An interactive, hands-on program introducing high school students to the world of cybercrime, cyber security and digital forensics will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center.
The Marshall University School of Pharmacy Preview Day, an event designed for high school, college and non-traditional students considering a career in pharmacy, will take place Saturday, April 9, at the Coon Education Building in Spring Valley. The event runs from noon to about 3:30 p.m.
Menis E. Ketchum II, chief justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, will give the address at Marshall University’s commencement ceremony for undergraduates at 9 a.m. Saturday, May 7, President Jerome A. Gilbert announced today.
Marshall University is planning two open houses in April to introduce Kanawha Valley residents to the university’s new undergraduate course offerings on its South Charleston campus.
For the 10th year in row and 12th time overall, Marshall University journalism professor Dan Hollis received a first-place award in the Video News category of the National Broadcasting Society’s Professional Production Competition.
Graduate students in Marshall University’s Department of Psychology will conduct General Anxiety Support Group sessions for students, faculty, staff and community members beginning in April.
Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine fourth-year students learned today at the stroke of noon where they will spend the next few years of their training during the National Resident Matching Program’s (NRMP) annual Match Day.
Beginning Fall 2016, undergraduate classes will be available on the South Charleston campus! To learn more, visit www.marshall.edu/closer.
Marshall University’s Department of Modern Languages will present a Koto and Flute Recital at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 19, in Smith Music Hall 133 on Marshall’s Huntington campus. Masayo Ishigure and student Tomomi Takamoto will perform on koto, while Marshall’s Dr. Wendell Dobbs will perform on flute.
Jennifer C. Miller, B.S., a 4th-year student at the Marshall University School of Pharmacy, along with Inder Sehgal, D.V.M, Ph.D., professor of pharmacology at the school and a graduate veterinarian, recently published an instructional design and assessment article in the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education. The article effectively marks the first time a school of pharmacy student has published as first author in a peer-reviewed research article since the school’s inception in 2012.