H&H has partnered with Morgan State University (MSU) to provide financial support for engineering students by donating $10,000 to the MSU School of Engineering Student Work Experience Program. With the donation, the University will be able to provide eight-ten engineering students with financial assistance in the coming year.
The MSU School of Engineering is the leading educator of black engineers in Maryland and one of the top in the Country. MSU is also the only Historical Black College and University (HBCU) engineering school with a chapter of Chi Epsilon, the national civil engineering honor society, and a chapter of Tau Beta Pi, a national engineering honor society. Beyond funding, H&H and MSU are developing opportunities for MSU students to be involved with H&H staff, including mentorship and classroom programs.
Assistant Dean of Student Success, School of Engineering, Dr. Monica Poindexter said, “The scholarship funding from H&H to MSU School of Engineering assists students to pursue their undergraduate degree in Engineering. Without their generosity, we would lose students that cannot afford to attend college. We greatly appreciate their contribution in aiding MSU engineering students with financial assistance.”
We are honored to partner with a higher education institute that provides substantial sources of accessibility, equity, opportunity, and innovation. H&H continues our history of supporting future generations of designers and engineers.