Dr. N.B. East, a longtime chair of the Marshall University theatre department, will be inducted into the Southeastern Theatre Conference Hall of Fame March 10, during the Annual SETC Business Meeting at the 2018 Convention in Mobile, Alabama.
Marshall University Office of Career Education (Career Services) will conduct their annual Spring Career Expo 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, in the Memorial Student Center’s Don Morris Room on the Huntington campus. The expo is open to all Marshall students, faculty and alumni. Recruiters will be sharing information on part-time, full-time and internship positions.
The Physics Department at Marshall University will host the Appalachian and Kentucky sections of the American Association of Physics Teachers conference March 9-10 on the Huntington campus. All teachers interested in teaching physics in their classrooms are invited to participate.
Marshall University’s business degree in economics has been ranked 9th among the 50 Best Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Economics by Best College Reviews.
The Huntington Area Art Society will host a lecture by Marshall University Assistant Professor Sarah McDermott, who will speak on “Geographic Narratives within Artist’s Books” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 19, at Cellar Door, 905 3rd Ave. in downtown Huntington.
Marshall Family Medicine has established a Center for Healthy Aging to provide comprehensive primary care for adults 55 and older.
Marshall University alumna Amy McGlothlin, now a faculty member at Salem University, and her ensemble of professional saxophonists from the Boston area will perform a classical saxophone quartet recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, in Smith Recital Hall.
Marshall University is once again offering its popular “do-it-yourself” beginner’s upholstery class starting Monday, April 2, for those in the community who would like to learn how to reupholster and repair furniture, or perhaps finish a project they started in a previous session.
In addition, an advanced course will be offered Tuesdays, beginning April 3, for those who have completed the beginner’s course.
The road to becoming a physician has long been pitted with roadblocks like stress, burnout and anxiety, and now, in the 21st century, those stressors can be even more intense, perhaps due to increased complexity of the health care system itself.
In an effort to combat some of those concerns, the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has recently implemented several programs to address the mental, emotional and physical well-being of its students.
Marshall University is one of 15 institutions recognized internationally this week with a “Best of Show” award in the 33rd Annual Educational Advertising Awards sponsored by Higher Education Marketing Report.