Eberly News

Chinese Studies Program Offers Area High School Students Free Language Training and Global Learning Opportunities

The Chinese Studies program in the Eberly College’s Department of World Languages, Literatures and Linguistics has teamed up with the West Virginia Department of Education to offer high school students an opportunity to learn Mandarin while they become better global citizens.

Eberly Welcomes Three Assistant Deans to its Leadership Team

The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences welcomes three assistant deans to its leadership team to help enhance College-wide efforts to support students as they pursue meaningful careers and post-graduate education.

Gwen Bergner named West Virginia University’s Second Harriet E. Lyon Professor

Bergner will serve a 2-3 -year appointment as Lyon Professor, during which she will teach and conduct research as part of the Center for Women's and Gender Studies.

Second annual Eberly Roundtable to explore ‘Labor in Appalachia’

The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences invites the WVU community to its second annual Eberly Roundtable on “Labor in Appalachia” Sept. 29-30 at the Mountainlair or via Zoom.

Native American Studies Program to host 30th Anniversary Peace Tree Ceremony with Guest of Honor Marie Watt

The West Virginia University Native American Studies Program will hold its annual Peace Tree Ceremony Wednesday, September 21 at 12 p.m. at the WVU Peace Tree located between Martin and Elizabeth Moore Halls. The ceremony is free and the public is invited to attend.

WVU awarded IDEAS grant to help more underserved students study abroad

West Virginia University is receiving the IDEAS grant to provide opportunities for underserved students to travel abroad. Two faculty-led, short-term study abroad trips in Jamaica and Wales (shown here) are planned for first-generation and RISE students.

Estep named director of Honors EXCEL Program

Clarissa Estep, teaching professor of political science and director of the International Studies Program, has been named director of the Honors College Experiential and Community Engaged Learning Program.