Eberly News

Video games offer active military and veterans coping mechanism for stress

Growing up in a military family, Jaime Banks is accustomed to the transient yet structured life of military service.  

Rose Casey

WVU Eberly faculty awarded West Virginia Humanities Council fellowships

Six faculty members within the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University have been awarded fellowships from the West Virginia Humanities Council. This year’s recipients are Rose Casey, Catherine Gouge, Matthew Jacobsmeier, Jamie Shinn, Michele Stephens and Jesse Wozniak. 

Ashley Fox

Shape your destiny: Ashley Fox

International studies and political science alumna Ashley Fox’s education has prepared her for her role as digital media coordinator at Brookings Institution where she is responsible for curating and managing content for Brookings Institution’s digital media channels. Here she shares what she’s been up to since earning her degree in 2013.

Communication studies students promote law enforcement motor vehicle safety

With motor vehicle incidents as a leading cause of on-the-job police officer deaths, communication studies students at West Virginia University put their skills to work to develop and test motor vehicle safety messages with law enforcement officers across the nation.  

The “H” word: fighting negative language stereotypes in Appalachia

WVU linguistics expert Kirk Hazen advises filmmakers on stigma surrounding Appalachian dialects

Deana Morrow

WVU Eberly College announces new School of Social Work director

Deana Morrow named new director of WVU School of Social Work

Making health care more human

WVU launches medical humanities and health studies minor

WVU researchers help detect gravitational waves for the third time; confirm new population of black holes

West Virginia University researchers were part of a team that detected gravitational waves for the third time since 2015, once again confirming Albert Einstein's Theory of General Relativity.