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| November 16, 2022

Grant to Fund Virtual Fire Simulations and Fire-Safety Research at Morgan State

Do people react differently to a fire in a kitchen versus one in a bedroom? That's the kind of question a Morgan State professor hopes to answer, with the goal of improving home fire safety. With the help of a $596,383 grant from the National Science Foundation - the first of its kind for an HBCU - Morgan State University will recruit participants to react and make decisions based on software-simulated building fires.

| November 15, 2022

National Science Foundation Awards Morgan State University Nearly $600K Grant to Study Human Behaviors Related to the Threat of Fire

Grant is First-of-its-Kind Funding Supporting Behavioral Fire Research at an HBCU and Will Aid in the Improvement of Home Fire Safety

| November 10, 2022

Two Morgan State Students Accepted to Prestigious NorthStar of GIS Bridge Program

Student Memberships and Cash Grants to Diversify Network and Strengthen Knowledge in GIS

| May 21, 2021

Look to HBCUs, not just flagship schools, to diversify professional talent pools | COMMENTARY

A recent Hechinger Report highlighted the persistent disparity between coveted admission to select state-supported flagship universities and the perce...

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