Students and faculty from Marshall University’s School of Art and Design will play a part in “Reinventing and Reinvesting in the Local for Our Common Good” at this weekend’s 51st annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Association at the Big Sandy Conference Center in Huntington.
Among Marshall University ceramics students, Huntington Museum of Art contributions and local potters, more than 1,200 handcrafted bowls will be for sale on Friday, April 15, during Huntington’s 13th annual Empty Bowls.
Marshall University Military and Veterans Affairs accepted the $20,000 Jack Taylor Founding Values Award from Enterprise Holdings Tuesday, April 5.
The 8th annual Brain Expo hosted by Marshall University’s College of Science will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday, April 8, in the Memorial Student Center on Marshall’s Huntington campus.
A study by researchers at Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has found that blocking the blood supply of small cell lung cancer tumors may help reduce their growth and delay the regrowth process after treatment. Small cell lung cancer is considered the most lethal of all lung cancers.
As the political campaign season progresses and in light of recent events at campuses around the country, Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert today issued the following statement:
Ryan Clagg is a typical medical student by day with his stethoscope and books in hand, but over the past several years in his free time, a movie script and eye for the camera have been his tools of the trade. Clagg, whose undergraduate degree is in biology and film from Cornell University, has his first feature film directorial debut Saturday, April 9, with the public showing of “Where is the Sun?” at the Keith Albee Performing Arts Center.
Fresh off their performance tour to Spain, Marshall University’s Chamber Choir will present a final spring concert for the public at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 3, at Fifth Avenue Baptist Church.
The Marshall Recreation Center is offering a Lifeguard Certification class for anyone who wants a certification for the first time or for those who are renewing their certification.
Five graduates of Marshall University’s W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications (SOJMC) are being inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame this fall.