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Marshall to sell Herd Dirt Compost Tea at the Wild Ramp
Marshall University’s Herd Dirt Compost Tea will make its market debut Sunday, Aug. 7, at the Wild Ramp on W. 14th St in Huntington, kicking off the National Farmers Market Week celebration at the market.
Marshall student the winner of two prestigious scholarships
Emerald Fatica is the winner of a Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship and an American Association of Teachers of Japanese Bridging Scholarship to study abroad.
Marshall Health establishes new clinic for interstitial lung disease
A new clinic at Marshall Health is helping patients with chronic interstitial lung disease improve quality of life, minimize additional damage and reduce symptoms.
Marshall art professor completes 艺术ist-in-Residence program at Weir Farm National Historical Park
Marshall University Professor of 艺术 Sandra Reed was chosen and recently completed an 艺术ist-in-Residence program May 12-June 11 at the Weir Farm National Historical Park, located in Connecticut.
Study evaluates gender disparities in rank and tenure among medical school faculty
研究ers from six institutions evaluated more than 50 years of data from U.S. medical schools to identify longitudinal trends in gender equality in rank and tenure.
Drum Corps International competition to be held at Marshall
The Marshall University School of Music will host Drum Corps International, 或DCI亨廷顿, 七点半p.m. 周一,8月. 1、at Joan C. 爱德华兹体育场. The drum corps competition will include performances by drum corps groups from throughout the United States.
Former Thomson Reuters CEO appointed to 理事会
西维吉尼亚州州长. Jim Justice has appointed James C. “Jim” Smith to the Marshall University 理事会. Smith, who splits his time between Sunny Isles Beach, Fla., and Toronto, will serve a four-year term ending June 30, 2026. The former president and CEO of information and media giant Thomson Reuters, Smith is a 1981
Salem, Hamad establish two scholarships in honor of their children
Dr. Asad Salem and his wife, Ghada哈马德, have recently established the Zaynab Salem Scholarship, named for their daughter, to support first-generation college students studying mechanical engineering at Marshall University’s College of Engineering and Computer Sciences.
University receives funding to provide trainings for peer recovery support specialists across West Virginia
Marshall University has been awarded a $132,500 grant from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human 资源 Bureau of Behavioral Health (WV DHHR BBH) to develop a Peer Workforce Training Hub. The BBH seeks to expand the workforce capacity of those trained and/or seeking training and/or employed or seeking employment as a Peer Recovery Support Specialist (PRSS) in West Virginia.