were recently named ambassadors in the inaugural White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities ‘HBCU All-Stars’ program. McKie and Young were selected from more than 400 applicants for their outstanding accomplishments in leadership, academics, and civic engagement. They will be recognized among 73 other undergraduate, graduate, and professional …

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Planning Students Investigating Controversial Harbor Point Development Project

On Wednesday, February 5th, Professor Tonya Sanders, PhD and students enrolled in her City and Regional Planning course, Neighborhood and Community Development, visited Stelios Spiliadis, owner of Black Olive Restaurant and Black Olive Inn, at the Olive Room of the Black Olive Inn to discuss the controversial Harbor Point project that is going in just across the street from Mr. Spiliadis’ …

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Vinetta McCullough Receives National Auxiliary Professional Designation

MSU Director of Business and Auxiliary Services Vinetta Paige McCullough (MSU Classes of 76′, 81′) was last month announced as a recipient of the Certified Auxiliary Services Professional (CASP) designation from the National Association of College Auxiliary Services. It is the only designation of its kind in the nation, recognizing proficiencies in management & leadership, business relations, marketing and student development …

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