More than 1,700 students will graduate from Marshall University Saturday, May 7. Most will be recognized in a pair of commencement ceremonies that day at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in downtown Huntington. Visit www.marshall.edu/commencement.
Marshall Pediatrics has expanded its 5170 Route 60 East office in Huntington, just off the 29th Street exit.
Dan Garrett, a 1972 alumnus of Marshall University’s Department of Communications Disorders, (far right) and wife, Jo Ann, today presented a $101,000 ceremonial check to the Marshall University Foundation, Inc., to establish a scholarship and program fund to benefit Communications Disorders.
Marshall University Forensic Science graduate student Kelsey L. Wilkinson of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania, is a 2016 Forensic Sciences Foundation Emerging Forensic Scientist Award winner.
With $17,000 raised, Huntington’s 13th annual Empty Bowls has provided Facing Hunger Foodbank with the power to purchase 127,500 meals for those in need in the Tri-State.
Dr. Wael Zatar, professor and dean of the College of Information Technology and Engineering at Marshall University, has been named recipient of the 2015 West Virginia Outstanding Civil Engineering Educator of the Year award by the West Virginia section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Monday, May 9 will mark the beginning of the eighth annual Shutdown Week for the Marshall Recreation Center. The facility will reopen on Saturday, May 14.
Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has created a new department of dentistry, oral and maxillofacial surgery, Joseph I. Shapiro, M.D., dean of the school of medicine, announced today.
Dan Garrett, a 1972 alumnus of Marshall’s Department of Communication Disorders, has made a gift of $100,000 to go toward student scholarships and educational experiences in the department. He will be honored at a check presentation ceremony at noon, Friday, April 29, at the Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall on Marshall’s Huntington campus.
The West Virginia Division of Energy (WVDOE) and the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER) at Marshall University have partnered to host the
“Renewable Energy in West Virginia: Projects and Prospects in 2016” conference Thursday, May 12, at the Brad D. Smith Foundation Hall in Huntington. The conference will bring
together organizations and individuals with experience implementing and managing renewable energy projects in West Virginia.