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(L-R) VP & Executive Dean for Health Sciences Dr. Clay Marsh, VP of Clinical Operations for WVU Medicine Amy Bush-Marone and Mike Ross

Ross family donates $1M to WVU Medicine Children’s, School of Medicine Outreach Fund

Mike and JoAnn Ross and their family have donated $1 million in support of the WVU Medicine Children’s “Grow Children’s” Capital Campaign and the Brick Health Outreach Fund in the WVU School of Medicine.

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Katie Pritt opted to stay in state at WVU Medicine Children's for her daughter's cleft lip.

Grow Children's: Katie and Harlow Pritt

Katie Pritt opted to stay in-state for her daughter's cleft lip. But WVU Medicine Children’s must grow to ensure all the state’s children are able to find the resources they need in West Virginia.

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At nearly 180,000-square-feet, Reynolds Hall will more than double the space that the Chambers College has in its current building.

WVU business college launches campaign to bring new building to fruition

At nearly 180,000-square-feet, Reynolds Hall will more than double the space that the Chambers College has in its current building.

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Alumni and friends of West Virginia University and the Mountaineer Marching Band are being asked to help the band travel this fall.

2019 Pride Travel Fund to help WVU Marching Band travel around the state

Alumni and friends of West Virginia University and the Mountaineer Marching Band are being asked to help the band travel this fall.

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Matthew Arias '20

Matthew Arias, from San Bernardino, Calif., travelled across the country to be continue his education in a WVU graduate program that would provide him exceptional experiences on scholarship.

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