About Marshall University
Marshall University is a vibrant and growing multi-campus, public university. The University supports a rich cultural environment with the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts center, which provides a 530-seat facility for performances in the fields of music, art, and theatre, and the $2.6 million Jomie Jazz Center. The Huntington, West Virginia, area is surrounded by natural beauty being located on the Ohio River in the Huntington-Ashland WV-KY-OH Metropolitan Area. The state is known for its mountains and diverse topography, which provide a wide range of outdoor recreational opportunities, such as skiing, whitewater rafting, fishing, recreational caving and hiking. The Huntington area has excellent public and private schools, parks, and lakes.
Marshall University is devoted to providing innovative undergraduate and graduate education that contributes to the development of society and the individual through the discovery, synthesis, preservation, and dissemination of knowledge. The University encourages and supports efforts by faculty to remain current in their fields of expertise through scholarly research, and to incorporate that expertise in the educational process as appropriate. Additionally, Marshall faculty strive to improve instruction through the use of innovative teaching methods that require students to become active and engaged partners in the learning process, thus developing the critical thinking skills necessary for life-long learning. Our goal is to develop students who can successfully navigate through a rapidly changing and increasingly global society.
About the School of Pharmacy
Marshall University School of Pharmacy is a new school offering a unique, interdisciplinary, team-based academic community which combines the resources of a top tier University with Allied Health Programs through the College of Health Professions and the Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine. As a member of our team, you will help create the future of pharmacy education by contributing to the development of an innovative, learner-centered curriculum that recognizes the changing role of the pharmacist in health care…and you will be able to do this in a state-of-the-art 76,000 square foot learning, research, and pharmacy practice facility. So, come take the next step in pharmacy education with us.