A panel discussion titled “Historical Perspectives on Charlottesville: Heritage, Hate, History and Memory” will be held Thursday (Aug. 24) from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Mountainlair, Rhododendron Room.
While most students spend their summer breaks decompressing from a busy academic year, one international student from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources used his time off to give back while pursuing his passions.
Most weekday mornings, you can find children at the Art Museum of WVU. They are from elementary, middle and high schools near and far. For many, these trips to the museum are their first time experiencing professional art.
Potomac State College will present a panel discussion on race, gender and sexuality in higher education today (Aug. 22) at 4 p.m. in the Davis Conference Center. This event is free and open to the public.
As children’s access to quality and accessible health care is in uncertain times, West Virginia University’s John D. Rockefeller IV School of Policy and Politics is partnering with the WVU Health Sciences Center and WVU Libraries to host a Children’s Health Policy Summit: Understanding the People, Place and Policy Behind Health Care.
This week, hundreds of new students attended the university’s New Student Orientation. They learned about campus resources, met fellow students and explored their new community. A major component of the NSO program at Tech is community service, so new students also spent an entire day giving back.