West Virginia University’s 4th annual Research Week will highlight and celebrate the faculty, staff and students who shape the University as a top-tier, R1 research institution.
Sponsored by the Research Office, Research Week will include an undergraduate research symposium, the Three-Minute Thesis competition and networking events on aging research and substance use and recovery research, and more.
The University community is invited to these events, which run through April 14, to celebrate those who pursue groundbreaking research in all disciplines.
"Research Week is a way for us all to pause and celebrate the tremendous amount of work that goes into being an R1 university and to say 'thank you' to all who make it possible," said Melanie Page, associate vice president for creative and scholarly activities at the Research Office. "We hope you can join us and we look forward to celebrating with you."