MSRDC News

MSRDC is pleased to announce four (4) new funding opportunities

THESE OPPORTUNITIES ARE NOW CLOSED. The MSI STEM Research and Development Consortium (MSRDC) is pleased to release four (4) new Request for Research Project Proposals (RRPP): RRPP 1: United States Department of the Navy: Office of Naval Research (ONR)Project Title:…

MSRDC Represents Member Institutions at NASEM 2019 Convocation

On February 6, 2019, Dr. Alan Arnold, Director of Research Development, represented the Consortium’s member institutions and researchers at the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine (NASEM)’s 2019 Annual Convocation. This year’s convocation was hosted by by the Board…

Nature Magazine Recognizes LSU Boyd Professor Dr. Isiah Warner for Mentorship

We are delighted to share this update about Dr. Isaiah Warner, a member of MSRDC’s Board of Directors. Nature, the leading, international weekly journal of science has selected LSU Boyd Professor Isiah Warner for the Nature Award for Mentoring in…

MSRDC Board Member Receives Bounce Trumpet Award

Dr. Johnson Receives Innovator Award to Herald His Accomplishments as a Black Humanitarian WASHINGTON, DC: The 2018 Bounce Trumpet Awards on Sunday, February 11, 2018, will honor MSI STEM Research & Development Consortium Board Member, Dr. Lonnie Johnson with the Innovator…

Edgewood Chemical and Biological Center (ECBC) Leadership host MSRDC Working Group Meeting

ECBC and MSRDC Leadership held a working group meeting in Aberdeen, MD this week to discuss several critical items to ensure that Minority Serving Institutions are fully included in Army Research Laboratory priorities.  “Army’s most senior leadership is looking at…

MSRDC attends National Science Foundation STEM meeting at Bowie State University

The National Science Foundation (NSF) held a workshop for faculty and research staff members from area HBCUs, highlighting STEM-oriented research funding opportunities and technical assistance.  Enhancing the quality of undergraduate STEM education and research at HBCUs as a means to…

Survey Results Indicate that Higher Education Leaders favor Consortiums to Spur STEM Funding

MSRDC conducted a survey at the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities National Capitol Forum to assess interest and value of Consortiums that are focused on STEM Research & Development (R&D) projects in the Federal Government. 83% of those surveyed…