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Psychologist offers five tips for managing socio-political stress

If you’re reeling from the news and the political strife in our country, you’re not alone. You may benefit from some coping methods suggested by the Department of Psychology in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University. Shari Steinman, assistant professor of clinical psychology who researches anxiety disorders, and two graduate students, Gabby Ponzini and Kelsey Evey, created five simple tips:

Meet the December 2020 Grads: Nathan Weston

Meet December 2020 grad Nathan Weston (BS, Forensic and Investigative Science).

Meet the December 2020 Grads: Maryssa Beasley

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

Jordan Pugh and friends

2020-2021 Eberly Scholars: Jordan Pugh

Meet English major Jordan Pugh.

Adam Craig

2020-2021 Eberly Scholars: Adam Craig

Meet international studies major Adam Craig

Adia Kolb abroad

2020-2021 Eberly Scholars: Adia Kolb

Meet sociology and women's and gender studies major Adia Kolb.

Jaxon Miller

2020-2021 Eberly Scholars: Jaxon Miller

Meet history and Russian studies major Jaxon Miller.

Amelia Jones

2020-2021 Eberly Scholars: Amelia Jones

Meet English student Amelia Jones.

Tristan Sanders

2020-2021 Eberly Scholars: Tristan Sanders

In association with the ongoing generosity of the Eberly family, the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences Advisory Board established the Eberly Scholars program in 1988. Each year, up to 25 students majoring in the arts and sciences are designated as Eberly Scholars. They are provided with scholarship support in recognition of their outstanding academic achievement. This award is the Eberly College’s most prestigious scholarship honor for undergraduate students.  Meet all of this year's Eberly Scholars.

Unlocking the history of life on Earth

Growing up as a loyal fan of “Jurassic Park” in a family of nature lovers, graduate student Sam Ocon always knew she wanted to be a paleontologist.