Victor McCrary is vice president for research and economic development at Baltimore’s Morgan State University. He is responsible for developing the school’s research strategy and expanding its base of current research programs.
McCrary’s background is in physical chemistry and technology and he has more than two decades of experience working in STEM research. Ever the innovator, he organized the world’s first conference on electronic books in 1998, and was part of the research group that developed the prototype for the electronic book reader and a low-cost Braille reader for electronic books.
McCrary was honored for lifetime achievement in research in science and engineering by the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers.
Vice President for Research and Economic Development at Morgan State University
Areas of Expertise: STEM, Storing Digital Content, Electronic Books, Physical Chemistry
Location: Baltimore, MD
Phone: (443) 885-4631