Eberly College and Center for Resilient Communities will Foster Collaboration and Strengthen Community-engaged Research Efforts
The West Virginia
University Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has expanded the role of its
Center for Resilient Communities to support college-wide efforts that foster
community-engaged research with undergraduate students, graduate students and
WVU researchers envision police as community partners, not adversaries
West Virginia University sociologists James Nolan and Henry Brownstein hope to shift the primary focus of policing from law enforcement activities, such as making arrests and seizing large quantities of guns and drugs, to helping residents create the conditions in their communities where crime and violence are less likely to thrive.
School of Social Work Now Accepting Applications for New PhD Program
The School of Social Work in the West Virginia University Eberly College of Arts and Sciences is accepting applications for the inaugural class of its PhD program.