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Learning to lead: 10 years of Leadership Studies at WVU

Over the last decade, the Leadership Studies Program at West Virginia University has grown from having six graduates in 2006, to approximately 60 graduates in 2016.


This semester, students, faculty and staff in the Leadership Studies program are celebrating the program’s 10th anniversary as well as what it means to be a leader.

WVU Eberly College announces 2017 Outstanding Staff Award recipients

The WVU Eberly College has named four recipients of its 2017 Outstanding Staff Award:  Crystin “Crys” Povenski, Vicki Snively, Hope Stewart and Robin Swaney. 

Clare Beams

Department of English to host reading

The Department of English will host a reading by author Clare Beams on Monday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Robinson Reading Room of the Downtown Campus Library. 

Bonnie Brown

Brown named WVU Eberly Outstanding Public Service recipient

Bonnie Brown, instructor and Native American studies program coordinator, has been named the 2017 Eberly Outstanding Public Service Award recipient. 

#WVU150: Celebrating Eberly alumni

The Eberly College awards 2,000 degrees every year, bringing our alumni population to an impressive 60,000+ professionals making a difference in the Mountain State, across the country and beyond. 

#WVU150: Eberly Research by the Numbers

  • The Eberly College annually produces $12 million in externally funded research.
  • Eberly College research awards have increased by 51 percent since 2011.
  • In 2016, the Eberly College published 694 journal articles and book chapters and 11 books and monographs. 

WVU to celebrate Einstein during month-long event

Over 100 years ago, Einstein predicted gravitational waves, ripples in the fabric of space and time caused by energetic processes in the universe. Just last year, two professors at West Virginia University helped discover gravitational waves and verify Einstein’s theory.

Karen Cardozo

Author, women’s studies professor to give job market talk March 23

Karen Cardozo speaks on the job market and the decision-making process for female graduate students and researchers.

#WVU150: At the heart of education

Arts and sciences disciplines date back to West Virginia University’s 1867 founding. The first faculty taught mental and moral science, ancient languages, English literature, mathematics and military tactics, and philosophy and natural science, the curriculum that (except for military science) composed the College of Arts and Sciences when it was established in 1895. 

Nathaniel Wood

Department of History to host Callahan Lecture March 27

The Department of History at West Virginia University will feature historian Nathaniel Wood  as its 2017 Callahan Lecture speaker.