Community Health Building
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Empowering the Dream Centennial Campaign cabinet members Dr. Musette S. and Allen B. Morgan Jr. pledged $500,000 toward the University’s new Community Health Building, which will house the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders and the Loewenberg School of Nursing. Musette Morgan earned a master of arts in speech-language pathology from the U of M and helped to run the family-and-community-based pre-school language program in a dual role as a Clinical Instructor and certified Early Childhood Teacher. Morgan later served as a clinical faculty member for the program. She also received a doctor of education from the University in 1993. The Morgans chose to direct their gift to the Community Health Building because of her engagement with the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders, as well as the anticipated impact of the clinical services and programs to be housed in the building. Their support will be recognized by naming the building’s reception area the Musette and Allen Morgan Reception Hall where students, alumni, and guests will enter and be welcomed before continuing to the lecture hall for workshops, symposiums and other educational community offerings.

For more information concerning the Community Health Building, please contact:

Lendon Ellis
lellis2@memphis.edu
(901) 678-5288

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