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In The News | January 24, 2023

Baltimore Education Experts Gather at Morgan State to Share Classroom Violence Prevention Strategies

The reality for many Baltimore City students is to experience violence, which often leads to PTSD and students struggling academically, according to a panel of education experts at Morgan State University on Monday. Experts said it's important for educators to step in and shared some best practices during a recent event.

In The News | January 24, 2023

Morgan State Eyes Research Expansion Amid Potential for Federal Funding

A new Department of Defense program focused on strengthening the research departments of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) could help aid Morgan State University in its goal to become a top-tier research institution. U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen visited Morgan State on Monday to talk about the new federal program that will allow the Defense Department (DOD) to provide HBCUs with additional funding to aid their research departments.

In The News | January 23, 2023

Van Hollen, Morgan Officials Optimistic for Research Potential with HBCU Rise Act

A federal effort to spur greater research investment in Historically Black Colleges and Universities will have a profound impact on Maryland. U.S. Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Maryland, stopped by Morgan State University on Monday to highlight the enactment of bipartisan legislation he helped enact to boost research opportunities at HBCUs, particularly Morgan State University and the University of Maryland-Eastern Shore.

In The News | January 23, 2023

Students and Faculty at Morgan State Celebrate the Passing of the HBCU RISE Act

Five million dollars may not seem like much when it comes to our nation’s defense budget, but devoting that much for research at Morgan State University could be priceless. With that in mind, the Maryland congressional delegation lobbied successfully for legislation requiring the Department of Defense to provide more federal grants to historically black colleges and universities.

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