The Davis Room also houses all available Prometheans, Morgan yearbooks 1950-2013, Morgan dissertations and theses, as well as, The Spokesman student newspaper 1940s-2010s. Lastly, there are select historical faculty publications.
Ms. Davis was the first academically trained librarian and second alumna hired at Morgan in 1926. She served the University for 40 years. During her tenure she grew the collection from 7,000 volumes to over 100,000 volumes of books. In addition she sought and acquired manuscript collections to augment historical research and understanding. In 1941 she received assistance from Dr. Roland C. McConnell. Dr. McConnell, professor of history at Morgan, also worked at the National Archives and sought to integrate primary sources into the classroom and library at Morgan.
Mitchell-Quarles Black History Month Convocation
Clarence M Dunnaville, Jr., Esq.
Feburary 6, 2020, 11:00 am
University Student Center Theater, Morgan State University
The Davis Room is celebrating African American History month with the new convocation unbound. The format is a conversation with Morgan alums, our 2020 personality was Clarence Dunnaville Morgan Class of 1954. He wrote an essay to share his thoughts about the impact Morgan experience had on his life and future career. In spring 1954 Dr. A.J. Walker took Dunnaville and other classmates to the U.S. Supreme Court to hear Thurgood Marshall argue Brown vs. Board of Education. Enjoy his thoughtful essay by clicking here.
The Davis Room recently hosted its Fourth Annual Indie Authors Day!! This is a national event in concert with libraries to celebrate the written word by independent authors and publishers. This year we hosted a Morgan professor, Morgan alum, Motivational speaker and Newly minted author - who will share their inspiration, process, success and pitfalls of moving their dreams into printed form.
Indie Author's Day 2019 [left to right] Sir Charles Cary, Professor Kimberly Collins, Mrs. Violet Staley and Morgan Alum Tarik Moore. These authors shared their path and passion for writing with an engagement audience of students and staff. There books will be available in the Davis Room. If you would like to be considered for Indie Author's Day 2020 please contact us at email@example.com
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