COVID-19 News Archive

Marshall’s Linz available to discuss the range of responses to social distancing
March 31, 2020 · COVID-19
There has been a wide range of responses to government guidelines on social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. While some individuals take it extremely seriously, others have largely ignored the instructions, given the absence of any immediate, visible consequences.
Canady available to discuss panic buying, health behaviors related to pandemic
March 30, 2020 · COVID-19
Marshall’s Dr. Brittany Canady, an assistant professor of psychology in the College of Liberal Arts, can speak on a variety of psychological phenomena and health behaviors that may arise.
Marshall history professor available to share perspective on global history of pandemics
March 26, 2020 · COVID-19
Dr. Chris White, a professor of history in Marshall’s College of Liberal Arts, is available to share perspective on global history of disease as well as U.S. foreign policy. He specializes in Latin American history and teaches world history as well. White has authored four books and has an integrated perspective on pandemics that he
MU expert available for interviews about medical laboratory technology, shortage of medical laboratory scientists
March 25, 2020 · COVID-19
Dr. Pam Meadows, clinical coordinator of the Marshall University medical laboratory technology program, said the recent COVID19 crisis has brought to light the nationwide shortage of medical laboratory scientists and technicians. In addition to her role at Marshall, she serves as a medical laboratory scientist in the Automated Procedures Laboratory at Charleston Area Medical Center, and serves as president of the West Virginia Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences.