The West Virginia University School of Pharmacy has been a pioneer in the education of pharmacists for over a century.
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Donors to the WVU School of Medicine help discover tomorrow’s cures, while transforming West Virginia’s health.
Watch the video above for more from Norman D. Ferrari III, M.D., Vice Dean for Medical Education and Academic Affairs at the WVU School of
The Office of Graduate Education and Life has announced the recipients of the year's WVU Foundation Graduate Scholarship awards.
The Malcolm Davis Living Legacy Fund for Ceramics at West Virginia University will further the work of late esteemed potter Malcolm Davis, thanks to his beloved wife, Judith Davis.
Mr. Davis was almost forty when he took his first pottery class in 1974. He had held many titles in his life up until that point, including banker, pastor, actuary and political activist. But it was during that first pottery class that Mr. Davis found what he considered his destiny.
Philanthropic support is essential to pushing West Virginia University’s land-grant mission of ‘leading transformation in West Virginia and the world through local, state and global engagement.’