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HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Before approximately 250 spectators, including high school students from Ohio and West Virginia, college students, faculty and staff, community members and members of the legal community, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia visited Marshall University today for an oral arguments session. The visit is part of Marshall’s Constitution Celebration, which

Marshall University’s Dr. Robin O’Keefe has led research that was published today on the cover of the prestigious journal Science and demonstrates that the extinction of ice age mammals — dire wolves, sabretooth cats, horses and other species — was driven by a series of catastrophic fires in Southern California. O’Keefe, a professor of Biological

Marshall University’s annual Week of Welcome (WOW) is underway, with a full schedule of events and activities to welcome hundreds of new students into the Marshall family before the fall semester begins on Mon., Aug. 21. This year, more than than 1,800 first-year students are registered for Week of Welcome events on and off campus.

The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine is now enrolling participants in a randomized controlled trial comparing the outcomes of treatment and non-treatment of elevated blood pressures during early pregnancy. Participants in the clinical trial will have elevated blood pressures, defined as 120 or greater systolic and 80 or greater diastolic, and will

Marshall University President Brad D. Smith today announced that Brandon Dennison, founder and CEO of Coalfield Development, will join Marshall as vice president of economic and workforce development, effective July 1, 2023. The new post is part of Smith’s goal to position the university as a prosperity platform for West Virginia and beyond. “Marshall has

Marshall University President Brad D. Smith today announced that Dr. David Gozal, a pediatric pulmonologist and world-renowned pediatric sleep expert, has been named the incoming dean and vice president for health affairs at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. The selection of Gozal is the culmination of a six-month national search. Smith

Dr. Jerry Ross has been appointed as Marshall University’s new chief enrollment officer and vice president of enrollment management, starting from July 3. Ross will lead and direct the university’s enrollment management efforts, which include student success, financial aid, admissions, and recruitment. His role will involve providing strategic guidance and leadership in these areas. “We

Eight Marshall University students participated last month in the world’s largest international cyber defense exercise, run virtually by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence in Tallinn, Estonia. The students traveled to Morgantown to partner with the U.S. Blue Team for the exercise, hosted by the West Virginia National Guard, under the leadership of

Important message from President Brad D. Smith  Today, Gov. Jim Justice signed Senate Bill 10, the Campus Self-Defense Act, which will allow those with a valid license to carry a concealed weapon in certain areas on our campuses and centers starting July 1, 2024. We understand that individuals, on both sides of this issue, are

Letter from Gee and Smith to House Judiciary on Campus Carry JAN2523