Dr. Vicki Stroeher, a musicologist at Marshall University, presented her first book, “My Beloved Man,” to Marshall’s president, Dr. Jerome Gilbert, Wednesday, July 6.
The Manufacturing Institute and the Toyota Foundation have awarded the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI) a $7,000 grant to support its summer camp activities that involve STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) skills.
More than two dozen high school students from West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio began a four-week immersion experience this week at Marshall University that will showcase a variety of research, technology, health and engineering career opportunities.
Since the early days of the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, the Cabell County Medical Society Alliance has been working alongside it, lending support and raising scholarship funds.
Jason Chute, DNA technical leader at the Marshall University Forensic Science Center, was a featured speaker discussing a successful pilot project to review and expedite sexual assault kit cases last week at the North Carolina State Crime Lab DNA Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina.
At least two dozen medical volunteers from the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Marshall University School of Pharmacy, Marshall Health and Cabell Huntington Hospital are enroute to Rainelle, West Virginia, where they will deliver medical care and counseling services to victims of last week’s historic flooding.
The Marshall University Board of Governors today unanimously approved the university’s operating budget for the coming fiscal year and set new tuition and fee rates.
Students in grades 3-9 are invited to participate in Marshall University’s Green Summer Science Adventure sessions, which will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, July 8; Monday, July 11; and Tuesday, July 12, in the Science Building on the university’s Huntington campus.
Marshall University is opening the doors of its summer enrichment program in Charleston to children ages 5 through 18 who are flood victims.
Marshall University will host the inaugural Governor’s School of Entrepreneurship (GSE) for West Virginia high school students July 5-26 on the Huntington campus.