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    January 23, 2021 | Morehouse Faculty

    Participation Matters: Notes from a COVID Vaccine Trial Volunteer

    A curious thing happened when I visited my primary care physician for my yearly exam. It goes without saying that this visit was different from all of the previous... Read More
    December 18, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    Morehouse College Helps Produce Rhodes Scholar Phaidra Buchanan

    Congratulations Phaidra Buchanan, on being named a 2021 Rhodes Scholar! Phaidra participated as a Mathlete in Morehouse College community outreach program, Annual Math... Read More
    December 1, 2020 | STEM

    Education Equity is Social Justice: Morehouse College and STEM Education

    Persistent disparities in access to education remain prevalent in the US. These disparities prevent access to pathways for attainment of degrees and employment in science,... Read More
    November 18, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    The Black Ink Project

    Morehouse College’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP): The Black Ink Project The overarching goal of The Black Ink Project is to increase the writing proficiency of students.... Read More
    November 3, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    My Research with The United States Air Force

    The United States Air Force is dedicated to research and committed to giving back to the academic community by providing opportunities for civilian full-time science,... Read More
    October 27, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    Our Ancestors, Our Voices.

    This interview, featuring our own Dr. Keisha Tassie, originally appeared at Read More
    September 30, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    HBCUs on the Frontline of the Covid-19 Pandemic

    This post is dedicated to the loving memory of Bill Jenkins, who was a friend and mentor to many in the public health community. His legacy will live on through his... Read More
    September 1, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    A Morehouse College “Reading” List

    I’ve always loved books. I remember them being in my life since forever. My parents had books everywhere. They read often and would frequently direct me to a writer on the... Read More
    August 24, 2020 | Morehouse Faculty

    Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Orpheus Songs to Peace and Reconciliation

    In the last chapter of Where Do We Go from Here, the “World House,” Martin Luther King wrote: There is nothing to prevent us from paying adequate wages to schoolteachers,... Read More