Morgan State University Undertakes a Survey of Alcohol Use on HBCU Campuses

Morgan State University has launched a major new research project to study the drinking behaviors of students on the campuses of the nation’s historically black colleges and universities. The research is being done by the department of economics and the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State. The project is under the direction of Dr. Linda Loubert, an assistant professor of economics.

Students who participate in the online survey on alcohol use at HBCUs will receive a $15 e-gift card.

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