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The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at WVU provides programs and educational opportunities designed for adults 50 and older.

Business Plan Competition  

Seniors Samuel Chico and Kyle Seese have an idea for low-cost, eco-friendly energy storage systems that repurpose retired EV battery modules from auto manufacturers. With a $10,000 boost from the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, Chico and Seese, the winners of the first virtual West Virginia Business Plan Competition, may establish themselves and their business, Parthian Battery Solutions, as the premier cost leader for residential and commercial energy storage systems.

Tim Cronin  

Tim Cronin, a West Virginia native, has come home to serve as the new Energy Fellow in the Center for Energy and Sustainable Development at the College of Law.