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  • Marshall Psychiatry adds first neuropsychologist
    will not be listed in the Electronic Phonebook Student Information on this page came from the Student Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of the Registrar Employee Information on this page came from the Human Resources Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of Human Resources About Marshall Future Students Current Students Alumni Faculty Staff University Communications Menu Home Contact For the News Media News Releases Current News Releases News Release Archive Subscribe MU Photos HerdVideo For the Marshall Community Licensing Graphic Design Printing Marshall Magazine Feedback Marshall Psychiatry adds first neuropsychologist Posted on October 22 2015 Contact Sheanna Spence Joan C Edwards School of Medicine 304 691 1639 The Marshall University Joan C Edwards School of Medicine and Marshall Health welcomed the school s first neuropsychologist to its clinical faculty this month Michelle C Hudson Psy D joined the department of psychiatry and behavioral health as an assistant professor Oct 16 She will assist in the evaluation and diagnosis of those with memory and dementia disorders head trauma stroke epilepsy and many other neurologic disorders Hudson earned her Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology both at Adler University in Chicago She also completed a neuropsychology fellowship at the University of Toledo Ohio Medical Center We are very fortunate to recruit Dr Michelle Hudson a fellowship trained neuropsychologist to Marshall said Suzanne Holroyd M D chair of psychiatry and behavioral medicine There is a huge unmet need for neuropsychology services throughout this region We look forward to her expertise in the care of our patients Hudson is accepting new referrals and patients at Marshall Psychiatry located in the 20th Street Professional Building 1115 20th Street Suite 205 Huntington For appointments please call 304 691 1500

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  • Marshall University | University Communications
    Posted on September 28 2015 Contact Susan Tams Director of Editorial Services 304 746 2038 The Special Collections Department and the Morrow Stacks in the James E Morrow Library on Marshall University s Huntington campus will be closed Tuesday Oct 6 Continue reading Take Back The Night rally to raise awareness of sexual domestic violence Posted on September 28 2015 Contact Dr Dawn Howerton assistant professor of psychology 304 696 2914 Marshall University s Women s Studies Student Association and Women s Center will join CONTACT of Huntington and Branches in a rally at 6 30 p m Wednesday Oct 7 on the Memorial Student Center Plaza to raise awareness of sexual and domestic violence Continue reading More than 95 employers expected to attend this fall s Career Expo Posted on September 28 2015 Contact Dave Wellman Director of Communications 304 696 7153 Marshall University Career Services will conduct its annual fall Career Expo from 1 to 4 p m Tuesday Oct 13 in the Memorial Student Center s Don Morris Room on the Huntington campus The expo is open to all Marshall students and alumni MU faculty too are encouraged to support the event not only by attending themselves to network but also by encouraging students to attend Continue reading Artist In Residence to join Marshall University jazz students faculty in concert Posted on September 28 2015 Contact Beth Caruthers College of Arts and Media 304 696 3296 Jazz composer arranger pianist and educator Earl MacDonald will perform with Marshall University School of Music and Theatre students and faculty with his own compositions and arrangements at 7 30 p m Wednesday Sept 30 in Smith Recital Hall on Marshall s Huntington campus Continue reading Brain Expo for elementary school students to take place Oct 2 Posted on September 25 2015 Contact Susan Tams Director of Editorial Services 304 746 2038 More than 400 elementary school children from around the tri state region will visit Marshall University from 9 a m to 2 p m Friday Oct 2 to learn about the brain and nervous system through activities and games Continue reading Events to focus on working inequality and the status of the American dream in the 21st Century Posted on September 24 2015 Contact Jennifer Sias FYS Coordinator and Professor Marshall University Communications Building room 136a 304 696 2522 The documentary Inequality for All will be presented at 7 p m Tuesday Sept 29 in room BE5 of Marshall University s Memorial Student Center on the Huntington campus The documentary focuses on former U S Labor Secretary Robert Reich s mission to raise awareness of the widening economic gap in the United States Continue reading School of Pharmacy students volunteer at SeniorFest Marshall Health clinical departments also scheduled to participate Posted on September 23 2015 Contact Leah C Payne Public Affairs Director Schools of Medicine and Pharmacy 304 691 1713 Students at the Marshall University School of Pharmacy along with several Marshall Health clinical departments are gearing up for

    Original URL path: https://www.marshall.edu/ucomm/latest-news/page/8/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Career Services Fall Etiquette Dinner is Wednesday, Oct. 28
    Employee Information on this page came from the Human Resources Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of Human Resources About Marshall Future Students Current Students Alumni Faculty Staff University Communications Menu Home Contact For the News Media News Releases Current News Releases News Release Archive Subscribe MU Photos HerdVideo For the Marshall Community Licensing Graphic Design Printing Marshall Magazine Feedback Career Services Fall Etiquette Dinner is Wednesday Oct 28 Posted on October 21 2015 Contact Dave Wellman Director of Communications 304 696 7153 Marshall University Career Services will have its bi annual Etiquette Dinner featuring etiquette consultant Terri Thompson Wednesday Oct 28 During the four course meal Thompson will offer business etiquette tips for handling dinner time interviews and networking events along with answering any questions students might have This is an important event for students said Debby Stoler assistant director for development and outreach at Career Services They leave with more confidence to handle those sometimes stressful social situations or interviews that include a formal meal All current Marshall students may attend However juniors and seniors and grad students are especially encouraged to attend The dinner begins at 6 30 p m in room BE5 located on the lower level of the Memorial Student Center Doors open at 6 p m Professional dress is required Tickets must be picked up in advance at the Career Services Center by Monday Oct 26 A 5 reservation fee is required but will be refunded at the dinner This fall s Etiquette Dinner is sponsored by a grant from Target Up to four representatives from the retailer will attend the dinner and interact with students as well as share information on Target Terri Thompson is an etiquette coach and reinvention expert who started the companies Etiquette in Action and

    Original URL path: https://www.marshall.edu/ucomm/2015/10/21/career-services-fall-etiquette-dinner-is-wednesday-oct-28/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Dean participates in ‘report card’ on Mississippi River
    University may designate their address information as being confidential and thus will not be listed in the Electronic Phonebook Student Information on this page came from the Student Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of the Registrar Employee Information on this page came from the Human Resources Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of Human Resources About Marshall Future Students Current Students Alumni Faculty Staff University Communications Menu Home Contact For the News Media News Releases Current News Releases News Release Archive Subscribe MU Photos HerdVideo For the Marshall Community Licensing Graphic Design Printing Marshall Magazine Feedback Dean participates in report card on Mississippi River Posted on October 21 2015 Contact Susan Tams Director of Editorial Services 304 746 2038 Dr Charles C Somerville dean of the College of Science at Marshall University participated in the America s Watershed Initiative that produced a report card on the Mississippi River which was released last week Somerville is a member of the initiative s steering committee as well as the subcommittee that produced the report card on the Mississippi Valley watershed including seven river basins that contribute to it Locally the Ohio River Basin received a C grade Somerville said Though a grade of C may not seem bad there are significant improvements we need to make particularly in transportation infrastructure and maintenance The group gave an overall grade of D to the watershed citing the need to improve information and management systems The grade covered the ecosystems flood control and risk reduction transportation economy and recreation The report pointed to the challenges ahead and the need for coordinated management Further information on the initiative is available online at http americaswatershed org Quick Links News and Announcements Logo Use Online Branding Standards and Resources

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  • Mississippi State provost named president
    Jerome A Jerry Gilbert the 37th president of Marshall University Gilbert will assume the presidency in January Earlier this month the Presidential Search Committee announced Gilbert as one of three finalists for the position following a national search All three candidates participated in open forums last week with students faculty staff and members of the community and the decision to hire Gilbert was made yesterday by the Board of Governors in executive session Gilbert s appointment and contract will require final approval from the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission What an honor it is to be asked to lead Marshall University said Gilbert I ve been so impressed by everything I ve learned and seen This is such a wonderful opportunity All the pieces are in place fantastic facilities and great academic programs We are in a position to be able to take Marshall University to another level of excellence and really advance as a major university It is difficult to express the overwhelming excitement that Leigh and I have in looking forward to being at Marshall and becoming part of the Huntington community I also want to express my sincere appreciation to the Board of Governors for the opportunity to serve Marshall Michael G Sellards chairman of the Board of Governors said This is an exciting new chapter for Marshall University and the board is thrilled to welcome Jerry and Leigh to our community and our university We have a world of opportunity ahead of us and our new president has the vision and experience to lead us there Today is a great day in the history of Marshall University President Mark E Keenum of Mississippi State University said Marshall University has made an extremely wise choice in selecting Dr Jerry Gilbert as their next president Dr Gilbert has been an extraordinarily effective executive vice president and provost at Mississippi State and I know he will take that same thoughtful deliberate and courageous leadership style to Marshall A Mississippi native with a background in biomedical engineering Gilbert has served since 2010 as provost and executive vice president of Mississippi State Prior to that he was the university s associate provost and associate vice president for academic affairs for six years Previous roles include head of the Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering and coordinator for the biomedical engineering graduate program in the Bagley College of Engineering Gilbert attained the rank of professor in 1993 after joining the Mississippi State faculty in 1988 as associate professor From 1989 2005 he also served as adjunct clinical assistant professor of orthopaedic surgery research for the University of Mississippi Medical Center Since 2005 he has been a research affiliate with the Institute of Neurocognitive Science and Technology at Mississippi State He was among the first class of Mississippi State s honors faculty in the Shackouls Honors College He held previous academic appointments at Duke University North Carolina State University and University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Medicine In 2014 Gilbert

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  • Doctoral student to participate in community discussion during Obama visit Wednesday
    this page came from the Student Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of the Registrar Employee Information on this page came from the Human Resources Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of Human Resources About Marshall Future Students Current Students Alumni Faculty Staff University Communications Menu Home Contact For the News Media News Releases Current News Releases News Release Archive Subscribe MU Photos HerdVideo For the Marshall Community Licensing Graphic Design Printing Marshall Magazine Feedback Doctoral student to participate in community discussion during Obama visit Wednesday Posted on October 20 2015 Contact Keith Beard Professor of Psychology 304 696 2781 Carrie Dean a student in Marshall University s Doctor of Psychology Psy D program has been invited to participate in the community discussion with President Barack Obama on Wednesday Oct 21 in Charleston Obama is coming to the state to discuss the prescription drug and heroin epidemic that has affected West Virginia and the country I think this is a great learning opportunity as a future psychologist Dean said I hope this meeting brings more awareness to the substance abuse problems that West Virginia residents face Likewise I hope we can work toward better resources for substance abuse and the mentally ill in West Virginia Substance abuse problems are a common issue that patients deal with when seeking mental health services said Dr Keith Beard director of the Psy D program Everyone can think of a person they know who has or is dealing with substance use problems Attending this forum is a great opportunity for one of our students The fact that Carrie has been selected helps to recognize how the Department of Psychology at Marshall and the doctoral program are working to educate future psychologists and the importance that these

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  • Coalfield Development and Center for Environmental, Geotechnical and Applied Sciences announce joint job training program
    Waste Operations and Emergency Response HAZWOPER asbestos abatement lead abatement and safety and health during three weeks of training Registrations for the October 2015 fall courses must be received by Tuesday Oct 20 and can be made online at http qejobtrainingwv eventbrite com The second offering of five courses will begin in January 2016 and will be taught over five consecutive weeks for an intensive immersion into the environmental field To be considered a graduate of the training program one must complete the required HAZWOPER training as well as two additional courses such as asbestos abatement and lead Renovation Repair and Painting RRP Graduates of the Quality Environmental Jobs Initiative will gain a working knowledge of job related environmental issues and the opportunity to earn professional certifications in a variety of environmental fields such as HAZWOPER asbestos abatement lead abatement mold remediation and meth lab clean up Additional services will include professional skills development life skills counseling and job placement services Importantly the program involves close collaboration with more than 12 private sector partners and multiple employers across the state This is a great opportunity for hard working West Virginians to gain valuable skill sets and credentials for the modern workforce that can lead to good paying jobs said CEGAS Director Dr Tony Szwilski Coalfield Director Brandon Dennison added These are jobs that help take liabilities such as environmentally damaged properties or vacant buildings and convert them into community assets It s exciting to be a part of this process Hands on training will take place primarily at a former brownfields site previously known as the Corbin Clothing Factory in Huntington which closed and became vacant in the 1990s Coalfield Development Corporation now owns the building which they redeveloped and rebranded as the West Edge Factory through a partnership with the Wayne County Economic Development Authority the City of Huntington and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection s Division of Land Restoration and its EPA Brownfield Assessment Grant The structure now contains a warehouse workshop office space and a large training facility where these courses will take place When coupled with our counseling and job placement services this program will truly provide an opportunity to change lives for the better Dennison said I highly encourage anybody looking to improve their skills to do important work for their community and find gainful employment to get in touch with us About Coalfield Development The Coalfield Development Corporation is a licensed general contractor that is involved in several types of construction in the community as well as deconstruction projects Coalfield s Quality Jobs initiative QJI is structured on a 33 6 3 model where crew members participate in QJI work for Coalfield doing hands on construction work for 33 hours a week Six hours a week are devoted to classes in which crew members attend a local community college for all general and major course classes Along with their coursework local community colleges partner with Coalfield by providing academic credit for certain

    Original URL path: https://www.marshall.edu/ucomm/2015/10/19/coalfield-development-and-center-for-environmental-geotechnical-and-applied-sciences-at-marshall-university-announce-joint-job-training-program/ (2015-11-11)
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  • Internationally recognized artist to speak at Visual Arts Center
    from the Student Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of the Registrar Employee Information on this page came from the Human Resources Database Requests for changes should be directed to the Office of Human Resources About Marshall Future Students Current Students Alumni Faculty Staff University Communications Menu Home Contact For the News Media News Releases Current News Releases News Release Archive Subscribe MU Photos HerdVideo For the Marshall Community Licensing Graphic Design Printing Marshall Magazine Feedback Internationally recognized artist to speak at Visual Arts Center Posted on October 19 2015 Contact Contact Beth Caruthers College of Arts and Media 304 696 3296 Internationally recognized multimedia artist Anila Quayyum Agha will lecture at 5 30 p m Wednesday Oct 28 in Room 209 at Marshall University s Visual Arts Center The Lahore Pakistan native s award winning creations have been the featured fall exhibit at the Visual Arts Center s Gallery at 927 Third Ave since August and will be up until Friday Oct 30 An artist reception is set for 4 30 to 6 30 p m Monday Oct 26 in the gallery Just last year Agha captured the imagination of both the public and art experts alike as the first person in ArtPrize history to take home both the 200 000 Public Vote Grand Prize and the 100 000 Juried Grand Prize Agha said her work routinely explores politics worldwide cultural multiplicity mass media and social and gender roles in our current cultural and global scenario Currently an associate professor of drawing at Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis Agha visits Marshall as a Joan C Edwards Distinguished Professor in the Arts The endowment was established in 1992 in an effort to enhance learning opportunities for students staff faculty and the community For

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