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posted on 04.29.2008
Two supporters of the WVU Foundation's Campus Campaign say it's important for University workers to give to the annual fund drive which runs through the end of the month. John Hendricks and Joe
posted on 01.15.2008
A new scholarship honoring West Virginia University President Mike Garrison will benefit students from his high school in Marion County. The merit-based scholarship - endowed by Eddie and Betty
posted on 12.06.2007
The dust has finally settled, and the Mountaineers are off to Arizona to face the powerful Oklahoma Sooners in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl Jan. 2. The WVU Alumni Association, in conjunction with
posted on 11.19.2007
California businessman, company donate $5.5 million to WVU, forensic program West Virginia University and its Forensic and Investigative Science program will benefit from gifts and in-kind donations
posted on 11.12.2007
The West Virginia University Foundation has announced the hiring of three new senior administrative team members. They are Patricia Robertson, chief financial officer and vice president, finance;
posted on 11.02.2007
The West Virginia University Foundation has announced that the Pride Travel Fund received over $80,000 from 654 donors.
posted on 10.26.2007
A $25 million gift to West Virginia University, announced Wednesday, will fund breast cancer care and other health programs, along with programs at the WVU College of Engineering and Mineral
posted on 09.13.2007
At 7-foot tall, Gideon Mabeny strikes an imposing figure.
posted on 08.09.2007
The West Virginia University Foundation today (Oct. 14) announced that the Band Aid Drive has received $440,000 from some 1,800 donors.
posted on 08.09.2007
In an effort to defer the increasing cost of travel for the West Virginia University Mountaineer Marching Band, the WVU Foundation has created The Pride Travel Fund. The WVU Foundation is calling for