Eberly News

Seven students to visit WVU for summer psychology research program

College students from across the U.S. will visit West Virginia University this summer for their first research experiences.

2019 NSF Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows

Two Eberly College students awarded prestigious NSF summer research fellowships

Four West Virginia University students will spend their summer researching thermodynamic models, new material for aircraft under impact, glass in crime scene evidence and the dynamics of how proteins change. 

Deana Morrow

WVU social workers support opioid recovery through new trainings

Researchers at West Virginia University are fighting West Virginia’s opioid epidemic with new professional development opportunities for social workers.  

WVU student first to study abroad in Slovakia

From Morgantown to Bratislava, one pioneering Mountaineer is making memories as the first West Virginia University student to study abroad in Slovakia. 

WVU receives $8.2 million software gift from LMKR for energy geology coursework and research

LMKR, an international petroleum technology company, has partnered with West Virginia University to expand student and faculty access to industry-leading software.   

Psychology students receive student activism awards

The Council for Women’s Concerns has announced the inaugural awardees for its new student activism awards. Congratulations to Sidney Anderson, Alexis Lohman, Hannah Belt and Dalton Benedict. 

Four Eberly College students named Gilman Scholars

Six West Virginia University students will study or intern abroad this summer as Gilman Scholars.

WVU psychologists receive NIH award to seek cures for chronic traumatic brain injuries

With more than 2.8 million occurring annually, traumatic brain injuries are one of the most pressing challenges facing the medical community. 

Pamela Nestor

Meet the Grads: Pamela Nestor

Meet the Grads: Pamela Nestor 

Hannah Coffey

WVU Libraries names two Munn Scholars

West Virginia University Libraries’ Teaching and Learning Committee has selected Hannah Coffey and Kelsey R. Eackles as 2019 Robert F. Munn Undergraduate Library scholars.