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Steel of West Virginia commits $25,000 to College of Engineering and Computer Sciences’ co-op program
Steel of West Virginia Inc. has pledged $25,000 over two years to Marshall University’s College of Engineering and Computer Sciences in support of the college’s co-op program.
Marshall University’s HLC Quality Initiative set to begin fall 2022
In the fall semester, Marshall will begin a new, three-year quality initiative, as part of the Higher Learning Commission’s accreditation process. Included in the initiative is an array of projects, all with the intention of promoting a strong and inclusive institution through the three-year initiative and beyond.
Student receives Gilman Scholarship
A Marshall University student is the winner of a Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study abroad. Gilman Scholars receive up to $5,000 to apply towards their study abroad or internship program cost with additional funding available for the study of a critical language overseas.
Weber named vice president for government relations
President Brad D. Smith today announced senior level university administrator, Charlotte Weber, director of RCBI and vice president of federal programs, has been promoted to vice president of government relations, effective Aug. 1. She will oversee federal, state and community government relations for the university.
Physician Assistant program receives $1.5 million for rural training
The Physician Assistant (PA) program at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine has received a $1.46 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to enhance the rural training experience of every physician assistant student at Marshall University.
Psychology Clinic to offer Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
The Marshall University Psychology Clinic is expanding its therapy offerings by providing Parent-Child Interaction Therapy. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy or PCIT, is a short-term, specialized behavior management program designed for young children experiencing behavioral and/or emotional difficulties and their families.
First fellow named in new West Virginia National Guard cyber program
Marshall University welcomes Jaylan L. Mobley (pictured) of the West Virginia National Guard to serve as the university’s first West Virginia National Guard fellow. The fellowship was outlined in the university’s recent memorandum of understanding with the West Virginia National Guard and provides a fellow to work full-time in the Institute for Cyber Security (ICS).
Marshall Health opens weekend pediatric walk-in clinic in Teays Valley
Marshall Health now offers pediatric weekend walk-in care at Marshall Health-Teays Valley, located at 300 Corporate Center Drive in Scott Depot.
Partnership leads to changes in speed limit around Huntington campus
Steps are being taken to calm traffic and enhance pedestrian safety on major thoroughfares near Marshall University’s campus and in downtown Huntington. West Virginia Department of Transportation Secretary Jimmy Wriston has issued a temporary order reducing the speed limit to 25 mph from 35 mph on 3rd and 5th avenues between 6th and 20th streets.
School of Medicine welcomes incoming residents, fellows
More than 94 incoming resident physicians and fellows officially begin training July 1 at the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine.