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Bill Noe Flight School to hold May 15 open house for prospective students
May 7, 2021 · Featured, News Release
Marshall University’s new Bill Noe Flight School is hosting an open house for prospective students at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 15, at Yeager Airport in Charleston. Attendees will be able to take a close-up look at Marshall’s new training aircraft and see the facilities under construction, while learning more about how they can earn
Free app for students dealing with substance use disorder
May 7, 2021 · Featured, News Release
Marshall University is partnering with the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources to provide help for students who may be struggling with substance use disorder during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Athletic training students win first place in WVATA Quiz Bowl competition
Students in Marshall University’s athletic training program were recognized for their first-place win in the 2021 West Virginia Athletic Trainers’ Association (WVATA) Quiz Bowl competition held last month.
Local pharmacists receive awards for teaching
Marshall University School of Pharmacy recently presented its annual Preceptor of the Year awards to 14 local pharmacists. Preceptors are experienced pharmacists who provide on-site supervision of pharmacy students during their clinical practice in local pharmacies.
Neonatal-perinatal fellowship approved
April 30, 2021 · Featured, News Release
The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine received initial accreditation to establish a new neonatal-perinatal fellowship program in its department of pediatrics.
Board of Governors approves limited tuition and fees schedule
April 29, 2021 · Featured, News Release
In an effort to assist incoming freshmen with their cost of education, the Marshall University Board of Governors today approved a limited tuition and fees schedule that exempts in-state and metro undergraduate students from the 1.76% core fee increase that will be implemented this coming academic year.
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