The Marshall University Entrepreneurship program and the Lewis College of Business are hosting the first Appalachian Conference on Social Enterprise (ACOSE) Thursday, March 17, and Friday, March 18.
The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has received a nearly $14,000 gift that will be used to fund special projects.
Six eighth-grade students from Huntington Middle School won the fifth annual “Words of Reflection” Writing Contest, and were recognized for doing so in an awards ceremony following the annual Diversity Breakfast Monday, Feb. 29, at Marshall University.
Power has been fully restored on the Huntington campus, Thursday, March 3. All classes on that campus beginning at noon or later will be held as scheduled.
Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert issued the following statement today upon learning of the sudden passing of faculty member Danny Ray.
“The entire Marshall community was deeply saddened today to learn one of our valued faculty members has passed away.
More than 600 West Virginia elementary and middle school children will visit Marshall University’s Memorial Student Center from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Friday, March 4, to participate in activities and games designed to help them learn about the brain and nervous system. This is the eighth annual Brain Expo to be held at Marshall.
Dr. Peggy Proudfoot Harman of the Marshall University College of Health Professions has been named director of the college’s Master of Social Work degree program.
The Marshall Recreation Center is promoting fitness by inviting everyone to enter the Indoor Triathlon at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 5.
Marshall University President Jerome Gilbert and members of the university’s senior management team will continue their series of monthly open houses for members of the university and Huntington communities.
The Marshall University Lewis College of Business will host a series of events throughout the month of March to promote professionalism in the workplace.