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Marshall University’s School of Art & Design is presenting its 13th Annual National Juried Exhibition, featuring works from 16 states, as well as regional works created by Marshall students and alumni. The exhibition was juried by multidisciplinary designer, artist and educator, Taekyeom Lee. Currently an assistant professor of graphic design at the University of Wisconsin-Madison,

Marshall University will host a presentation by sociologist Dr. William H. Turner, in recognition of Black History Month and in conjunction with the Great Voices Speaker’s Series and the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Quality Initiative. The presentation will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, in the Drinko Library Atrium, located on the third floor.

Marshall University’s School of Music will present “Enchanted Melodies of Korean Songs,” a free concert which is open to the public, featuring Korean art songs performed by a lineup of accomplished artists. It will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19, in Smith Recital Hall. Performers include Alexander Wook Lee, tenor and associate professor

An innovative study at Marshall University published in Arthroplasty Today explores the use of robotic-assisted joint replacement in revision knee scenarios, comparing the pre- and post-revision implant positions in a series of revision total knee arthroplasties (TKA) using a state-of-the-art robotic arm system. In this retrospective study, the orthopaedic team at the Marshall University Joan

Marshall University is offering a new scholarship program for students who transition from an undergraduate degree into a master’s degree program. The “One of the Herd” graduate tuition waiver will provide automatic financial aid of up to $500 for the first semester when a student completes an undergraduate degree in Spring 2024 or Summer 2024

Marshall University’s Student Veterans of America chapter was recently recognized with top honors, named as Chapter of the Year by the Student Veterans of America (SVA) organization. The announcement was made at NatCon 2024, the 16th annual national conference for SVA, held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville. “I am immensely

A Marshall University student has won the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship for study abroad. Gilman Scholars receive up to $5,000 to apply towards their study abroad or internship program costs with additional funding available for the study of a critical language overseas. Tyler Farley is one of the approximately 1,700 undergraduate students from across the

Marshall University will welcome prospective students in an open house at its Mid-Ohio Valley Center in Point Pleasant on Thursday, Jan. 11. Prospective students who attend the open house will receive information about program and class offerings at MOVC and will have an opportunity to meet and interact with faculty and staff. Sheila Fields, director

Dr. Miyuki Akai-Cook, an associate professor in Marshall University’s School of Art & Design, was awarded a Living Traditions Folk Art Grant from the West Virginia Division of Arts, Culture & History to support research in Japan to create a new body of work combining rug tufting, Japanese Folklore and environmental awareness. Akai-Cook teaches fibers,

Marshall University professors Daniel Brazeau, Ph.D., and Gayle Brazeau, Ph.D., participated in an American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) delegation to Havana, Cuba, this month as part of a pharmacy education exchange program. “This was a wonderful opportunity to learn about health care, drug formulation and development including natural products, and pharmacy practices and