The Marshall University Foundation Inc. received a $25,000 gift in April from laboratory Corporation of America, which has been designated for the program fund of the College of Health Professions’ Clinical Lab Sciences program.
Marshall Family Medicine’s Health Education Resource Office will host its inaugural HERO Fest, a health and wellness event for the entire family, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 4, at Ritter Park.
Marshall University’s online liberal arts bachelor’s degree offerings have been ranked 33rd in the country by independent online college-information company College Choice.
The 2nd Annual Huntington Sustainability Fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 21, at The Wild Ramp, 555 14th St. W. in Huntington’s central City and at the Central City Gazebo.
Marshall Orthopaedics will host its annual Joints Jog Saturday, May 21, at Barboursville Park.
Registration is now underway to enroll students in grades K to 12 in Marshall University’s five-week-long summer K-12 program at Elk Elementary Center in Charleston.
Mitzi Meade, administrative secretary senior in the Department of Political Science, today was named Marshall University’s 2015 Employee of the Year at the 32nd annual Staff Recognition Luncheon.
First-year surgery resident Bradly Vo, M.D., has been selected as the May 2016 Resident of the Month, announced Paulette Wehner, M.D., vice dean for graduate medical education at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.
Sunshine invites increased risk of skin cancer; Marshall Dermatology offers tips for skin cancer prevention, detectionPosted on May 17, 2016
When spring sunshine gives way to summer heat, more people spend time outside and are exposed to the sun’s rays, putting them at an increased risk for skin cancer.
Cedric Gathings, interim assistant vice president for multicultural affairs at Mississippi State University, has been named vice president for student affairs at Marshall University, Provost Gayle Ormiston announced today.