College of Liberal Arts News Archive

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Award-winning podcaster Trey Kay is bringing his program Us & Them to Marshall University’s campus for a deep discussion about diminished trust in science. “Diminished Trust: How Do We Restore Faith in Science?” is scheduled for 4 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 19, in Marshall University’s Drinko Library Atrium. Kay will talk with Dr.

Graduate Humanities Professor Dr. Luke Eric Lassiter (pictured left) will be receiving an honorary doctorate from the University of Malmo in Sweden this fall. Lassiter will receive the recognition for collaborative work with his wife, Dr. Elizabeth Campbell (pictured right), formerly an associate professor of education at Marshall University and now an associate professor at

Researchers at Marshall University are seeking participants aged 55 or older for the 2024 (February-April) series of their health study designed to examine the impact of visual art activities on the well-being of aging adults.

559 words (2 mins) Federal grant to graduate psychology program will provide mental health care to the underserved throughout the region. What you need to know: Graduate Psychology program to receive $478,968 to help with mental health care. The grant is the 5th installment in a set of federal funding for the program. The program

Researchers at Marshall University seek participants aged 55 or older for a new health study designed to examine the impact of visual art activities on the well-being of aging adults.

The Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program at Marshall University has placed 100% of its pre-doctoral students in nationwide internships. The students are required to work full-time for a year providing mental health services at sites across the country. “This is the final training experience for our students before they graduate and it is similar

Marshall University and its partners in the Appalachian Freedom Heritage Tourism Initiative will host a panel discussion Tuesday, April 25, at 10:30 a.m. at the A.D. Lewis Community Center, 1450 A.D. Lewis Avenue in Huntington. The discussion will be focused on the local history of the Underground Railroad in the Ohio, Kentucky and West Virginia Tri-State region.

Students, alumni and faculty of the Doctor of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) program at Marshall University are celebrating its 20th anniversary this Saturday.

Together with programming for Marshall University’s 2023 Birke Fine Arts Symposium and the HLC Quality Initiative, the A.E. Stringer Visiting Writers Series will host Neema Avashia and Rahul Mehta, two visiting writers with roots in West Virginia. Avashia and Mehta’s reading will take place on Thursday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the Shawkey Dining Room of the Memorial Student Center.

Scholars from the College of Liberal Arts will gather Wednesday, April 12, and Thursday, April 13, to present their research. The two-day conference will take place in Drinko Library as students from across the college present display posters and host panel discussions.