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Marshall researchers will be part of a $20 million scientific research project funded by the National Science Foundation. The award was announced by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and the state’s congressional delegation.
Marshall University and New River Community and Technical College have entered into two agreements that will allow students of New River CTC to apply up to 72 of their credits earned to bachelor’s degrees at Marshall.
The Special Collections Department and the Government Documents Department (Federal Depository Library Collection) in the James E. Morrow Library on Marshall University’s Huntington campus will be closed from Monday, Aug. 10, through Friday, Aug. 14. These departments will be closed for staff development training, cleanup and maintenance of the University Archives and Manuscript Collections, and
When Sandy Webb heard about the Tiny Talkers Book Club held at the Marshall University Speech and Hearing Center, she thought the program sounded perfect for her grandson.
Dr. Elmer Price, professor of biological sciences, has been awarded a three-year, $350,000 research grant from the National Science Foundation.
Consultants, contractors and representatives of state and federal agencies involved with planning, monitoring, design and construction of transportation systems will gather in Huntington Aug. 4-6 for a technical forum.
The Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Alumni Association recently elected two local physicians to its board of directors.
The Marshall University Sustainability Department is hosting its weekly Fresh Market Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Wednesday throughout the growing season in the Memorial Student Center on the Huntington campus.
Twenty-one students from colleges and universities around the nation are scheduled to arrive Monday for the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine’s Project P.R.E.M.E.D. (Providing Real World Experiences for future Marshall Educated Doctors).
The department of family and community health at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has received a five-year, $1.22 million grant from the federal government to develop ways to educate and train new physicians in novel methods of primary care.