Jackson named Fellow of American Academy of Forensic Sciences
WVU launches new Master of Legal Studies curriculum
To meet the changing needs of professionals working with evolving policy and regulatory issues in the justice system, homeland security and healthcare, the West Virginia University Department of Public Administration has launched a new 30 credit hour Master of Legal Studies (MLS) curriculum for fall 2018.
WVU researcher illuminating gender dynamics in 2018 election
Recent social movements, such as the women’s march and #MeToo, have brought gender to the forefront of public discussion.
Di Bartolomeo named a 2018-2019 American Council on Education Fellow
School of Social Work jumps to top 100 in latest U.S. News graduate rankings
WVU geography alumnus receives national Outstanding Scientist Award
West Virginia University alumnus Jothiganesh Shanmugasundaram received an Outstanding Scientist Award during the National Conference on Climate Resilience for Sustainable Livelihood in Annamalai Nagar, Tamil Nadu, India on Wednesday, Feb. 28.
Scientists use ancient trees and climate models to understand past and future drought in Mongolia
Ancient trees in Mongolia dating back more than 2,000 years are helping place current and future climate change in context, according to a new West Virginia University-led study.
WVU Department of History to host 54th annual Callahan Lecture March 22
Going the distance: WVU students travel to Galapagos Islands for Model UN competition
WVU students travel to Galapagos Islands for Model United Nations conference
Cassak named 2017-2018 Benedum Distinguished Scholar in Physical Sciences and Technology
Paul Cassak, associate professor of Physics and Astronomy in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has been named West Virginia University’s 2017-2018 Benedum Distinguished Scholar in Physical Sciences and Technology. This designation is intended to recognize and reward WVU faculty who exemplify distinction in research, scholarship or creative activity.