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posted on 04.23.2009
The WVU Board of Governors has approved construction of a park at the corner of University Avenue and Van Voorhis Road in the green space adjacent to the new Erickson Alumni Center. The naming of the
posted on 04.15.2009
J. Michael Ruppert, M.D., Ph.D., has been installed as the first Jo and Ben Statler Eminent Scholar and Chair in Breast Cancer Research at West Virginia’s Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center. The chair
posted on 03.23.2009
"Your Passion - Your University - Your Gift" is the theme of the WVU Foundation's annual Campus Campaign now underway through May 8. During the Campaign, WVU faculty and staff have an opportunity to
posted on 03.16.2009
WVU's Festival of Ideas lecture series, which brings prominent speakers to campus each year, has been renamed in honor of WVU President Emeritus David C. Hardesty Jr. WVU officials wanted to create a
posted on 03.06.2009
James P.
posted on 02.25.2009
An educator who has helped keep West Virginia University on the cutting edge and a national leader in the field of forensic and investigative science was honored Thursday (Feb.
posted on 02.16.2009
WVU has received a $250,000 donation from Verizon West Virginia to support scientific research. The communications leader made the donation as part of the Research Trust Fund (RTF) endowment
posted on 02.05.2009
The WVU P.I. Reed School of Journalism has announced the establishment of one of the country's first endowed professorships in public relations, as well as an endowed scholarship. The Widmeyer
posted on 01.13.2009
The construction industry is an important part of West Virginia's economy, employing more than 51,000 workers, but it sometimes comes with a high price tag.
posted on 01.02.2009
West Virginia University alumna Doris Jean Keller started her 4-H experience as a 10-year-old growing up in Burlington, but her dedication to the program as a member, leader, volunteer and supporter