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Marshall Miller

Gift to Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute advances Alzheimer’s research in memory of late WVU alum

A gift from Sharon Miller establishes the Miller Family Alzheimer’s Research Fund, which aids research focused on diagnosis and treatment. Her contribution honors her late husband, Marshall, who passed away in 2019 following a 15-year battle with the disease.

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Women in STEM Scholarship Support

Scholarships empower women to pursue engineering degrees at WVU

A growing number of women are pursuing degrees in science, technology, engineering and math fields at West Virginia University with scholarship support as STEM job opportunities expand.

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WVU Statler College

Two-time WVU grad’s $1.25M gift supports engineering students through scholarships

WVU alum Charles Bentley Hodgkin left $1.25 million to establish the Charles Bentley Hodgkin Education Trust, which provides scholarships for WVU engineering students.

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Fred and Donna Martin: $2 Million Gift, Fred and Donna Martin Scholarship Endowment

$2M planned gift to boost scholarship support for WVU students from W.Va.

A West Virginia University alumnus and his wife are honoring his Mountain State roots with a planned gift to provide scholarships for West Virginia students in need.

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Juliet Wanosky

Juliet Wanosky '24

Bucklew Scholar Juliet Wanosky’s passion for engineering came to her with the help of some world-famous mouse ears and a little bit of magic.

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