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Morgan State University Plans Science and Research Complex

Published 12/1/2023
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Morgan State University is planning to break ground in early 2024 on the $342 million Science and Research Complex in Baltimore. Designed by Moody Nolan in association with CannonDesign and K. Dixon Architecture, the 246,000-gsf facility will provide next-generation environments for programs in biology and chemistry. The eight-story structure will advance the university’s commitment to attaining R1 classification with collaborative research venues, a center for remote and hybrid technology, a 3,000-sf rooftop greenhouse, and labs for information technology and computer science. Interactive learning environments will foster student engagement, with numerous tutoring and support centers to optimize academic outcomes.

Accommodating the School of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, the complex will house the dean’s office, flexible meeting rooms, and areas for informal interaction. The sustainably designed project is targeting LEED Gold certification. Occupancy is slated for fall of 2027. 

Organization Project Role
Moody Nolan
Architect of Record
Associate Architect
K. Dixon Architecture
Associate Architect