Eberly News

WVU psychologist shares quick relief for parents struggling with child behavior during COVID-19 pandemic

Nonstop family time during the COVID-19 pandemic has magnified challenges for parents caring for young children around the clock. Using research-backed therapies that she helped pioneer, a psychology professor has quick relief strategies for parents struggling with child misbehavior during the lockdown.

Two Eberly College students awarded Boren Scholarship

Two Eberly College students will work for solutions to world problems and provide education opportunities to refugees as Boren Scholars in Oman and Jordan— two countries identified as critical to U.S. interests.

Eberly College announces first three Woodburn Fellows

The Eberly College Dean’s Office has announced the first cohort of Woodburn Fellowship recipients, whose two-year terms start in August 2020.

Collectively celebrating the Class of 2020

On Saturday, May 2020 graduates and their loved ones gathered for virtual Mountaineer Graduation Day. Earlier in April, more than 200 employees and friends of the Eberly College donated to The Rack, to both honor the Class of 2020 and address food insecurity. What links these two events? The power of collective action and resilience despite physical distance.

Celebrating the life and legacy of Carolyn Eberly Blaney

Carolyn Eberly Blaney, an outstanding alumna of the Eberly College and WVU who carried on a longstanding family tradition of philanthropy that inspired the naming of our College, passed away May 8 at the age of 96.

WVU Humanities Center announces 2020-2021 grant and fellowship recipients

The WVU Humanities Center announces the recipients of its third annual grants and fellowships competition funded by a WVU endowment from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation. Ten Eberly College faculty received fellowships and grants for 2020-2021.

Eberly College announces 2019-2020 outstanding student awards

Congratulations to our outstanding seniors and graduate assistants for 2019-2020!

Renee Nicholson

WVU Humanities Center welcomes Nicholson as new director

Renée Nicholson, an expert in narrative medicine, has been named the new director of the WVU Humanities Center. She replaces Rhonda Reymond, who has served as interim director since August 2019 and who will return to her role as associate director of the Humanities Center. Nicholson assumes this administrative assignment on July 1 and will maintain her coordinator position in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.