The A.E. Stringer Visiting Writers Series will celebrate the new, published works of three of Marshall University’s emeritus faculty, Dr. Edwina Pendarvis, Dr. Mary B. Moore and Art E. Stringer. They will demonstrate how productivity doesn’t have to stop after retirement.
Marshall University’s new “Adventures in the Wild” program will prepare its students to survive in the wilderness and also provide students with leadership skills. These students will learn how to function in the back country, primarily within West Virginia, according to Chad Steen, outdoor pursuits coordinator for the Marshall Recreation Center.
Neil Johnson has been blessed with the ability to hear through the cutting-edge science of a cochlear implant. Now, he has decided to pay it forward and raise funds for The Luke Lee Listening and Language Lab, also known as “The L,” which is the first preschool program in West Virginia providing listening and spoken language instruction for children with hearing loss.
Last year, over 300 universities across the U.S. organized events to celebrate Food Day and for the fourth year, Marshall University will continue to join the movement. Food Day, a nationwide celebration of healthful and affordable foods, advocates for better food policies on a local, state and federal level.
Mohammed Megri, M.D., has been selected as the October Resident of the Month at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine announced Paulette S. Wehner, M.D., vice dean for graduate medical education.
A recent $10,000 grant from The Huntington Clinical Foundation is taking hands-on training to the next level at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
Marshall Health will host a Safe Trick or Treat event at its Teays Valley location, 300 Corporate Center Drive, Scott Depot, from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 26.
The Luke Lee Listening and Language Lab at Marshall University will host its annual Speakeasy Gala to raise funds for children with hearing loss. This year’s gala will begin at 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, at Guyan Country Club.
Marshall University’s School of Music will present West Virginia Symphony principal flutist Lindsey Goodman with the Leviathan Trio in concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29, in Smith Music Recital Hall on Marshall’s Huntington campus. The program will feature George Crumb’s “Vox Balaenae.”
The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine today launched a new program, Care Coordination of High Risk Diabetes Patients, thanks to a $1.5 million grant over five years from the Merck Foundation.