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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:
Calling All Grads to Celebrate at GradFest on May 10th
On May 10, grab your cap and gown and join your fellow Mountaineers on the Downtown area of campus where we'll have activities, giveaways, entertainment and some special guests throughout the day.
Eberly staff members receive 2023 Outstanding Staff Award
Miranda Heitz and Barb Reiprich have been named 2023 recipients of the Eberly College of Arts and Science Outstanding Staff Award.
Tu named 2022-23 Benedum Distinguished Scholar
Weichao Tu, associate professor of space physics, is among three WVU faculty members selected as 2022-23 Benedum Distinguished Scholars in recognition of the high caliber of their research and scholarly activity.
WVU researcher makes magnetic reconnection breakthrough, may help predict space weather
A West Virginia University postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Physics and Astronomy has made a breakthrough in the study of magnetic reconnection, which could prevent space storms from wreaking havoc on the Earth’s satellite and power grid systems.
West Virginia University Advances Collaborative Research as NSF Funds NANOGrav Physics Frontiers Center
Eberly College announces outstanding seniors, teaching assistants and Eberly Scholars
The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has recognized 64 outstanding seniors, graduate teaching assistants and graduating Eberly Scholars for their academic achievements in 2020-2021.
Uncovering secrets of the sun
WVU physicists are uncovering secrets of the sun’s turbulent surface in the lab.
WVU astrophysicist recognized as emerging leader in research
Astrophysicist Sarah Burke-Spolaor is among this year’s Sloan Fellows, scholars recognized as emerging leaders in science. She is one of 128 young faculty members from the U.S. and Canada to receive the competitive award.