The event will begin at 10 a.m. Monday (March 27) in the Mountainlair Ballrooms. Two buses will be available for those traveling between campuses.
Staff Council Scholarship Program application deadline approaching
The deadline to apply for the Staff Council Scholarship Program for the summer 2023 term is Saturday, April 1.
WVU program embraces holistic approach to fulfill high school students’ aspirations
Upward Bound, a federally funded TRIO program at West Virginia University, is working to individualize the student experience and to support the University’s service mission by helping those at the high school level prepare for college. For the first time, the program is embedded at Preston High School in Kingwood this academic year.
WVU Day of Giving sets new records for dollars raised, gifts received
Supporters of West Virginia University donated a record $18.1 million Wednesday (March 22) during the University’s sixth Day of Giving. More than 8,200 gifts were made during the 24-hour online fundraising event held across the University system, also a new record.
Drivers should expect delays on portions of Beechurst Avenue beginning this week
The state Division of Highways began a road-widening project this week along Beechurst Avenue, extending from Campus Drive to University Avenue. As part of the project, this area of Beechurst Avenue will be reduced to two-way traffic for the next several months. Work is expected to be completed in early August prior to the beginning of the fall semester.
Parking lot ST-6 partially closed Tuesday
A portion of parking lot ST-6 at the President’s House will be closed on Tuesday (March 28). The remainder of the lot will remain open. Normal parking lot access will resume Wednesday (March 29).
Attend a fireside chat and book signing with Rebecca Fannin
Vantage Ventures will host a discussion with Rebecca Fannin, author of “Silicon Heartland: Transforming the Midwest from Rust Belt to Tech Belt,” and President Gordon Gee from 5-7 p.m. Thursday (March 30) in Reynolds Hall, Esbenshade Auditorium.
Council for Gender Equity hosts Family Field Day
The WVU Council for Gender Equity invites families of faculty, staff and students along with members of the Morgantown community to Family Field Day from 2-5 p.m. Sunday, April 16, at the Rec Center fields.
Center for Resilient Communities hosts summer programs
Faculty, staff, students and community members are invited to participate in the fifth annual Appalachian Food Justice Institute and the Farm and Food Hub programs.
Faculty, staff invited to State of the University event
The campus community is invited to join President Gordon Gee on Monday (March 27) for a spring State of the University address. The event will begin at 10 a.m. in the Mountainlair Ballrooms.
Decide WVU open house set for Saturday
The WVU Morgantown Campus will host the annual Decide WVU open houses on Saturday (March 25) and April 15. Several thousand prospective students and families will be on campus for these events and parking will be limited around the Student Recreation Center, Mountaineer Station and the Downtown Campus.