Josh Brunty, an associate professor in Marshall’s cyber forensics and security program in the College of Science, has been selected to serve on the Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC). Brunty will serve as an academician commissioner. Brunty has participated in a number of national and international organizations committed to the advancement of digital forensic
Marshall University’s Society of Physics Students will continue its Faces of Physics Speaker Series with a virtual presentation by Dr. Abel Méndez in February, with additional monthly speakers on deck for March and April.
The Marshall University College of Science is now enrolling students in a new undergraduate major in specialty agriculture, which prepares them for the field of sustainable, high-yield agriculture suitable for mountainous regions and small land areas.
An accelerated program that allows students to earn a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in seven years, compared to the traditional nine years, is now available at Marshall University.
Students Darby McCloud, Michael Smith, Brendin Flinn and Ashley Dague from Marshall University’s College of Science have received $5,000 research grants from the NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium and will be working alongside Marshall faculty as part of Marshall University’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program.
Dr. Habiba Chirchir, an assistant professor of biology in Marshall’s College of Science, has been selected by the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) to serve on the Science Policy Committee for a two-year term, beginning July 1, and has recently received a competitive research grant from the Leakey Foundation.
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