Eberly News

Inspect to protect

Thanks to facility renovations, research innovations and in-class lessons, WVU's C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry has received the nation’s top undergraduate safety program award in chemistry – for a second time.

Eberly College announces 2020-2021 outstanding staff and faculty awards

The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has named recipients for its 2020-2021 awards for faculty and staff. In total, the Eberly College recognized 11 individuals across four categories for their talent, commitment and service to the College and WVU.

Meet the December 2020 Grads: Maryssa Beasley

Meet December 2020 grad Maryssa Beasley (PhD, Chemistry).

Experience, guidance and community

Thirteen first-year college students, including four enrolled in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, connected with WVU in July for a virtual summer camp to get a head start on their college experiences.

Eberly College announces 2019-2020 outstanding student awards

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

WVU offers all biology, chemistry and physics labs online this summer

WVU's Eberly College is ahead of many other universities across the country in offering all biology, chemistry and physics labs online this summer. This is the first time WVU has offered all basic labs online.

WVU’s Eberly College announces 2019-2020 Outstanding Faculty Awards

The Eberly College has named recipients for its 2019-2020 Outstanding Teacher, Researcher and Service awards.

Illuminating the future of renewable energy

A new chemical compound created by researchers at WVU is lighting the way for renewable energy. The compound is a photosensitizer, meaning it promotes chemical reactions in the presence of light. It has many potential applications for improving the efficiency of modern technologies ranging from electricity-producing solar panels to cell phones. The study, published March 16 in Nature Chemistry, was conducted by researchers in Assistant Professor of Chemistry Carsten Milsmann’s lab with support from his National Science Foundation CAREER Award.

Putting gloves into the right hands

WVU researchers donate protective gear to COVID-19 efforts

Straight to the source

WVU chemists lead the ‘charge’ with new molecular research tool