Marshall University’s College of Science, in partnership with West Virginia Science Adventures, will offer nine full weeks of science-related camps for kids this summer.
A team of experts from Marshall University has been selected to present next month at the nation’s largest annual conference focused on the opioid crisis.
Internationally acclaimed classical guitarist Dr. Daniel Bolshoy will visit Marshall University for a two-day residency. He will perform a classical guitar concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 5, in the Jomie Jazz Center Forum, and he will conduct a workshop titled “The Intersection of Health, Artistic Expression and Technique” at 9 a.m. Friday, April 6, at Smith Recital Hall.
Students from WMUL-FM, Marshall University’s public radio station, won four first-place awards and four finalist awards in the four radio categories available in the 2017 Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Mark of Excellence Contest for Region Four. The awards were presented March 10 at Point Park University in Pittsburgh.
Marshall University offices will be closed on Friday, March 23, to allow employees to take two half-day holidays in observance of President’s Day and Veteran’s Day.
Marshall University’s contemporary a cappella ensemble, 3rd Avenue, will present its Spring Concert at 6 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at Smith Recital Hall on the Huntington campus.
Four Marshall University faculty and staff members, Layton Cottrill, Cedric Gathings, Dr. Bobby Miller and Dr. Joseph Shapiro, will be among those honored for achievements in social action in West Virginia.
Wael Zatar, dean of the College of Information Technology and Engineering at Marshall University, recently received the Distinguished Award of Fellow for outstanding contributions to the Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute.
The Tri State Psychology Conference, which was founded by Marshall University students and faculty in 1993, will celebrate its 25th anniversary this year with a conference planned for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 20, at West Liberty University in Wheeling.
Dr. Gary McIlvain of the Marshall University College of Health Professions has published a children’s book, “Don’t Feed the Fish French Fries,” with his 8-year-old son Cooper.