Marshall University and West Virginia University have awarded $426,234 in grants to nine projects that promote health-related partnerships between the two schools. This collaborative program is coordinated through the West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute (WVCTSI).
Jeffery Kim, M.D., an orthopaedic resident at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, has been selected as the January Resident of the Month, Paulette S. Wehner, M.D., vice dean and designated institution official for graduate medical education, has announced. Continue reading…
A test of the MU Alert emergency messaging system will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Kim White is a military veteran who has experience in higher education and mental health. She also is a doctoral student in Curriculum and Instruction at Marshall University, which she believes makes her “a great fit” for her new position at MU – director of military and veterans affairs.
Marshall University’s Department of Sociology and Anthropology will serve as host to the 51st annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society April 7-9 in the Big Sandy Conference Center in Huntington. The conference is themed “Reinventing and Reinvesting in the Local for Our Common Good.”
Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine clinician researchers have published a review looking at the efficacy of a diagnostic thyroid cancer test becoming routinely used in hospitals and medical centers across the country.
Marshall University and West Virginia University have teamed up to provide free online access to publications for courses on the Mountain State’s history.
The West Virginia Elks Association recently donated $1,000 to Marshall University’s Veterans for Veterans, a student organization composed of student veterans whose mission is to engage veterans and the community at large.
Throughout 2016, Carnegie Mellon University’s CREATE Lab Satellite Network will launch an educational project called Nearby Nature that will enable middle- and high-school students in Pennsylvania and West Virginia to study scientific phenomena in almost any outdoor space, in both built and natural settings.
Burnis Morris, Marshall University’s Dr. Carter G. Woodson Professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, has been selected as a 2016 History Hero, for which he will be honored during the West Virginia History Day at the Legislature program Friday, Jan. 29.