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The 2024 Charles Hill Moffat Lecture promises an engaging evening with Dr. Alice Dreger, esteemed historian, journalist, and author. Dreger will deliver her thought-provoking lecture titled “Ten Years Past Galileo’s Middle Finger: What Have We Learned from a Decade of Campus Conflicts?” at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, in the Shawkey Dining Room of the

As the launch date of Cayuse Sponsored Projects approaches in May 2024, the Marshall University Research Corporation is announcing two upcoming training courses. The training sessions will focus primarily on navigating the Proposal Record Form, previously referred to as the Authorization to Submit Form, which is utilized for internal approval of all grant submissions. While

Marshall University announces a Call for Proposals to help create an Online Black History Courses Program commemorating the centennial of Negro History Week/Black History Month, which began in 1926 as a public-education program of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, a graduate and former principal of Huntington’s Douglass School. Dr. Woodson also was a former dean at

The Marshall University Chamber Choir will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 7, at  St. John’s Episcopal Church, 3000 Washington Blvd. in Huntington, following the choir’s return from France, where members performed at several iconic locations. Last month, the choir traveled to France and performed at Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres, built in the 13th Century;

In a groundbreaking initiative to honor and rediscover a rich history, Marshall University is collaborating with the City of Huntington and Marshall Health Network to commemorate a great epoch in the American story – the centennial of Negro History Week/Black History Month. Marshall also is partnering with other local and national institutions including West Virginia

Marshall University and the Marshall University Alumni Association (MUAA) are set to host the 85th annual Alumni Awards Banquet on Saturday, April 13, beginning at 6 p.m. with dinner and awards at the Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall. The Marshall University Alumni Awards Banquet recognizes outstanding alumni, university supporters and students during an evening of

Marshall University and Mountwest Community and Technical College (CTC) today announced a significant partnership aimed at enhancing educational opportunities and bolstering West Virginia’s workforce for the demands of the 21st century economy. The affiliation agreement eases the process for students graduating with associate degrees, offering them a clear pathway to continue their education at Marshall

Due to inclement weather, portions of Marshall University’s campuses are closed today, Tuesday, April 2, 2024. The Brad D. Smith Center for Business and Innovation and the South Charleston campus are closed. They will reopen tomorrow. Some other campus offices may be closed due to power outages. Employees and students should check their email and

The Marshall University Board of Governors unanimously approved a resolution today during a special session authorizing President Brad D. Smith to officially hire Cornelius “Corny” Jackson to serve as the next Marshall University Men’s Basketball Coach. The Oak Hill, West Virginia, native becomes the team’s 30th coach. President Brad D. Smith said, when reviewing long-term

The MitraClip™ procedure is now available at Marshall Health Network to treat individuals suffering from mitral valve regurgitation. The FDA-approved, minimally-invasive procedure addresses valve leakage and improves overall cardiac function. Marshall Health interventional cardiologist and structural heart specialist Salem Badr, M.D., an assistant professor at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, performed