April 10, 2013


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  • University takes proactive approach to anticipated state budget cuts

    Marshall University has announced it is taking immediate steps to prepare for expected cuts to its state budget allocation for next year. A freeze on hiring of non-mission critical personnel and a sweep of some revenue accounts are two measures President Stephen J. Kopp outlined in a message sent to university faculty and staff yesterday. “All of us are aware of the significant financial challenges facing our state. It is in the news every day,” Kopp wrote. “State tax revenues continue to fall and it looks increasingly likely that the state will end this budget year in the red. Although the state budget for next year ...
  • Marshall faculty member named top researcher in her field

    Dr. Jennifer Mak of the Marshall University School of Kinesiology was recently named the No. 1 leading contributor to research in the discipline of leisure and recreation for the past 20 years. Top researchers were recognized by the Research Consortium of the American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (AAHPERD). Mak was acknowledged as a high-visibility researcher in the 2013 issue of the Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science Journal. Lead author of the study, Dr. Bradley Cardinal of Oregon State University, said the Research Consortium is one of the most recognized and respected research societies in the ...

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