Eberly News

If trees could talk

Log cabins in West Virginia’s Appalachian Mountains have a story to tell: when people leave, the forest takes over.

Pat Moline

Pat Moline joins Eberly College as assistant dean for development

The Eberly College has hired a fundraiser with more than 25 years’ experience to lead its development efforts.

In a nearby galaxy, a fast radio burst unravels more questions than answers

For more than a decade, astronomers across the globe have wrestled with the perplexities of fast radio bursts — intense, unexplained cosmic flashes of energy, light years away, that pop for mere milliseconds. 

Gaps in the Iron Curtain

History alumnus Luke Gramith (PhD History, ’19) is the recipient of the nation’s top award for his dissertation research in Italian history.

2019 Year In Review

As we look back on the past year, we’re reflecting on the triumphs of our students, faculty, staff and alumni. Here's our top stories from 2019.

Meet the Grads December 2019: Kassie Colón

Eberly College students walked across the stage on Saturday, Dec. 21 as they graduate from WVU, ready to take on the world. As Commencement is upon us, several of our Eberly College graduates reflect on their time at WVU and their plans for the future. Meet geography, Latin American studies and women's and gender studies grad Kassie Colón.

Meet the Grads December 2019: Antonio Jenkins

Meet the December 2019 Grads: Antonio Jenkins

Meet the Grads December 2019: Marlee Dinterman

Meet December 2019 graduate Marlee Dinterman

Dylan Vest in a red button-up shirt

WVU Eberly College student awarded prestigious State Department fellowship

At West Virginia University, where students are encouraged to “Go First,” Dylan Vest has taken that mantra to heart. He was the first in his family to go to college, to travel abroad and even get on a plane. Now he’s one step closer to his dream of becoming a Foreign Service Officer by becoming the first WVU student to receive the highly competitive Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Fellowship from the U.S. State Department. 

Beyond borders

Geographers link formation of international laws to refugee crisis