Nationally known Civil War author to speak

Marshall University’s Special Collections department will host Dr. Michael Bonner, nationally known Civil War author, for two lectures. He will speak on the topic “The Blockade in the Civil War” Thursday, Sept. 13, on the Huntington campus.

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Constitution Week begins Sept. 10

Marshall University’s annual Constitution Week celebration kicks off Monday, Sept. 10, and runs through Monday, Sept. 24.

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CRAFT training planned for those affected by substance misuse

Marshall University will present Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) training, an evidence-based, motivational program of support for family members living with a loved one affected by substance use, but who may not be motivated to enter treatment.

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International Housekeeping Week to be celebrated Sept. 8-14

Marshall University will celebrate the hard work of its housekeeping and grounds staff Saturday, Sept. 8, through Friday, Sept. 14, during International Housekeeping Week. The university has organized a series of events to highlight the efforts of those who help Marshall University’s facilities and campus shine.

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Faculty member named to Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association committee

Dr. Zach Garrett of the Marshall University College of Health Professions has been named to the Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA) Critical Incident Stress Management Committee. Garrett, program clinical coordinator for the college’s athletic training program, is one of two representatives chosen from the state of West Virginia.

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President launches second annual state tour of high schools

Country singer Willie Nelson, who penned a popular song about road trips, might take a few lessons from Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert, who’s on the road again with the second annual “The Rest of Your Life Begins at Marshall University” tour to high schools in West Virginia.

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