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MSU Awarded $150K: Henry Luce Foundation Supports Relief

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By AFRO Staff Morgan State University announced that its James H. Gilliam, Jr. College of Liberal Arts (CLA) received a $150,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to advance community-based efforts and programs to address the critical challenges associated with...

Morgan State University Joins Effort to Build a Secure Smart Home

Morgan State University Joins Effort to Build a Secure Smart Home Research to Focus on Privacy and Security of ‘Smart Things’ in the Home  BALTIMORE — Morgan State University has been selected to join a team of seven academic institutions that will work together...

College Writing Awards go to University of Cincinnati and University of Mississippi Students

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Hurston/Wright College Writing Awards go to students at the University of Cincinnati and the University of Mississippi Washington, DC—The Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Foundation’s 2020 Award for College Writers goes to a student at the University of Cincinnati, for fiction,...

Melissa Wood Bartholomew Named Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging

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A message from David N. Hempton, Dean of Harvard Divinity School I write with great pleasure to announce that Melissa Wood Bartholomew, MDiv ’15, will join HDS as the School’s new Associate Dean of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) on...

Morgan Awarded $150K Luce Foundation Grant for Community-Based COVID-19 Relief

Morgan State University Awarded $150,000 Henry Luce Foundation Grant to Support COVID-19 Relief Relief Funds to Underwrite Community-Based Response Spearheaded by Morgan’s Center for the Study of Religion and the City BALTIMORE – Morgan State University (MSU) announced today that its James H....

Howard Grad Launches HBCU Bingo Online

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BLACK ENTREPRENEUR LAUNCHES HBCU BINGO TO HONOR 2020 GRADS WITH OVER $1 MILLION IN GAME PRIZES AND CASH Nationwide (BlackNews.com) -- Veteran Hollywood TV Producer and HBCU graduate herself, TeeJ Mercer, will launch "TeeJ's Bingo Nite: HBCU 2020 Grad Edition"...

OP-ED: An Appropriate Resolution for Maryland HBCUs

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By Senator Cory V. McCray Over the last 13 years, a coalition of leaders across the State of Maryland has been working tirelessly to resolve the inequities felt by Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in our state. Thanks to...

CSU Press Release: Coppin State University Plans In-person and Remote Instruction for Fall Semester

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Coppin State University Plans In-person and Remote Instruction for Fall Semester BALTIMORE – Coppin State University (CSU) plans to welcome students back to campus for the fall semester in a hybrid capacity, combining in-person instruction with remote learning. Fall classes are...

HBCUs, Other MD Colleges Plan for In-Person, Remote Learning in Fall

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By AFRO Staff The 12 state schools that constitute the University System of Maryland will use a mix of in-person and remote learning when they reopen in the fall. The system, which includes the flagship University of Maryland at College Park,...

Friday, May 29th: CSU Virtual Commencement Celebration

Coppin State University Celebrates the Graduating Class of 2020! We invite you to participate in CSU’s Virtual Commencement Celebration. Due to COVID-19, the University has taken precautionary measures around commencement and has decided to host a Virtual Commencement Celebration this year. The...

Coppin State University’s New President Starts Today

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Coppin State University’s New President Starts May 26 BALTIMORE --  A new era for Coppin State University (CSU) begins on May 26 with the start of President Dr. Anthony L. Jenkins. President Jenkins comes to CSU from West Virginia State University, a historically black...

Morgan Receives Mellon Foundation Grant for COVID-19 Student Relief

Morgan Receives $110K in COVID-19 Pandemic Relief from Andrew K. Mellon Foundation Funds to Support Emergency Student Needs and Fall Enrollment Efforts BALTIMORE – Morgan State University (MSU) announced today receipt of a $110,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for emergency student...

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