Wednesday, September 30, 2020

WVU agent provides finance tips to help during outbreak

"In this time of social distancing, it can be tempting to follow the crowd and make decisions such as panic shopping."
Service workers and those who have been unexpectedly laid off may not have the savings they need in a time like this, says a...

Shepherd offers free online Lifelong Learning courses

McMurran Hall at Shepherd University fronts East German Street in historic Shepherdstown, West Virginia.
Shepherd University, at Shepherdstown, West Virginia, is offering an opportunity for the public to engage free-of-charge in its Lifelong Learning program through a series...

WVU expert offers advice on children’s virus anxieties

Professor Christine Schimmel recommends parents be open with their children about current events.
Transparent communication between caregivers and their children is key in mitigating children’s anxiety about the pandemic, says a school counseling expert at West Virginia...

Structure, communications key to covid-19 homeschooling

Set expectations and hold you kid accountable. Make sure your child knows that their job during this crisis is to do their schoolwork.
Schools across West Virginia will remain closed for at least the next two weeks, forcing students to continue learning and completing coursework from home....

WVU: Compassion may ease anxieties related to coronavirus

Switching to compassion mode may be one way to manage COVID-19 anxiety.
Practicing social distancing is one way to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, but practicing emotional closeness may help alleviate the anxiety that...

WVU: Question biases, use local news for COVID-19 info

Professors are advising social media users to question their biases and turn to local media for COVID-19 information.
As more people turn to social media and other online sources for updates on the COVID-19 outbreak, determining which sources are reliable becomes increasingly...

WVU Dean advising travel precaution in face of COVID-19

WVU Dean of Health Sciences Clay Marsh, MD, is advising to take travel precautions.
Though there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in West Virginia, Dr. Clay Marsh of West Virginia University is advising Mountaineers to employ precautions...

WVU suspends in-person classes after spring break, moves online

There are no reported cases of COVID-19 at WVU, but officials are concerned about the return to campus after travel.
West Virginia University will temporarily suspend in-person classes the week following spring break then offer online class instruction or other alternative learning options beginning...

W.Va. State U. mourns gifted alumni Katherine Johnson

Katherine Johnson and her family attended the dedication of a statue raised in her honor at West Virginia State University.
Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient, pioneering NASA mathematician, and West Virginia State University alumna Katherine Johnson passed away today at age 101, according to...

After 125 years, Justice signs bill founding Bluefield State

Governor Jim Justice today signed a bill that established Bluefield State College.
One hundred and twenty-five years after the bill that established Bluefield State College was penned, Governor Jim Justice today signed the legislation during an...

PRT track at WVU closes after Morgantown rockslide

A maintenance worker inspects a wrecked PRT at West Virginia University.
A rockslide that blocked Monongahela Boulevard and the public rapid transit track in Morgantown, West Virginia, today sent two West Virginia University students to...

Wildlife management major coming to Glenville State

A wildlife biologist surveys a glade in West Virginia.
The Glenville State College Department of Land Resources will offer a Wildlife Management major within their Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management Program...

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