Dr. Beth Wolfe, director of continuing education at Marshall University, assumed the position of president of the West Virginia Association of College Registrars and Admissions Officers (WVACRAO) last month at the group’s annual conference at Glade Springs Resort in Daniels, West Virginia.
Marshall University’s Department of Dietetics is opening a food pantry for university faculty, staff, students and community members. The pantry will open Tuesday, Nov. 14, and will be located at the university’s Department of Dietetics building in downtown Huntington.
WMUL-FM 88.1 MHz, Marshall University’s public radio station, received the organizational award for Four-Year Radio Station of the Year in the 2016-2017 Pinnacle National College Media Awards Competition. In addition, students from WMUL-FM won one second-place and two third-place awards in the individual categories.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) has announced that Marshall Family Medicine, a primary care department of Marshall Health and the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, has received NCQA Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) Recognition for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long‐term, participative relationships.
The Marshall University Secular Student Alliance, Marshall Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, and the Muslim Student Association are hosting Interfaith Week at Marshall University next week. The weeklong event, which starts Monday Nov. 13,, and runs through Thursday, Nov. 16, is a chance for the student organizations to promote tolerance, understanding, and togetherness.
Marshall University’s School of Music will welcome Puerto Rican guitarist Dr. José Maldonado for a recital and master class this month.
Marshall University President Jerome A. Gilbert this morning released the following statement regarding the overnight announcement of China Energy Investment Corp’s expected $83 billion investment in shale gas development and chemical manufacturing projects in West Virginia.
Marshall University’s Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program will offer a new online option in spring 2018. It will be taught by full-time university faculty and will complement the current M.B.A. offerings for working professionals.
On Monday, Nov. 13, speakers and panelists will gather on Marshall University’s Huntington campus to talk about challenges African Americans in the Mountain State have faced in the past and continue to encounter.
Dr. Allison E. Carey, associate professor and chair of the English department in Marshall University’s College of Liberal Arts, was recently appointed by the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) as its Higher Education Policy Analyst for the state of West Virginia. She will serve a two-year term as West Virginia’s only higher education analyst studying policies affecting higher education.