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Eberly student one of two WVU students awarded Critical Language Scholarship
Two West Virginia University students passionate about learning a new language and immersing themselves in cultural experiences will travel abroad this summer as recipients of the highly competitive U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship.
English Language Learning Institute to host Fulbright Scholarship grantees for six weeks during Summer 2023
The English Language Learning Institute (ELLI) in Eberly’s Department of World Languages, Literatures and Linguistics will host approximately 40 Fulbright Scholarship grantees on WVU’s campus for six weeks during Summer 2023.
Eberly student selected as 26th WVU Truman Scholar
Azeem Khan, a West Virginia University student committed to public service, has been named the University’s 26th Truman Scholar, the nation’s top graduate fellowship award for aspiring public service leaders.
Eberly chemist makes insect wing discovery that could advance technology
The key to insect success may be their wings. That’s what West Virginia University researcher Terry Gullion, professor of chemistry in the WVU Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, has learned by studying the chemical composition of insect wings — something that has not been examined in detail until now.
WVU recognizes three Eberly faculty members with 2023 Foundation Outstanding Teaching Awards
Each spring, West Virginia University recognizes faculty members for their exceptional and innovative teaching. This year, every faculty member selected for the 2023 WVU Foundation Awards for Outstanding Teaching is from Eberly College:
WVU researchers using virtual reality gaming to address behavioral health care workforce shortage
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - Virtual reality games are a good form of entertainment and relaxation, but for this team of West Virginia University School of Social Work researchers, virtual reality gamification is being used as a launchpad to careers in behavioral health.
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.
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.