The Marshall University Foundation Inc. recently established the Dodson, Dotson and Hairston Family Scholarship in memory of Marguerite Hairston Coleman, a Charleston native and 1967 graduate of Marshall University. The scholarship will benefit southern West Virginia students pursuing degrees at Marshall.
Leah C. Payne, a veteran communicator with more than 25 years of experience in media, public relations and marketing, has been named director of communications for Marshall University.
Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert has been invited to speak later this week to aspiring young scientists at the annual National Youth Science Camp in Pocahontas County.
Marshall Dining Services and the Marshall University Office of Sustainability are partnering on some new projects for the upcoming school year, including an herb and micro-green cabinet, as well as a food waste recovery program and a student-run composting program using dining food waste.
A little more than one year after Marshall Health’s Teays Valley office opened to patients at 300 Corporate Center Drive in Scott Depot, the health care group has added two additional services to its 55,000-square-foot clinic.
New research from a team at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine demonstrates that the Na/K-ATPase oxidant amplification loop (NAKL) is intimately involved in the aging process and may serve as a target for anti-aging interventions. The researchers were also able to successfully demonstrate the therapeutic potential of pNaKtide, a synthetic peptide, in improving impaired physiological functions and slowing disease development.
Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert has been selected to represent Conference USA on the NCAA Division I Presidential Forum. His term will begin Sept. 1, 2018, and end Aug. 31, 2021.
Marshall University’s Master of Social Work students have joined forces with Harmony House to host a cleaning product drive. The drive will benefit residents of Vanity Fair who are at risk for hygiene-related evictions.
Construction is underway on what will become the region’s newest residential treatment facility for women and their children.
Marshall University’s health informatics program has been ranked among the best in the country.
The ranking from College Choice, a leading authority in college and university rankings and resources, put Marshall University in 23rd place for best master’s degree program in health informatics. Continue reading…