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WVU announces $40M partnership to expand economics education

The $40 million partnership with the Kendricks complements broader efforts to make WVU a purpose-driven leader in higher education.
A leadership gift to West Virginia University from longtime supporters Ken and Randy Kendrick will allow the John Chambers College of Business and Economics...

Bethany College invites students to reflect on 400 years of slavery

Old Main at Bethany University is among the most notable examples of Collegiate Gothic Architecture in the U.S.
August 25 marks 400 years since slavery arrived in what would become the United States, and on Sunday the students of Bethany College Freshmen...

Traffic to increase as new semester starts at WVU Tech in...

Morning dawns on the West Virginia University Tech Campus in Beckley, West Virginia
As students and employees return to West Virginia University Tech's new campus in Beckley, West Virginia, school administrators are alerting the community to increased...

Alderson Broaddus U. welcomes 13 new faculty members

Autumn arrives on the campus at Alderson Broaddus University at Philippi, West Virginia.
Alderson Broaddus University this week welcomed 13 new faculty members to its scenic campus overlooking the Tygart Valley River at Philippi, West Virginia. The private,...

WVU researchers use historic log structures to map migration

A researcher prepares to collect tree-ring samples from The Pitsenbarger Barn in Pendleton County.
Log cabins in the Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia have a story to tell: when people leave, the forest takes over. Researchers at West Virginia...

PRT system in Morgantown to resume operations Thursday

Students ride the PRT at West Virginia University between the Downtown and Evansdale campuses at Morgantown, West Virginia.
In anticipation of students’ arrival on campus, the West Virginia University Personal Rapid Transit (PRT) system in Morgantown, West Virginia, will resume operations Thursday, Aug. 15,...

WVU mycologists receive National Geographic grant to study millipedes

WVU professor Matt Kasson and graduate student Angie Macias work on millipede research in their lab.
Millipedes represent some of the earliest known terrestrial animals and are highly understudied, but two West Virginia University researchers are working to shine a light on...


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