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WVU's Core Arboretum is a 91-acre plot of land located along Monongahela Boulevard beside the WVU Coliseum (across from WVU’s Evansdale campus). The Arboretum contains three miles of walking trails that wind through old-growth forests, open lawns, hillsides and bottomlands. The Arboretum is managed by the WVU Department of Biology and is regularly used for faculty and student research. The Arboretum is open to visitors at any time and hosts seasonal public events. It is available for group use upon request.
The Art Museum at WVU is located beside the Creative Arts Center on WVU’s Evansdale campus. The Museum includes 5,400 square feet of gallery space devoted to its permanent collection, a collection research and study room, a collection storage area and a 25-seat technology classroom. The state-of-the-art facility is built to all temperature, humidity and light level codes required for art display and preservation. The Art Museum offers a host of resources including a teacher institute for middle and high school art, English, and social studies teachers, by-appointment collection studies and digital reproduction rights (stipulations apply). The Art Museum is also connected to the Museum Education Center. The MEC is largely devoted to office space, but its Grand Hall can be rented for lectures and performances and more rental space is slated to be available in the future.
Adventure WV offers a series of student-focused adventure education programs to help ease the adjustment to college, enhance career success, and support general student well-being. Adventure WV coordinates orientation experiences, outdoor education center experiences, international trips and recreation gear rentals. Much of their programming includes a credit-earning educational or service component, providing an opportunity for collaboration regarding broader impacts or education portions of grants. Adventure WV has also been included on NSF REU grants awarded to WVU.
WVU ADVANCE is an NSF-funded initiative committed to improving the recruitment, retention and advancement of women in STEM at WVU. Originally a partnership between the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences and the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, WVU ADVANCE has expanded to provide the entire University community with a supportive environment that promotes success for women faculty in STEM disciplines. WVU ADVANCE has a variety of resources departmental use and well as personal use.
The WVU Center for Excellence in STEM Education is directed by Gay Stewart, Eberly professor of STEM Education. The center connects STEM faculty across departments and colleges to facilitate education-focused projects in areas such as STEM teacher preparation, robotics and environmental research. These partnerships allow faculty to connect with individuals or groups pursuing similar projects and to take advantage of resources outside of their own department or college. WVUCE-STEM also supports grant-funded projects, including the current WVUteach partnership between the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education and Human Resources.
The WVU Health Sciences Innovation Center is a recent addition to the University research community (launched in April 2016). The center provides biomedical laboratory space for faculty, staff, students and business professionals to launch start-up commercial projects in the life sciences. Located within the Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Center on the Health Sciences Campus, the center currently hosts two start-up companies: CereDx, which will market a finger-prick blood test that detects strokes, and Modulation Theraputics, which is developing drugs to target metastasis-causing cancer tumors. As the center grows, more start-up companies will be developed.
SciENcv (Science Experts Network Curriculum Vitae) is an online researcher profile
system used to consolidate researchers’ professional information for use in federal
funding applications. SciENcv pulls data from other systems and acts as a personal
repository, allowing users to edit and consolidate their professional and academic
information. Researchers can then create biosketches that can be included with
any application package, rather than having to re-enter their information each
time they apply for an award.
ResearchGate is a social networking platform that allows academic, corporate and individual researchers to share publications, interact and collaborate with other scholars, view citations and other statistics, and more. ResearchGate accounts are free, and the interface functions much like other professional social networking sites. In addition to being a collaboration tool, ResearchGate can help increase your scholarly visibility.
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