As the country prepares for the upcoming presidential inauguration and following the recent events that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, it’s important for the WVU community to be informed and aware of the resources that are available on campus. University Police is working closely with the Morgantown Police Department and other local agencies to remain apprised of any developments that may affect the campus community.
WVU faculty member Colleen Moretz was recently recognized by the International Textile and Apparel Association for her zero-waste design, “Macchia Spiral Into Zero-Waste Times Two.”
Consider completing the HSC Faculty Development Program Faculty Mentoring & Learning Partnership Survey whether you need a mentor or you want to be one. Mentoring can be online, short term for a specific topic.
While new research from WVU economists finds that presidential inaugurations have gained popularity as must-see tourist events in recent years, major security threats will keep visitors away for the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden.
In data gathered and analyzed over 13 years, the North American Nanohertz Observatory for Gravitational Waves Physics Frontiers Center has found an intriguing low-frequency signal that may be attributable to gravitational waves.
The WVU Research Office is making leadership changes on the heels of the departure of Katie Stores, who has served as assistant vice president for Research Administration since 2018, led the Office of Sponsored Programs and provided administrative oversight of the Office of Research Program Management since 2019.