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Dr. Clay Marsh talks about COVID-19 and our response over the next few weeks

In this latest blog post, Vice President and Executive Dean for Health Sciences Dr. Clay Marsh writes about how we can better protect our families and ourselves from COVID-19 through the next few weeks.

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Announcements

  • May 12 primary election day moved to June 9

    In accordance with the executive order, West Virginia University and WVU Research Corporation have adjusted their holiday schedules to observe June 9 as a University holiday. Further, May 12 will no longer be considered a University holiday and will become a regular workday for all WVU and WVU Research Corporation employees.

  • PRT bus shuttles no longer running

    West Virginia University Transportation and Parking has decided to end Personal Rapid Transit bus shuttle service after today (April 3).

  • Virtual conversation on first-gen student issues

    WVU's "Ambassadors For Change" class invites you to a virtual event on first-generation collegiate issues April 13 from 6-7:30 p.m.

  • WVU Board briefed on pandemic responses and plans

    The University’s Board of Governors was briefed Thursday (April 2) on the institution’s ongoing responses to the coronavirus pandemic and background on decisions that have been made and are under consideration.

  • West Virginia’s young emerging leaders vie for Foundation Scholarships

    Although this year’s Bucklew Scholars will begin their journey at West Virginia University in various disciplines, a deep respect for cultural diversity, a passion for sustainable innovation and a desire to serve others unites the 2020 cohort. The Bucklew Scholarship is given to 20 high-achieving West Virginia students accepted to the University and qualifies them to be considered for the Foundation Scholarship, WVU’s highest academic scholarship.

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Events

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Videos

What you need to know about the Coronavirus

West Virginia University officials continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are developing plans should the threat increase in the area. Dr. Kathryn Moffett is an infectious diseases expert at WVU. In this Inside WVU today video, she provides important information about the virus and tips to help keep our students, faculty, staff and surrounding community well. These include a new website coronavirus.wvu.edu where you will find resources and details about the University’s response. For general questions: call the WV DHHR at 1-800-887-4304 or email coronavirus@mail.wvu.edu. If you have respiratory or flu-like symptoms, call WVU Medicine at 304-598-6000, option 4.

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