Psychology Department News
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.
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
Student Memberships and Cash Grants to Diversify Network and Strengthen Knowledge in GIS
A recent Hechinger Report highlighted the persistent disparity between coveted admission to select state-supported flagship universities and the perce...
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