Research students receive NASA grants

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Four biomedical science Ph.D. students from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine have received West Virginia Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellowship grants to fund their continued dissertation research in a variety of disease-related areas. Read More

Barbeque for Office of Intercultural Affairs – April 18, 2015

The Office of Intercultural Affairs sponsored this social event Saturday, April 18, hosted by the family members of Shaleena Ross, graduate student in the office. Her family, the Clines, hosted over 40 students to spend the afternoon. The group involved students from over 12 different nationalities and ethnicities, religions and cultures. The experience was a huge success and included lots of home-cooked food, games, hiking/trailing, conversation and relationship building. The event was  co-planned with International Programs, INTO Marshall University, the Center for African American Students and Student Affairs. Read More

RHMC Communications announces activities to increase awareness of Ronald McDonald House

 

Update, 4/22/2015:

As a result of the current weather conditions, today’s pop tab collection and Goodwill drop offs for the Ronald McDonald House Charities Awareness Week has been delayed until 1 p.m. today to allow the rain to pass. If you have either to donate, we will be collecting those items from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Campus Christian Center’s side lawn (next to Fifth Avenue) weather permitting.

In addition, we will also collect items at our table tomorrow, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., on the Student Center plaza. (Our table will be inside the Student Center tomorrow if it rains.) Please come show your support tomorrow for the last day of the Awareness Week. We will have games to play, and several lucky people will have a chance to win some small prizes!

Please join us tomorrow and celebrate a wonderful organization that helps families with sick children by providing them a home near the hospital so they can be close to their child during treatment.

For more information, please contact Maggie Smith at smith1769@marshall.edu or Jessica Ross at jessica.ross@marshall.edu. Thank you for supporting a local non-profit that helps people in our community. The Ronald McDonald House exists because of the generosity and support of community friends. Please come join us and be one of them.

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