New book from Rice and WVU sociologists examines what religious Americans think about science
What do religious Americans really think about science?
6 epic classes in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences
Here are some courses sparking interest this fall
WVU Eberly faculty awarded West Virginia Humanities Council fellowships
Six faculty members within the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University have been awarded fellowships from the West Virginia Humanities Council. This year’s recipients are Rose Casey, Catherine Gouge, Matthew Jacobsmeier, Jamie Shinn, Michele Stephens and Jesse Wozniak.
Brigading for better health
While some students returned home for spring break or took much-needed vacations, others traveled the world to study abroad.
WVU Eberly College announces 2016-17 Outstanding Teacher Award recipients
The Eberly College of Arts and Sciences has named three recipients of the 2016-17 Outstanding Teaching Award: Daniel Brewster, Kristina Hash and Alex Snow.
Shape your destiny: Richie Rosencrance
When our students aren’t in the classroom, they’re learning in the real world. Because sometimes it’s these experiences that make the best lessons. For May 2015 graduate Richie Rosencrance, that meant participating in an archaeological field school in Oregon, excavating a Paleoindian site. That experience led him to his current work as a cultural resource technician at the Great Basin Institute in Reno, Nev.
Are science and religion at odds? WVU sociologist says the answer is not so simple
Society has long assumed that science and religion are at odds. But research by West Virginia University sociologist Christopher Scheitle demonstrates that the assumption is not so simple—or accurate.