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Science & Technology | June 23, 2022

Morgan State University’s AI Research Center Could Soon See $2M Bump

Morgan State University in Baltimore could soon receive $2 million for its new artificial intelligence research center. The funding was included in the Commerce, Justice, and Science and Related Agencies Appropriations bill for the fiscal year 2023, which was passed by a House Appropriations subcommittee and is set to go before the full committee for consideration.

Education | June 22, 2022

Morgan State University to Demolish Former Hospital Complex to Make Way for Medical School

Morgan State University is moving forward with plans to demolish part of a former hospital complex to make room for a new, for-private, private medical school. The state Board of Public Works approved the demolition of a 181,000-square-foot building formerly known as the Montebello Hospital Complex on June 8, and Morgan State University hopes to welcome the first students into the new school in 2024.

Athletics / Sports | June 22, 2022

A Moment in History: Celebrating 50 Years of Title IX with Dena Freeman-Patton

In light of the 50th Anniversary of the Title IX legislation, WEAA's "Morgan News Hour" speaks with new MSU Athletics Director Dena Freeman-Patton.

Business | June 21, 2022

College Interns Get Close Look at Inner Workings of Baltimore Police Department

College students getting a close look at the inner workings of the Baltimore Police Department in a first-of-its-kind internship program. From an inner-city college campus to the streets of a big city police department, it's another attempt to change the way students view law enforcement. The paid, on-the-job training comprises 40 hours a week for a good part of the summer for almost a dozen students from Coppin State and Morgan State universities.

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