Eberly News

Eberly College announces 2019-2020 outstanding student awards

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

Planting seeds for a safe and healthy society

A new WVU research collaborative is working to address the many challenging conditions facing the state and Appalachia. In the Eberly College's Interdisciplinary Research Collaborative for a Safe and Healthy Society, researchers from a wide range of disciplines are working together with partners across campus to seek solutions to these pressing issues.

A rapid research response to COVID-19’s effect on communities

With the COVID-19 pandemic upending life as we know it, Eberly College researchers are taking quick action to study how people from Appalachia to Europe are responding to the pressure this crisis has placed on their communities.

Weaving social justice into graduate studies

A group of students, studying everything from criminology to creative writing, are working together to make a difference and find purpose in their careers.

WVU study reveals falsification issues in higher education hiring processes

When concerns are expressed about distrust in science, they often focus on whether the public trusts research findings. 

WVU provost announces strategic leadership roles to better serve faculty and students

As new  West Virginia University Provost  Maryanne Reed steps into her role this week, she has announced several appointments in the  Office of the Provost that speak to her commitment to establishing a dynamic leadership team that proactively addresses critical institutional needs. 

WVU student first to study abroad in Slovakia

From Morgantown to Bratislava, one pioneering Mountaineer is making memories as the first West Virginia University student to study abroad in Slovakia. 

Hannah Coffey

WVU Libraries names two Munn Scholars

West Virginia University Libraries’ Teaching and Learning Committee has selected Hannah Coffey and Kelsey R. Eackles as 2019 Robert F. Munn Undergraduate Library scholars. 

Melissa Latimer

Latimer named recipient of 2019 Bucklew Social Justice Award

Melissa Latimer , professor of sociology and director of the WVU ADVANCE Center, has been awarded West Virginia University’s 2018 Neil S. Bucklew Social Justice Award. As director of the WVU ADVANCE Center, Latimer works to develop an institutional culture committed to diversity and equality in employee recruitment, development, retention and promotion to leadership. 

Thirty Eberly College students selected for Summer Undergraduate Research Experience

Through West Virginia University’sOffice of Undergraduate Research, students can participate in research as early as their first semester on campus. Every semester, many Eberly College students take advantage of the resources provided by this office to match with faculty conducting research in their disciplines. The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience is an eight-week summer undergraduate research experience for students interested in careers in research or graduate school
within their disciplines. The selected students receive a stipend and conduct research full-time during those eight weeks. Congratulations to the 30 Eberly College students participating in SURE for 2019!