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CAI Neurodiverse Solutions, Marshall University expand neurodiversity training and employment
CAI, a global technology services firm, and Marshall University’s West Virginia Autism Training Center (WV ATC), a statewide technical assistance and direct service agency providing specialized training and support to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), today announced that they signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU details an agreement for CAI’s end-to-end neurodiversity employment program, CAI Neurodiverse Solutions, to provide work experience and employment opportunities to Marshall neurodivergent graduates, and for WV ATC to strengthen neurodiversity training for CAI employees.
Marshall University set to welcome Class of 2026
August 12, 2022 · Featured, News Release
Marshall University’s annual Week of Welcome (WOW) returns next week with a full schedule of events and activities to welcome new students into the Marshall family before the fall semester begins on Monday, Aug. 22.
Co-Op program in Marshall’s College of Engineering and Computer Sciences names West Virginia Division of Highways its Employer of the Year
Marshall University’s College of Engineering and Computer Sciences Co-Op program has named the West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH) its 2022 Employer of the Year, after the state agency has provided hands-on learning opportunities for dozens of students in the fields of civil, mechanical and electrical engineering.
Southbound lanes of 20th Street to be closed for Marshall University move-in days
August 11, 2022 · Featured, News Release
The southbound lanes of 20th Street between Third and Fifth Avenues will be closed on Monday, Aug. 15, and Tuesday, Aug. 16, from 7 a.m. through 5 p.m. for freshman move-in at Marshall University.
Marshall University expands “metro” tuition rate eligibility for students in Ohio and Kentucky
August 9, 2022 · Featured, News Release
In a move that is expected to attract more students from Ohio and Kentucky to Marshall University, the university’s board of governors today approved the expansion of metro tuition rate eligibility to a 100-mile radius from the Huntington campus.
Marshall faculty, alumni play key roles in the 2022 National Youth Science Camp
On Wednesday, July 20, the National Youth Science Camp (NYSCamp) said goodbye to 120 delegates from over 40 states and 12 Western Hemisphere nations. Since its inception in 1963 as part of West Virginia’s Centennial, the NYSCamp has honored over 6,200 students, giving them the opportunity to participate in a rigorous STEM enrichment program. Operated by the National Youth Science Foundation, its mission is to inspire lifelong engagement and ethical leadership in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through its proven educational model for mentoring, challenging, and motivating students.
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