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Marshall Health has been named to the 2023 list of “America’s Best Employers by State” by Forbes magazine. Forbes partnered with the market research firm Statista to survey 70,000 employees across the United States at companies with more than 500 employees. Surveys were conducted anonymously, asking employees to rate their employer overall and in categories
The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine’s Standing Out in Our Field (SOIOF) 8 raised more than $100,000 for its student scholarship endowment. The annual event was held Saturday, Aug. 26, at the Barboursville Soccer Complex. “It’s always wonderful to see the community come out to support our future physicians,” said Linda S.
The Marshall University School of Music presents “Musical Family,” a faculty trio recital featuring Wendell Dobbs on flute, Şölen Dikener on cello and Johan Botes on piano at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, in the Jomie Jazz Forum, which is adjacent to the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center. The concert is free and open
The Marshall Health, Marshall University and Mountain Health Network governing boards earlier this month voted unanimously to approve a single name for the newly integrated academic health system — Marshall Health Network, Inc. Leaders from the three organizations will discuss the integration and evolution of the new health system during the West Virginia Chamber Business
Angela Myhrwold has been named department administrator for Marshall Psychiatry. She joined Marshall Health in 2015 as an operations analyst before being named operations manager in 2019. Prior to joining Marshall Health, she served as the director of marketing and public relations at Three Rivers Medical Center in Louisa, Kentucky, for nine years. Myhrwold oversees
Marshall University’s Dr. Josh Brunty, a faculty member in Cyber Forensics & Security, has been named head coach of the US Cyber Team, a team of talented cybersecurity athletes, coaches, and industry leaders put together by the US Cyber Games to represent the United States in global cybersecurity competitions.
Marshall University is expanding the Yellow Ribbon Program, which is a part of the VA Education Benefit Chapter 33/Post 9-11 GI Bill ®. The expansion will encompass master’s degree programs. Undergraduate programs were already covered under the prior Yellow Ribbon agreement. This expansion further demonstrates Marshall’s commitment to supporting military-connected (including Veterans, service members and
Marshall University and Marshall Health have partnered with Intermed Labs, a renowned medical technology (medtech) startup studio, to drive more health care innovations through advanced technologies and breakthroughs that enhance patient outcomes and foster a dynamic ecosystem for health care solutions. Based in Morgantown, West Virginia, Intermed Labs will help the clinicians and researchers at
The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) has extended the accreditation term for the Marshall University School of Pharmacy doctoral program through June 30, 2030. Program accreditation provides a national basis for quality assurance. Marshall University’s pharmacy doctorate is one of three ACPE-accredited programs in West Virginia. The program first earned accreditation status in 2016
Transport and logistics giant FedEx has given a jet engine from its fleet of aircraft to the Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program at Marshall University. The gift was announced yesterday by the Marshall University Foundation. The engine, a General Electric CF6 motor from a retired McDonnel Douglas DC-10 aircraft, will be used in the daily