News

Top US education officials visit Morgan State University to see future of workplace diversity – CBS Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – The U.S. Secretary of Education visited Morgan State University on Monday to learn more about the school’s programs and graduates.

Inside the Morgan State Rocket Lab, you’ll find some of the brightest universities. They are working to launch a rocket to the edge of space.

READ MORE: David Cox, another coach with local connections, joins Willard’s staff in Maryland

“We’re all learning,” said Morgan State student Don-Terry Veal, Jr. speak. “It’s a new experience for everyone involved.”

The lab opened in 2019.

Second, the students had a special guest: James Kvaal, the United States Secretary of Education.

He went to Morgan State to see how programs like these at HBCUs are bringing diversity to the workforce.

“Normally when we think about higher education, most of the conversation revolves around a few institutions that pride themselves on being selective and turning their backs on students, but what our country needs is more more opportunities from all walks of life,” Kvaal said.

READ MORE: Teen found shot dead in Baltimore alley

Secretary Under also participated in a roundtable discussion with faculty and other students on campus.

The school’s principal, Dr David Wilson, listed the school’s top majors and how the campus has evolved, noting the school’s journey to R1 research status.

“It is very important for the State of Maryland and the nation to know that Morgan plays such a role in diversifying today’s workforce and preparing a diverse workforce for tomorrow,” said President Wilson. speak.

Students, like Veal Jr., cite the growth of the university as what inspires them to become future career leaders.

“Just saying we built a rocket – something anyone can do around the world and have been doing since the ’60s, so it’s not necessarily something we’re working on that’s important. ,” Veal said. “We are things that are being made.”

MORE NEWS: Olszewski announces $70 million investment in school, New Scotts Branch elementary school

Students and faculty also discussed the challenges the university has faced during the pandemic and how Morgan can overcome them and continue to thrive.

https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2022/03/28/top-us-education-official-visits-morgan-state-universitys-rocketry-lab/ Top US education officials visit Morgan State University to see future of workplace diversity – CBS Baltimore

Jake Nichol

24ssports is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@24ssports.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button