Marshall University School of Nursing students are learning about forensic science this week so they can gain a better understanding of the role Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANEs) play in providing the best DNA evidence in sexual assault cases. They will thus be helping future patients who are victims find justice.
Students from Marshall University’s public radio station, WMUL-FM, received two finalist awards in the 2015 College Broadcasters Inc. (CBI) National Student Radio Production Awards Ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Saturday, Oct. 24.
Marshall University will honor 1,131 graduates from July and August 2015 and students who are tentatively scheduled to graduate in December at the annual winter commencement at 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in downtown Huntington.
The Thundering Word, Marshall University’s speech and debate team, has enjoyed a highly successful fall semester, Coach Danny Ray said.
The Marshall Recreation Center and the Marshall University First-Year Residence Halls are striving to do something good this holiday season to help several local agencies and children in the Tri-State community through Rec the Halls with Holiday Hopes.
Huntington will be one of more than 250 cities participating in TubaChristmas, thanks to Marshall University’s School of Music and Theatre. Marshall’s Director of Bands, Brian Walden, will conduct West Virginia TubaChristmas, at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Huntington Mall.
Dr. Andrew P. Nichols, who last spring received the Dr. Charles E. Hedrick Outstanding Faculty Award at Marshall University for the 2014-2015 academic year, will be the keynote speaker at MU’s winter commencement Saturday, Dec. 12.
More than a dozen Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine medical and biomedical students, as well as faculty and staff, had the opportunity to talk with U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) today about biomedical research and the federal funding mechanisms used to pay for it.
The Marshall University Heart of Appalachia Talent Search (HATS) Program, Army ROTC and the office of Military and Veterans Affairs are working together to collect donations for local veterans.
Items are being collected on the Huntington campus of Marshall University through Dec. 1, according to Angela Holley, director of the HATS program. The have been collecting on campus since Oct. 15.
Marshall University will host an Engineering Education Summit Tuesday, Dec. 1, from 4-6 p.m. at the Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex, 1676 Third Ave., Huntington.