Tag: Morgan State University
State Roundup: 3 Md. coronavirus cases
by Meg Tully | March 6, 2020 | State Roundup | 0 |
Governor declares state of emergency; Hopkins won’t host fans for basketball tournament amid coronavirus concerns; study-abroad students in limbo; lawmakers scramble to pay for Kirwan; expungements sought for pot convictions; legislature advances some Baltimore crime bills.Read More
Transportation study finds support for higher fees for gas guzzlers, opposition to gas tax hike
by Len Lazarick | October 11, 2011 | Governor, News | 3 |
Marylanders agree that the state’s roads need work. According to a study to be presented at Morgan State University’s National Transportation Center Symposium today, residents say the best ways to raise new money to fix the problems are raising inspection and licensing fees for vehicles with the worst gas mileage, and then for other motorists.
They also favor directing general obligation bond money toward roads, not just money from transportation revenues.Read More
Auditors find problems at Morgan State with scholarships, grants, computer access
by Len Lazarick | July 29, 2011 | News | 0 |
Auditors found that Morgan State University has a litany of problems with controlling spending on scholarships, research and development grants, and granting access to its computer systems – but on the whole, the university is doing much better.Read More
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