Students and friends of the Marshall University School of Theatre have been making masks and distributing them to local communities in Cabell, Wayne, Putnam, Mason and Kanawha counties. More than 650 masks have been distributed to date, under the leadership of Olivia Trees, MU Theatre costumer, who selected materials from stock.
Dr. Marianna Linz, professor and chair of the psychology department at Marshall University, has served as a driving force to bring community groups together in what is being called the Huntington Community COVID Care Plan.
The Marshall University Forensic Science Center (MUFSC) has entered into a collaborative partnership with the ANDE Corporation, which is placing a Rapid DNA instrument at the MUFSC for DNA analysts to evaluate for future validation and testing.
Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy recently published a journal article by three Marshall Health clinical pharmacists. Ronald Carico Jr., Jordan Sheppard and C. Borden Thomas authored “Community pharmacists and communication in the time of COVID-19: Applying the health belief model.”
Withdrawal deadline also extended and first two sessions of summer school to be offered online only Due to the emerging hardships associated with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the necessary transition to online course delivery, Marshall University is making changes to its grading system for the spring semester. For this semester only, undergraduate students will
Marshall University School of Pharmacy made and donated more than 12 gallons of hand sanitizer last month to several local charities including Harmony House, Huntington City Mission, the Hershel “Woody” Williams VA Medical Center, River Park Hospital and the Huntington police and fire departments.
The West Virginia Mask Army, a pop-up nonprofit making masks for health care professionals using furnace filters, delivered 500 masks to the Summers County Appalachian Regional Hospital in Hinton, West Virginia, Saturday, March 28. The masks were made in just over a week to bolster supplies in West Virginia in preparation for the Coronavirus pandemic.