The Newsletter for Marshall University                                       May 25, 2016

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Marshall names Mitzi Meade Employee of the Year

Mitzi Meade, administrative secretary senior in the Department of Political Science was named Marshall University’s 2015 Employee of the Year at the 32nd annual Staff Recognition Luncheon which took place last week. President Jerome Gilbert announced the selection. Employed at Marshall since November 2009, Meade was nominated by Dr. George V. Davis, associate professor and chair of the Department of …

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Speech and Hearing Center offers free screenings

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month and for the remainder  of the month, the Speech and Hearing Center is offering free speech, language and hearing screenings for children as well as hearing and cognitive screenings for adults. Anyone can benefit from a screening;  however, screenings are designed for individuals who are believed to be at risk for a diagnosis or disorder, …

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Marshall Family Medicine to host HERO Fest health and wellness activities for entire family

Marshall Family Medicine’s Health Education Resource Office will host its inaugural HERO Fest, a health and wellness event for the entire family, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 4, at Ritter Park. The event will feature a free, fun-filled day of interactive learning and wellness activities for families, children and adults of all ages. Participants will learn how …

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Digital Forensic Cyber Camps for high school students to take place this summer

High school students can gain valuable knowledge and hands-on experience in the fast growing field of information security and digital forensics at the Digital Forensic Cyber Camp, which takes place this summer on Marshall’s Huntington campus. The camp, which has two date options, will be held at the new Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex and Marshall’s Crime Scene House. …

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Gift from Laboratory Corporation of America benefits Marshall’s College of Health Professions

The Marshall University Foundation Inc. received a $25,000 gift in April from laboratory Corporation of America, which has been designated for the program fund of the College of Health Professions’ Clinical Lab Sciences program. The award will allow students to gain hands-on experience through providing essential items such as lab supplies, updated equipment, service contracts and maintenance for new and …

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Marshall listed among Best Online Liberal Arts Colleges for bachelor’s degrees

Marshall ‘s online liberal arts bachelor’s degree offerings have been ranked 33rd in the country by independent online college-information company College Choice. College Choice said schools and programs in its Best Online Liberal Arts Colleges for Bachelor’s Degrees, 2016, listing were evaluated based on publicly available information about academic quality, student satisfaction, reputation in the field and return on investment. …

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Marshall among best values for online nursing programs

Marshall University has been identified as one of the best value colleges for online registered nursing degree programs in a recent ranking by College Values Online, coming in at number 20. The ranking considered graduation and tuition rates using data that was gathered from the NCES College Navigator Database. Our editor noted the online RN to B.S.N. program at Marshall …

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The next regular issue of We Are...Marshall will be distributed June 1, 2016. Please send items for consideration to Pat Dickson by 5 p.m. Friday, May 27.

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