The Marshall University Lewis College of Business has welcomed six new faculty members hired to start the 2018-19 academic year, bringing with them new perspectives and expertise in the business fields of economics, international business, supply chain management, digital marketing, human resource management and organizational behavior.
Marshall University’s College of Education and Professional Development, with support from the Center for Continuing Education, will kick off a new lecture series for educators Monday, Sept. 24, on the university’s Huntington campus. It will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. in Room BE-5 of the Memorial Student Center.
Marshall University’s marching band, the Marching Thunder, will be traveling to London, England, during December 2019 and will perform in the 2020 New Year’s Day Parade.
Students at Marshall University will soon have new meal options on the Huntington campus.
Marshall University’s School of Art and Design will host “Acts of Seeing and Hearing,” an international video art exhibition, Monday, Sept. 24, through Friday, Oct. 26, in the Carroll Gallery of Marshall’s Visual Arts Center, 927 3rd Ave.
Following a successful launch in 2017, #HERDJAZZ in the Capital City returns to Elk City Records on Charleston’s revitalized West Side for two performances this fall.
The Marshall University School of Music will present a multi-media performance by BHZ (Burke-Hall-Zanter) at 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, in Room 143 of Smith Music Hall.
The Marshall University Technology Transfer Office (TTO) will present two free seminars on Friday, Sept. 14, to educate both members of the university community and the general public interested in commercialization of products.
Marshall University mathematics students Kira Owsley and Adam O’Neal, along with Associate Professor Dr. Michael Schroeder, traveled to Singapore in July to present research on discrete mathematics as part of the Conference on Combinatorics and its Applications.