The Research Office and the Libraries Research Commons continue their partnership with “Software Carpentry – Intermediate Python Workshop,” a one-day, hands-on workshop that covers introductions to the python packages pandas (databases), seaborn (plotting), and scipy (statistics), on Feb 8.
Registration is now open for all WVU colleges, units and groups to participate in WVU’s third annual Demo Day, April 24. This day-long showcase demonstrates the scope of innovative ideas, leading-edge inventions, working prototypes and unique business ventures across the WVU system.
WVU’s first Fresh Check Day will be a fun event with interactive booths, free food, and awesome prizes. Students can come to the Student Recreation Center from 3-6 p.m. Feb. 6 to learn more about mental health on campus, warning signs and what to do if a friend is exhibiting signs of suicide or a mental health concern.
Mark your calendars for upcoming Campus Conversations on WVU’s FY2020 Compensation Program.
WELLWVU will host the annual Sexual Health Fair for WVU students Feb. 11 from 3-7 p.m. in the Mountainlair. This fair is a chance for students to explore sexual health topics and connect to various campus and community organizations in a non-judgmental and educational environment.
A total of 1,367 students graduated from the University earning a combined 1,428 degrees and certificates in December. A total of 3,819 students were named to the Dean’s list for fall 2019. Those on the Dean’s list received a 3.5 GPA or higher. A total of 2,532 students were named to the President’s list after receiving a perfect 4.0 grade point average.