HUNTINGTON - The American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate for a quality diabetes self-management education program has been awarded to the Bruce S. Chertow Diabetes Center, an affiliate of Marshall Health, on April 29.
HUNTINGTON - Whether you're a recent graduate, looking for a summer job, or simply planning for life after school, Marshall University's Career Services Center can help. Located at 1681 5th Avenue, the center offers a variety of services including mock interviews, resume reviews, career planning, and an online job search tool called "JobTraxx."
HUNTINGTON - The Marshall Recreation Center is offering swim lessons for children of all ages for summer 2015.
HUNTINGTON - Dr. Nancy Elkins of the Marshall University College of Health Professions recently had her nursing student retention research published in an issue of Open Journal of Nursing, a peer-reviewed, international journal dedicated to the latest advancements in nursing.
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.