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2023 Performance Review process begins today

Aligned with the core values of WVU, the annual performance review process is designed to measure an employee’s capabilities, accomplishments, development and overall contributions to the University, as well as the critical role each employee plays in bringing our land-grant mission to life. The 2023 performance review period will cover Jan. 1 through Dec. 31, 2023.

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  • Latest ‘Under the Dome’ now available

    “Under the Dome” delivers a review of issues being considered by the West Virginia Legislature. This edition includes highlights of DEI and legislation that made it beyond Wednesday’s (Feb. 28) Crossover Day and bills that did not.

  • WVU Press highlights breadth, depth of scholarly output with two new titles

    West Virginia University Press has released “Gendered Infrastructures” and “Hell's Not Far Off: Bruce Crawford and the Appalachian Left" today (March 1). The two books are of interest to scholars working in areas as broad and global as critical feminist theory, and as intensely local as West Virginia's southern coalfields.

  • Nominations sought for Kenneth D. Gray Student Leadership Award

    Named after the former vice president for Student Life, this award is designed to recognize exemplary leadership among current senior and graduate students at WVU.

  • WVU works to address food insecurity among students with expansion of ‘essential’ pantry services

    With an understanding about the importance of providing support to the whole student, West Virginia University is addressing food insecurity among students throughout the WVU System. On the Morgantown Campus, The Rack: WVU Student Food Pantry provides non-perishable and perishable food items plus hygiene products to University students at no charge.

  • Morgan and Adkins win Mirrorball Trophy

    Rachel Morgan, a marketing major from Bridgeport representing the Country Line Dancing Club, and Braden Adkins, a business administration major and 2023-24 alternate Mountaineer mascot from Richwood, are the winners of the 11th annual Dancing With Our Mountaineer Stars competition.

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  • Faculty Senate to meet Monday

    The Faculty Senate will meet at 3:15 p.m. Monday (March 4) in the College of Law Fitzsimmons Event Hall.

  • Learn how to capture the beauty of wild and wonderful West Virginia

    Faculty, staff and family members ages 13 years and older are invited to learn how to capture once-in-a-lifetime nature moments during a two-session workshop on April 17 and 24. A field trip will follow the workshop later in April.

  • Celebrate Employee Appreciation Day

    The Division of Talent and Culture encourages all faculty and staff to take advantage of this special day by expressing their sincere gratitude to their colleagues tomorrow (March 1).

  • Attend webinar on Title IX reporter self-care

    Participants will explore symptoms of burnout and self-care practices related to the Title IX process at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow (Feb. 29) on Zoom.

  • WELLWVU offers naloxone training

    Faculty and staff will learn the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose, how to administer naloxone and other information that could help save a life from 6-7 p.m. Monday (March 4) in the Mountainlair, Greenbrier Room.

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VIDEO: Learn more about the July 1 implementation of the Campus Self-Defense Act

Dean of Students and Campus Safety Steering Group Co-Chair Corey Farris explains the steps West Virginia University is taking to comply with the Campus Self-Defense Act, a new state law which will take effect July 1, and Capt. Matthew Swain talks about how to take advantage of safety training opportunities offered by University Police.

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