W E E K L Y U P D A T E
Friday, April 23, 2010
Dr. Jeffrey Powell, a Professor in the Department of Phi-
losophy, has had three articles published this year. In the
Fall, “A Possible Death” was published in theory@buffalo,
the best known journal in comparative literature and liter-
ary criticism. This Spring, he published “The Abyss of
Repetition,” in Epoche: A Journal for the History of Phi-
losophy, and “Heidegger and the Communicative World,”
in Research in Phenomenology, both regarded as the best
English language journals in contemporary European phi-
Faculty Publications and Presentations: Dr. Jeffrey Powell
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News: MU Grad Wins Prestigious Fellowship
Marisa Rubio, a 2008 graduate of Marshall’s Department of Chemistry, has received a National
Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to study amyloid fibers in the Molecular Bio-
physics and Biochemistry Graduate Program at Yale University. More...
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Meet the Faculty: Dr. Lisa Heaton
Academic Affairs 2010
Resource: The Writing Center
Marshall University’s Writing Center offers services to both students and faculty. Faculty can
request that tutors make classroom presentations about various aspects of the writing proc-
ess, or to simply pitch their services to the students. For students, the Writing Center is a
resource designed to help them at every stage of their writing process, from brainstorming to
the finished product. Services are free and may be used for up to 3 hours per week. Online
tutoring is available for students taking distance learning courses or who are unable to be on
campus. Appointments can be made online.
Dr. Lisa Heaton is a Professor of Elementary and Secondary