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Morgan State Univ. Engineering School Dean to Speak at MC Engineering Club Meeting

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Category: MC Events

Published: 2011-11-17 00:00:01.000

Dr. Eugene M. DeLoatch, Dean of the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering, will speak to MC engineering students about Morgan State engineering degree programs and transfer opportunities on Thursday, November 17, at 4:30 pm. The MC Engineering Club will host the meeting at the Rockville Campus in Science West 122.

Dr. Eugene M. DeLoatch is Dean and Full Professor of the Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering at Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Prior to beginning his service at Morgan in 1984, Dr. DeLoatch completed twenty-four years of affiliation with Howard University in Washington, D.C. His last assignment there was Chairman of the Department of Electrical Engineering for a period of nine years. The holder of B.S. degrees in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering, he also holds a M.S.E.E. and an earned doctorate in Bioengineering. In recognition of many years of service to engineering education, Dr. DeLoatch was awarded Honorary Doctorates by Lafayette College (PA) in 1988 and by Binghamton University (NY) in 2004.

Dean DeLoatch is a Past President of the American Society of Engineering Education, having served that 12,000-member organization as its President during the 2002-2003 activity year. At the time of his election to the Presidency of ASEE, Dr. DeLoatch became the first African American to hold that position in its 109-year history. He served as a member of several study committees and boards of the NAE, NSF, NASA, and DOE. (

The Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. School of Engineering has earned an outstanding reputation of academic excellence in preparation of undergraduate and graduate students since its inception in 1984. The School of Engineering has fully accredited undergraduate programs in Civil; Electrical and Computer; and Industrial, Manufacturing and Information Engineering and graduate programs that offer the Master of Engineering, Doctor of Engineering, and Master of Transportation.

The success of Morgan's engineering program is due to the quality and dedication of its faculty and staff. The multi-cultural faculty brings a wealth of academic and professional expertise to the classrooms and laboratories. Personalized academic advising and career counseling are a major strength of faculty-student interactions. (

Contact MC Engineering Department Chair:

Dr. Muhammad Kehnemouyi - 240-567-5228

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