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James and Joan Williams Waggy, of Charleston, West Virginia, contributed $500,000 to create the Williams/Waggy Physical Therapy Scholarship, which goes to out-of-state Doctor of Physical Therapy students with demonstrated financial need.

Gift to WVU School of Medicine establishes physical therapy scholarship for out-of-state students

Students drawn to the West Virginia University School of Medicine’s physical therapy program from other states will benefit from a new scholarship established by dedicated University supporters.

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The 2023 class of Hazel Ruby McQuain Graduate Scholars includes 10 students dedicated to bettering West Virginia.

Hazel Ruby McQuain Graduate Scholarship honors 10 students striving to better West Virginia

Ten students with a shared goal of bettering the Mountain State have been awarded the Hazel Ruby McQuain Graduate Scholarship to help them continue graduate study in their chosen fields.

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The late Dr. Tom and Mrs. Kay Ann Poole have been generous donors to the School of Medicine for more than 20 years.

Planned gift distribution provides $1 million to expand graduate student opportunities at the WVU School of Medicine

A recent $1 million enhancement to the Dan Watts Endowment for Pharmacological Research and Education established by Dr. Thomas R. (Tom) Poole will further student research and education in the Department of Physiology, Pharmacology and Toxicology.

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WVU President Gordon Gee (third from left) joined Antero leadership

Training the next generation: Antero’s $4M gift to WVU aids energy education

A $4 million gift to West Virginia University from Antero Resources and Antero Midstream is expanding educational opportunities at the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources to help train the next generation of petroleum and natural gas engineers.

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Marleah Knights '23

Earning the Foundation Scholarship gave Morgantown W,Va. resident Marleah Knights the chance to explore a variety of interests.

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