Marshall University’s Amicus Curiae Lecture Series for Spring 2016 kicks off at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, in the Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall, home of the Erickson Alumni Center, on Marshall’s Huntington campus. Guest speaker Dr. Jonathan W. White will deliver the lecture, “Abraham Lincoln and Civil Liberties During the Civil War.”
Marshall University’s Sustainability Department has been awarded a grant from the Dunn Foundation to develop, implement and test a new sustainability curriculum with middle school-aged students enrolled in the West Virginia Science Adventures Program.
For the second year, Marshall University’s College of Science is bringing the Science Olympiad to West Virginia.
Sandra Clements, Maurice Cooley and Beth Hammers of Marshall University will be among individuals honored for their achievements in the area of social action throughout West Virginia. The recognition will take place Saturday, Feb. 20, at West Virginia State University in Institute.
Marshall University will be closed until noon today (Code B), Monday, Feb. 15, for all campuses and centers. This delay affects both classes and the opening of offices.
The delay will allow university officials to continue to monitor the weather and road conditions.
Students are advised to contact their instructors for any updates to their course schedules and assignments.
The university’s policy regarding inclement weather is online at http://www.marshall.edu/ucomm/weatheremergency-closings.
For the latest information about campus programs and services during inclement weather, visit the “Schedule Updates” link on the university’s homepage.
Have you always wanted to hire a personal trainer? The Marshall Recreation Center has a more affordable solution for the Marshall community with the creation of Studio X.
Marshall University’s theatre program will open the semester Wednesday, Feb. 17, with “Mauritius,” a dramatic tale about stamp collecting.
Marshall University’s Huntington campus will be among the hosts of the College Goal Sunday event in West Virginia from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 21, in Corbly Hall. Workshops also will be offered at other locations across the state, including Marshall’s Mid-Ohio Valley Center in Point Pleasant.
The Marshall University School of Music and Theatre will present the 47th Annual Winter Jazz Festival, Feb. 18-20, in Smith Recital Hall on Marshall’s Huntington campus.
Marshall University’s Office of Recruitment is conducting three events this month. One is for students beginning their college search process, one for students determining whether to apply to Marshall, and the third is for students who have already been admitted to Marshall.