eScholarship@Morgan is an institutional repository for scholarship created by the faculty, students, and staff of Morgan State University. As part of the Maryland Shared Open Access Repository (MD-SOAR), eScholarship@Morgan provides long-term storage and public access to academic materials from the Morgan community, meeting the data management and open access requirements for grants and other funding agencies. The repository also includes historical materials relating to Morgan and the Morgan community.
To deposit materials, register at https://mdsoar.org. Once registered, a staff member from the library will contact you with instructions on uploading materials. Files may be up to 2GB in size, and may be deposited in any format. Please note that files may be converted to other formats for optimal preservation. The following formats are preferred:
Textual works: PDF
Images: TIFF, JPEG2000
Datasets: JSON, XML, TSV, CSV
Video: AVI, MOV, MP4
Please note that by submitting your work, you grant Morgan State University the right to reproduce, publicly display, and distribute your item at no cost to users world-wide.
For more information, contact the Earl S. Richardson library at (443) 885-3477, or Jason Riggin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Clarence M. Mitchell School of Engineering (SOE) offers educational programs which ensure that students acquire the ability to master fundamental principles of engineering which may be applied effectively to benefit society.
Our purpose is to be a professionally based academic unit that has a clear commitment to the fundamental qualities that bring together a balanced educational program in the exploration of human and natural environments.
Today, the mission of Morgan State University's School of Global Journalism and Communication is to give voice to a broader group of people - people who struggle to contribute to the public discourse that shapes this nation.
The graduate faculty at Morgan encourages graduate students to master the complex theories, principles, and research methodologies, of their respective disciplines for the twofold purpose of advancing knowledge in their chosen field, and contributing to the improvement of urban communities.