Eberly News

Biology student wins National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

As people across the eastern United States prepare to deal with the emergence of millions of cicadas, West Virginia University student Noah Spencer plans to give these insects a closer look, researching how certain types of cicadas interact with their own unusual microbial partners.

Reminiscing with confidence

Sounds like crickets chirping and the taste of warm buckwheat pancakes can spark the senses of people with dementia — a fact faculty and students at West Virginia University used to develop a way for those people to experience parts of their cultural past and to relieve stress for their caregivers.

Eberly College announces outstanding seniors, teaching assistants and Eberly Scholars

The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has recognized 64 outstanding seniors, graduate teaching assistants and graduating Eberly Scholars for their academic achievements in 2020-2021.

May 2021 Meet the Grads: Camryn Pressley

Meet May 2021 international studies and Spanish grad Camryn Pressley.

Meet the May 2021 Grads: Kat Ramirez

Meet May 2021 forensic and investigative science grad Kat Ramirez.

May 2021 Meet the Grads: Tre Tarantini

Meet May 2021 philosophy grad Tre Tarantini.

Meet the May 2021 Grads: Julia Wolf

Meet WVU's first sociology PhD grad, Julia Wolf.

Meet the May 2021 Grads: Deionte Harilla-Gray

Meet May 2021 biology grad Deionte Harilla-Gray.

Mapping the past, present and future of West Virginia

New geography research is transforming understanding of the Mountain State’s famous landscape – and identifying ways to preserve it.

Uncovering secrets of the sun

WVU physicists are uncovering secrets of the sun’s turbulent surface in the lab.