HUNTINGTON - The W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications was re-accredited for another six-year cycle by Accrediting Council for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications earlier this month. The council vote was the culmination of a yearlong review process. The organization has accredited 119 schools in the United States and outside the country.
HUNTINGTON - Summer is a relatively quiet time at Marshall University but that doesn't mean there isn't work to be done.
HUNTINGTON - Eight exceptional high school students have been chosen as the next class to join the Society of Yeager Scholars at Marshall University.
The week long series of day camps offer children the opportunity to make new friends while taking part in a variety of indoor and outdoor activities as educational sessions. The first week of camps will run May 26-29 and continue each week until closing out the week of Aug. 3-7.
HUNTINGTON - Now that the spring semester at Marshall University is over and seniors have graduated, there is plenty of work to be done on campus.
HUNTINGTON - Athletic training students from the Marshall University College of Health Professions placed second in the National Athletic Trainers' Association student video contest in April.
HUNTINGTON - Joseph I. Shapiro, M.D., dean of the Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, has established a scholarship at the school in honor of his wife, Mary Ryan Shapiro.
Marshall handed out degrees during graduation ceremonies Saturday.
HUNTINGTON - Thirteen West Virgina students were accepted as the inaugural class for the Marshall University and Marshall University Joan C. Edwards Medical School accelerated degree program.
HUNTINGTON - For Marshall alumnus and avid supporter Joe Gillette, success began in the form of a mop bucket and a recognized opportunity.