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Cast your vote for the 2022 WVU Values Coin design

West Virginia University is asking faculty and staff to select the design for the 2022 WVU Values Coin, which will be presented to select employees throughout the next year.

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  • WVU’s partnership with Youth Cycling Coalition brings first Bike Tech in School program to Monongalia County

    By linking outdoor recreation, youth development and education, the WVU Brad and Alys Smith Outdoor Economic Development Collaborative and its partners Rad Power Bikes, Project Bike Tech and the Youth Cycling Coalition will spark the next generation of innovators, leaders and outdoor enthusiasts in West Virginia.

  • Help WVU Libraries honor an outstanding librarian

    The WVU Libraries Faculty Assembly is seeking nominations for the Outstanding Librarian Award and Distinguished Service Award. These awards are presented once every three years to recognize exceptional contributions toward the delivery, development or expansion of library services or special programs for the constituencies of WVU.

  • Let’s Talk addresses holidays

    Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea L. Poore continues her weekly series of short videos, exploring topics centered on helping members of the WVU community live, learn and work together with care and respect for each other.

  • Universal Design faculty course redesign grant awarded

    The Teaching and Learning Commons, in partnership with the Office of Accessibility Services, offered its first round of Universal Design Faculty Course Development Grants this summer. These grants include a stipend of $3,500 to support WVU faculty as they design or redesign courses to meet the principles of Universal Design of Learning.

  • WVU Foundation shares Corporate and Foundation Relations Stakeholder Report

    The WVU Foundation's Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations is sharing its first Stakeholder Report with the WVU community. The report highlights the impact of corporate and foundation support for WVU, featuring select projects funded from FY18-FY20.

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  • Shared Services Center Monthly Customers’ Group Meeting to be held

    Today's (Dec. 1) Customers’ Group Meeting will discuss the deposit process and receiving payments through the automated clearing house and introduce the team in the Shared Services Center who handles this important work. To accommodate various schedules, we will host the meeting at noon and 4 p.m.

  • WVU to Hold annual Pearl Harbor Day Remembrance Ceremony

    WVU, along with local community veteran support organizations, will hold its annual Pearl Harbor Day Ceremony Tuesday, Dec. 7, in remembrance of the 80th anniversary of the bombing and to honor the brave Americans who fought so heroically on that day.

  • Faith: An online panel with LGBTQ+ affirming faith leaders

    Join us in this discussion about LGBTQ+ identity and the holy texts in Jewish and Christian traditions: scriptures, interpretations, translation and yes, even queer representation, Thursday (Dec. 2) from 7-8 p.m.

  • Meet Me at Maple House

    Meet at the LGBTQ+ Center to connect and talk about topics focused on mental health relevant to the LGBTQ+ community Friday (Dec. 3) from 2-3 p.m. This collaboration between the WVU Carruth Center and the WVU LGBTQ+ Center will take place on designated Fridays.

  • Join the Center for Financial Literacy and Education for a Lunch and Learn

    The Center for Financial Literacy and Education will host its last event of 2021 on Monday, Dec. 13, at noon in the Mountaineer Room of the Mountainlair. This Lunch and Learn will focus on a topic everyone needs to know: Credit.

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VIDEO: Meet School of Dentistry’s Stephen Pachuta

A retired United States Navy rear admiral and former chief of the U.S. Navy Dental Corps, Dr. Stephen Pachuta, was appointed dean of the School of Dentistry in April 2021. In the latest edition of the Inside WVUToday video series, he talks about the transition and his return home.

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