News Release Archive – July 2007-June 2008

36 students from 26 high schools in 6 states to take part in Engineering Academy at Marshall (6/10/2008)

Marshall names Dulin dean of College of Information Technology and Engineering (5/21/2008)

Marshall University Students Receive Research Funds (5/20/2008)

Community-based research expert visits Marshall April 21-22 (4/15/2008)

Marshall University honors Sheweys for gift used to establish Shewey Learning and Research Center (4/2/2008)

Women Tech Academy brings 36 8th-grade female students from Mercer County to Marshall University (2/26/2008)

Marshall assistant professor of geography writes Paper of the Year; focus is on hurricane prediction (2/18/2008)

SURE program continues this summer; applications being accepted (2/12/2008)

Chesapeake Energy announces scholarship support to Marshall (2/4/2008)

Dennison named Director of Development for College of Science at Marshall University (1/28/2008)

Marshall University joins hundreds of universities in nationwide global warming Teach-In (1/25/2008)

Fifth annual Undergraduate Day at the Capitol attracts 100 students, including 18 from Marshall (1/23/2008)

Statement of Marshall University President Dr. Stephen J. Kopp in response to Governor Manchin’s announcement of $50 million endowment fund for research at Marshall, WVU (1/10/2008)

Grant will help Marshall University do critical research to support NASA’s technology needs (12/6/2007)

MU seniors to conduct public forum on local economic development (11/12/2007)

Marshall University professor Dr. Ashok Vaseashta to co-chair international symposium on pollution prevention (10/31/2007)

Marshall senior wins statewide award for research (10/4/2007)

Byrd announces grant funding for Marshall Forensic Science Center (9/24/2007)

Marshall’s human research program receives national accreditation (9/21/2007)

Marshall adds two new engineering faculty (8/29/2007)

CAZ director named Vice President for Research at Marshall (8/2/2007)

Marshall computer science students conduct robotics research (7/242007)

HSTA Summer Institute attracts 80 students from West Virginia (7/5/2007)