Eberly News

WVU Eberly College announces 2018 Outstanding Staff Award recipients

The West Virginia University  Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has named four recipients of its 2018 Outstanding Staff Award: Andrea Bebell, Allen Burns, Selena Engebretson and Christopher Ramezan.

Emma Harrison

Student focused on prison education reform named WVU’s 23rd Truman Scholar

Emma Harrison, a  West Virginia University student who found her purpose through a college internship, has been awarded the Truman Scholarship, the country’s top award for students who aspire to careers in public service. 

The passion of politics

WVU alumni donate to Robert DiClerico Scholarship in Democratic Institutions and Public Leadership

Erika Kirby

Author, communication professor to give job talk April 18

Erika Kirby to speak on how communication in relationships helps or hurts work-life balance in second annual Seehra Lecture

Gregory Dudley

Microwave chemistry research heats up at WVU

Similar to how microwave ovens heat soup but not the bowl, researchers at West Virginia University are exploring the possibility of heating one solution component selectively over others in chemical reactions.   

Researchers call for more science in forensic science

As a critical component to the administration of justice, researchers are calling for more science in forensic science.  

Ryan Claycomb

WVU creating pathways to flexible humanities degrees, careers

As West Virginia seeks to re-imagine its future both economically and culturally, new skills beyond technical training will be necessary to generate innovative paths forward.  

Joseph Hodge

WVU Department of History receives American Historical Association grant to support career diversity initiative

West Virginia University is one of 20 institutions in the U.S. to receive a 2018 Career Diversity Implementation Grant from the American Historical Association (AHA) to support a career diversity initiative for graduate students in the Department of History.  

Brent McCusker

WVU geographer helps prepare for internal climate migration through new World Bank report

Internal climate migrants are rapidly becoming the human face of climate change, according to a new report from World Bank

Schuman Challenge Winners

WVU students win 2018 Schuman Challenge in Washington, D.C.

Student representatives from West Virginia University have won the European External Action Service’s 2018 Schuman Challenge, the second edition of a foreign policy contest for undergraduate students held in Washington, D.C.