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Upcoming planned steam outages for Morgantown campus

To accommodate enhancements, repairs and testing for West Virginia University’s steam infrastructure, the Facilities Management team is working with WVU’s steam provider on three planned steam outages.

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  • Join the TLC team as a Faculty Associate

    Full-time faculty members who are passionate about teaching and interested in exploring pedagogical innovations with like-minded colleagues are encouraged to apply to become TLC Faculty Associates for the next academic year (August 2022–May 2023). The deadline for application is June 1 and selected applicants will be notified via email by June 22.

  • Degree Works to be offline Saturday, until noon Sunday

    The Degree Works application will be unavailable from 2 a.m. Saturday, May 21, until noon Sunday, May 22, for an important update. There will be no changes in features and functionality once the work is complete.

  • Accessibility Student Advisory Group

    The Office of Accessibility Services seeks to gain input from students with disabilities regarding campus wide disability support, acceptance and inclusivity. If you are actively enrolled at WVU as a part-time or full-time student at West Virginia University and registered with the Office of Accessibility Services, we welcome you to apply to be a member of the Accessibility Student Advisory Group.

  • WVU Alumni Association seeks nominations for 2022 homecoming, service awards

    The WVU Alumni Association is accepting nominations in seven categories for the 2022 Homecoming and Alumni Service Awards. Celebrating the accomplishments of alumni around the globe, these awards honor individuals who embody what it means to be a Mountaineer. The winners of each category will be recognized during the Annual Homecoming Parade on Oct. 28, and at halftime during the WVU vs. TCU Football Game on Oct. 29.

  • Libraries unveil inaugural Inclusive Portrait

    Victorine Louistall Monroe made history twice at West Virginia University. She received her master’s in education from WVU in 1945, making her the first known Black female to be awarded a graduate degree from the University. Then Monroe made history again in 1966 when WVU hired her to teach Library Science, making her the University’s first Black faculty member. In April, WVU Libraries unveiled a portrait of Monroe (1912-2006), Professor Emerita of Library Science, the first painting to be commissioned as part of the Inclusive Portrait Project, in the Downtown Library’s Robinson Reading Room.

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VIDEO: WVU outlines 2022 compensation program

Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Rob Alsop provides an update on the 2022 West Virginia University Compensation Program, which will be rolling out in the coming months. As part of the program, salary increases for faculty and staff are targeted to be effective July 3, 2022.

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