Current Faculty Members Appear in Stanford University’s Global Ranking of Foremost Scientific Scholars in Academia
Projected $342-million Facility to Anchor New Era of Scientific Research at Maryland’s Preeminent Public Urban Research University
The need for greater diversity and representation in biomedical/biobehavioral research is well documented. To meet this need, it is critical that we support historically marginalized students in attaining science majors and help them pursue postgraduate training and professional careers in science.
As the scientific world continues to address the complexities of climate change and its connection to humanity, the National Science Foundation (awarded a nearly $3 million grant to Morgan State University to establish an NSF Research Traineeship program in Artificial Intelligence for Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability (ACCESS).
School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences
Dr. Paul Tchounwou, Dean
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