Morgan State University is more than just graduate & undergraduate areas of study. We have a wide variety of special programs & centers that will enhance your educational experience here at the University. Browse some of these programs below:
The Biomedical Research center is a multidisciplinary research center RCMI Biomedical Research Center developed to continue enhancing the research capacity and capabilities at the institution.
In its commitment to meeting the needs of a diverse student population, the Center for Academic Success and Achievement (CASA) exists primarily to promote and to enhance the academic and personal development of all Morgan State University students through professional academic advisement, peer tutoring, and supplemental instruction programs.
The goals of the CES are to become a recognized research center that conducts and publishes research on urban and African American entrepreneurship issues, and to establish itself as a significant resource within the City.
The Center for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Education (CEMSE) in the School of Education and Uban Studies (SEUS) focuses on the teaching and learning of mathematics and science at all levels of the educational pipeline.
The Center for Health Disparities Solutions is dedicated to the elimination of disparities in health and health care among racial and ethnic populations, socioeconomic groups, and geopolitical categories such as urban, rural, and suburban populations.
The Community Development Resource Center was established as an out-reach arm of the Institute for Urban Research, in addressing community development needs from the Baltimore City and beyond.
Congress gave birth to the Fulbright Program in 1946, under the inspiration and guidance of Senator J. William Fulbright. The primary goal of the program was and is to increase mutual understanding between Americans and other peoples of the world.
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The purpose of this program is to introduce minority undergraduate students to state-of-the art hardware and software in high performance computing. The objective is to provide for minority participation in high peformance computing and its associated technologies.
The Institute for Urban Research is the primary social science research and training arm of Morgan State University.
National Center For Health Behavioral Change
The National Transportation Center (NTC) at Morgan State University advances U.S. technology and expertise in transportation, research, and technology transfer on the university level.
Under the authorship of Dr. Elizabeth Gunn, Morgan State University was successful in its bid to win a federal contract to establish a Peace Corps Recruiting Office on campus.
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