In addition to its regular summer offerings, Washington Adventist University will offer two special summer programs in 2014. Both of these are designed to enhance student success and highlight the richness of Washington DC Metropolitan Area arts and humanities offerings. These programs are:(July 6-August 7, 2014) (July 21-August 8, 2014)
Prior to her WAU appointment, Marshall served as professor of the Department of Biology at Montgomery College Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus. She has also taught at Oakwood University in Huntsville, Alabama.
Marshall received her Ph.D.in Education from Morgan State University in Baltimore, Maryland. Her research interests include: attitudes toward science and achievement in science, informal science education and achievement in science among African American students. She has researched, published and lectured extensively on education, science and human anatomy and is the author of works such as "The Assessment of Virtual Reality for Human Anatomy Instruction" (1994) and the "Handbook of College Science Teaching" (2008).