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Homecoming week at Marshall University officially kicks off on Monday, Sept. 25, as faculty, staff, students, family and alumni come together as the #MarshallUFamily, in a bold display of unity, inclusion and oneness. The Unity Walk is a signature event, taking place each year with a march around Marshall’s Huntington campus, followed by food, fellowship

Marshall University’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (iCenter) has announced the Marshall University Innovation Catalyst program (MUIC program), a first-of-its-kind program in higher education aimed at training the educational community in design thinking, an iterative, collaborative approach to creating innovative solutions. Design thinking is at the forefront of the most in-demand skills and has produced

Marshall Health now offers convenient dermatology care for patients in southern West Virginia through its newest collaboration with Boone Memorial Health (BMH). Dermatology services will be available every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at the BMH Specialty Clinic at 716 Madison Avenue in Madison between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.   Shane E. Cook, M.D., a

Marshall University’s Mid-Ohio Valley Center (MOVC) will host a community listening session to discuss the future of the local workforce and regional economic development. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 26, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the center, located at 1 John Marshall Way, Point Pleasant, WV 25550. Under the leadership of

The Marshall University Research Corporation and Occupational Safety Program Advisory Board will host the 2023 Marshall Safety Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 29, in the Don Morris Room of the Memorial Student Center on Marshall’s Huntington campus. Participants can hear from speakers in the occupational health and safety industry, including luncheon

Marshall University has announced its 2023 Homecoming activities, promising a week filled with nostalgia, camaraderie and spirited festivities for students and alumni alike. The theme this year is “Super Marco: Level Up,” which celebrates the history of video games throughout the years, as well as celebrating Marshall “leveling up” in stature. “We are thrilled to

The Marshall University School of Pharmacy has launched a student wellness program in partnership with Walgreens. The initiative will include resources to support physical, mental and financial health. “This comprehensive program, generously sponsored by Walgreens, underscores our commitment to educate and ensure the well-being of the next generation of pharmacists,” said Eric Blough, Ph.D., dean

Marshall University has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Track-4 Research Infrastructure Improvement (RII) grant of $293,493 along with a $60,000 supplement from the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), for a total of $353,493 for research related to printed electronics and device fabrication. It is one of 10 projects and $2.7 million invested

Marshall Health and Marshall University’s Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine hosted yesterday the Appalachian Regional Commission’s Recovery-to-Work Cohort Learning Academy at the Touma Museum of Medicine. In the Recovery-to-Work Cohort Learning Academy, regional teams convene with subject matter expertise and facilitation support to develop plans aimed at addressing the substance use disorder (SUD) crisis

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Before approximately 250 spectators, including high school students from Ohio and West Virginia, college students, faculty and staff, community members and members of the legal community, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia visited Marshall University today for an oral arguments session. The visit is part of Marshall’s Constitution Celebration, which