With help from alumni and friends, the next generation of West Virginia dentists and dental hygienists will be trained in radically modernized facilities that reflect the excellent education and quality patient care provided by the West Virginia University School of Dentistry.
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Dentistry students at West Virginia University who demonstrate a commitment to compassionate care will benefit from the generosity of an alumnus who found a supportive family atmosphere at the School of Dentistry and his wife who leads a WVU health care studies program.
You can directly support West Virginia men's basketball by joining The Legacy Fund!
The legacy of Drs. John T. (Jack) and June Richie Chambers of Charleston will live on through a planned gift made by the late alumni to West Virginia University.
When the West Virginia University Wind Symphony takes the stage in China, they will be doing so, in part, thanks to the Szilagyi Family Foundation.
West Virginia University students who are in recovery will benefit from a scholarship established in honor of Cathy Yura, a long-time psychologist and former director of the WVU Collegiate Recovery Program who retired in December after more than 40 years at WVU.
Kids like to move and be as independent as possible. But for children with mobility impairments, equipment needs may limit their ability to get out and go.
WVU Reed College of Media launches fellowship to support local news outlets with new investment from Knight Foundation
Aspiring journalists looking for a pathway to newspaper ownership will get a leg up at West Virginia University thanks to the nation’s only fellowship program designed to maintain and strengthen local news ownership.