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posted on 11.19.2008
Potomac State College (PSC) of WVU recently received the largest single contribution ever to be made to the institution.
posted on 11.10.2008
William A. Neal, M.D., professor of pediatric cardiology at the WVU School of Medicine, has been named the inaugural recipient of the James H. Walker, M.D., Chair in Pediatric Cardiology.
posted on 10.23.2008
The WVU Foundation has announced that the 2008 Pride Travel Fund has received over $78,500 from 748 donors.
posted on 10.13.2008
Jane Hange understands the importance of providing strong after-school programs for youth throughout West Virginia, especially to kids in middle and high schools. "Youths in these age groups are
posted on 09.30.2008
The WVU P.I. Reed School of Journalism has received a two-year, $85,000 grant from the McCormick Foundation to provide multimedia training to small, rural newspapers throughout the region. The grant,
posted on 09.16.2008
Doctoral students studying economics at West Virginia University will have the opportunity to be part of a unique fellowship program designed to engage students directly in public policy research.
posted on 08.04.2008
Alumni and friends of West Virginia University and the Mountaineer Marching Band are being asked to show their support again for The Pride Travel Fund, established by the WVU Foundation to help
posted on 07.23.2008
Mountaineer athletes won't be the only ones "lighting it up" this coming season.
posted on 06.30.2008
The largest investor-owned water utility in West Virginia has contributed $25,000 to name the lobby of the WVU Extension Service State Fire Training Academy, which opened for business June 24 at the
posted on 06.18.2008
A program whose goal is to improve the health of West Virginia youth will benefit from a $125,000 donation from a Washington, D.C. couple.