Nikki Jones ’96 NPR VP of Change Management and Transformation Uses Her Voice to Champion HBCUs
A Coppin State University alumna shares her love of HBCUs.
New Graduate Programs in Natural Sciences from Fall 2021
New Graduate Programs in Natural Sciences from Fall 2021: M.S. in Applied Molecular Biology and Biochemistry & M.S. in Polymer and Material Sciences
CSU to Launch Two New High-Tech Science Master’s Degree Programs in Fall 2021
Coppin State University will launch two new high technology master’s degree in science programs starting in fall semester this year.
Kyle Locke ’96, ’17 Turned Giving Back into a Career
The CSU alumnus on a mission to "help others rise above their circumstances and strive for more in life."
Faculty Spotlight | Dr. Ericka Covington
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Ericka Covington
Dr. Charlotte Wood appointed to State SARS CoV-2 (COVID-19) Advisory Committee
A Coppin State University faculty member is making a difference in the fight against COVID-19 across the state.
Coppin State Professor Healing America
A Coppin State University (CSU) graduate has been tapped to advise a U.S. racial healing leadership group.  
Terra Scott ’97 Provides Sweetness and Satisfaction
Terra R. Scott the baker
CSU College of Business to Kick Off the Spring Semester with New Focus on Student Career Workforce Preparation
The College of Business will launch a new educational strategy shifting from a sole focus on business academic preparation to ongoing career planning and lifelong learning in the business profession.
Department of Natural Sciences Student Accomplishments (2016-2020):
Department of Natural Sciences is very proud to highlight accomplishments of its students who graduated over the past 4 years
Rashida Forman-Bey ’19 Puts Art in the Heart of the Community
She is Rashida Forman-Bey ’19, Urban Arts Theater alum, and she is also Mama Rashida, a creative advocate for societal transformation.
Christopher Rogers ’11 Uses Lessons Learned at Coppin to Improve Health Outcomes
When Christopher (Chris) Rogers ‘11 attended Coppin’s School of Allied Health, he was a single father of three children, balancing daddy duties, school, and work.
LaToya White ’12
Bridging Mental Health Treatment and Technology During COVID-19
USM Chancellor Visits Coppin State University
University System of Maryland Chancellor Jay Perman visited Coppin State University on October 21.
Coppin’s Newest ROTC Cadets
Two Coppin State University students have elected to contract as ROTC Cadets.
Coppin State University is Making It Easier for Alumni, Current and Former Students to Order Transcripts
Coppin State University (CSU) has made it easier for alumni, current and former students to order transcripts by making the entire process online.
CSU to Kick-Off Fund Drive to Create a Sculpture to Honor Fanny Jackson Coppin on October 15
Coppin State University (CSU) will host a celebration and kickoff a fundraising campaign to honor the legacy of Fanny Jackson Coppin, the namesake of the university, with the creation of a bronze sculpture, at noon on Oct. 15, on the campus in front of Parlett Moore Library, at Warwick and North Avenues, as part of I Love Coppin Week.
Sunil Yadav ‘15, Has A Heart for Science
Sunil Yadav ’15, was born into, what he describes as “a lower middle-class” family in Nepal, nestled in the southern city of Birgunj.
Coppin State University Partners with NAMI Baltimore to Observe Mental Health Awareness Week
Coppin State University (CSU) is partnering with the National Association on Mental Illness (NAMI) of metropolitan Baltimore, to observe mental health awareness week October 4-10 and introducing a mental health app as an alternative for seeking help.
James B. Smith, Ph.D. ’97, Creating Business in the Desert
Executive Director of a non-profit sector.