Debbie Brock, Revenue Services, will retire from WVU on June 30 after 34 years of service. A luncheon/reception will be held today (June 28) in Room 300A, Evansdale Crossing, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for everyone to wish her a happy retirement.
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WVU is currently seeking volunteer instructors to teach a wide variety of courses for our fall term, including the arts, literature, history, philosophy and religion, current events, political affairs, science, math, health and wellness, and more for our campuses in Morgantown and Charleston.
Summer is an excellent time of year to regroup, recharge and recycle. During the week of July 24, WVU’s Office of Sustainability will coordinate a large campus-wide effort to collect hardback and paperback books, journals, periodicals, encyclopedias, pamphlets, etc.
Narvel G. Weese Jr. on Tuesday (June 27) announced his retirement from West Virginia University effective Oct. 1, culminating a 37-year career in financial management at the university, the last dozen as vice president of administration and finance.
The Office of the Provost is offering grants up to $1,000 to faculty and staff for creative ways to integrate “Hidden Figures” into the curriculum. The grants are available to full-time faculty at all campuses and to full-time staff working directly with students or engaged in developing programming for students (e.g. advisers, Student Life staff).
The definition of literacy has evolved to include not only reading, but writing, speaking, listening and visual literacy, as well. So it made sense for West Virginia University professors Allison Dagen and Aimee Morewood to reinvent the College of Education and Human Services reading specialist certification program to reflect a more current delivery method for the degree program.
Expense reconciliation and reimbursements will be faster and simpler, and involve fewer people when MyExpenses launches this summer. The new tool also will make it easy to split expenses among multiple funding strings.
West Virginia University is among the top 40 safest campuses in the United States, according to the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Ranked 34th among 2,000 colleges assessed on campus safety, University Police protects more than 30,000 students and 6,000 employees.