Forensic Science graduate student Kaitlin Huffman of Mt. Nebo, West Virginia, is the first recipient of the Paul H. and Dixie O. Nicely Scholarship Award.
Marshall University’s Birke Art Gallery will open the spring semester Jan. 11 with Façade, a mixed media English garden brought to life from a collaboration of artist Jordan Tate and the artist duo Future Retrieval.
The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has received a $10,000 gift to use for the school’s most pressing needs, including student support.
Second-year pediatrics resident Aaron M. Brownfield, M.D., has been selected as the December 2015 Resident of the Month at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
The Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools has continued Marshall University’s accredited status.
Jason Chute, Marshall University Forensic Science Center DNA technical leader, presented information about the successful pilot project to review and expedite sexual assault kit cases for the Michigan State Police (MSP) at the Bode Mid-Atlantic: DNA and Investigators Conference in Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, last month.
A Marshall University landmark is featured in the newest edition of the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office calendar.
BrickStreet Insurance today presented Marshall University with a gift of $1 million that will be used to fund scholarships, Greg Burton, chief executive officer of BrickStreet, announced.
The physicians at Marshall Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery are now offering CoolSculpting, the world’s leading non-invasive fat removal treatment.
Marshall University’s Visual Arts Center Gallery will open the spring semester Monday, Jan. 11, with the 5th Annual National Juried Exhibition, featuring 30 artists from 17 states.