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WVU Foundation wins prestigious MarCom awards

The West Virginia University Foundation’s Communications team captured four awards in the 2020 international MarCom Awards, which recognizes outstanding creative achievement in the marketing and communications fields.

The winners were chosen from more than 5,000 entries from corporate and educational marketing and communication departments, advertising agencies, public relations firms, design shops, production companies and freelancers throughout the United States, Canada and several other countries. The Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals bestows the awards annually.

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Aetna Better Health of West Virginia aims to change lives of youths in foster care through 4-H

Aetna Better Health of West Virginia partnered with West Virginia University Extension Service to provide funding for foster care youths interested in 4-H.

A strategic collaboration with state leaders can change the lives of foster care youths in West Virginia through 4-H youth development programs. Aetna Better Health of West Virginia partnered with West Virginia University Extension Service to provide funding for foster care youths interested in 4-H.

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Scholarship fund established for mechanical engineering students in memory of Morgantown native

Armand and Jaya Coulson have made a gift of $100,000 to the WVU Foundation to establish the Armand LeRoy Coulson Memorial Scholarship to benefit mechanical engineering students.

Armand Coulson, a West Virginia University alumnus and World War II Navy veteran, had a desire to reciprocate the opportunities afforded to him because of his higher education. To honor his memory and wish to empower others along the path to becoming an engineer, Armand and Jaya Coulson established the Armand LeRoy Coulson Memorial Scholarship to benefit West Virginia students who wish to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.

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WVU Davis College grants offer valuable resources for graduate research students


Thanks to their generous contributions to the West Virginia University Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, a retired professor and his wife continue to be an integral part of graduate studies in wildlife through the David and Catherine Samuel Wildlife Graduate Fund. 

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