Native American Studies to host 24th annual Peace Tree Ceremony Oct. 6
The Native American Studies program at West Virginia University welcomes the public to its annual Peace Tree Ceremony on Thursday, Oct. 6, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
History, English to host annual Rush D. Holt lecture Sept. 29
The Department of History and Department of English at West Virginia University will host the annual Rush D. Holt lecture on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 7:30 p.m.
Alumnus donates joint gift to Eberly, B&E
Two-time West Virginia University graduate Mark Roth recently demonstrated how alumni of multiple colleges can blend their entire academic experience through their philanthropic goals.
Professor emeritus of geography endows scholarship for future students
'little green men' to premiere Sept. 29
No, it isn’t about aliens. While the title of the upcoming documentary “little green men” suggests an extra-terrestrial theme, it actually features life in our own backyard.
John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics to host open house event Sept. 16
The John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics will host its first-ever open house in WVU’s Wise Library on September 16, bringing together students, faculty, and staff from the School’s degree programs, as well as a special look at our political archives.
Continuing education courses available for social workers and other helping professionals
The West Virginia University School of Social Work announces the 2016 fall season of professional and community education programs for social workers, nurses, counselors, psychologists and addiction and prevention professionals who wish to earn continuing education credit.
English professor and author to attend France’s Festival America Sept. 8-11
Glenn Taylor, assistant professor of English at West Virginia University and National Book Critics Circle Award finalist will participate in Festival America 2016, a bi-annual literary event in France that showcases some of the finest English-language writers in the world.