Diane Williams, Coordinator of College H.E.L.P. program, has been named the 2009 Marshall University Employee of the Year. Her selection was announced at the Service Awards Luncheon on June 2 where she was presented a plaque and a cash award by President Stephen J. Kopp.
2300 years of service were celebrated Wednesday, June 2, as service
awards were presented to classified and non-classified employees at
milestones of 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years. In addition, tribute
was paid to those retiring from Marshall during the past year.
Service Award Winners for 25 Years
Stroeher, musicologist and associate professor of music will
present a session at “Benjamin Britten in Context,” a two-day
international conference at Liverpool Hope University in the
United Kingdom. The conference will take place from June 10 to
"I am honored to have my presentation chosen for this conference, as my primary research focuses on Benjamin Britten's songs and song cycles,” Stroeher said. “It's going to be a great couple of days exchanging ideas and research with other Britten scholars."
|Dr. Chong Kim, dean of the Lewis College of Business, received the 2010 Distinguished Global Leadership Award last week during the Pan Pacific Business Association’s 27th annual conference.||
The conference took place in Bali, Indonesia, May 30-June 2, and
Kim received the award on Tuesday, June 1.
Administrative Secretary Sr., Elementary/Secondary Education in
the Graduate School of Education and Professional Development,
has been named the Marshall University Employee of the Month for
April, according to Michelle Brown Douglas, chair of the
Employee of the Month Committee.
Dr. Wendell Dobbs, flutist and professor of music at Marshall University, will serve as musical director and one of the instructors at the 4th annual Timber Flute Festival this year.
|The festival will take place at the Randolph County Community Arts Center in Elkins, W.Va., from June 20 to 25.|
|Dr. Thomas E. Wilson, Professor of Physics, presented the first contributed paper on the opening day of PHONONS2010 - the 13th International Conference on Phonon Scattering in Condensed Matter, held recently in Taipei, Taiwan. His paper was entitled: “Coherent generation of sub-terahertz acoustic phonons by the resonant absorption of pulsed far-infrared laser radiation in delta-doped silicon superlattices.” Professor Wilson also presented a shortened version of this paper at the 2010 Meeting of the American Physical Society held in Portland, Ore.|
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