As previously shared, the WVU Procurement Contracting and Payment Services team is issuing new U.S. Bank PCards to current cardholders across the University. And as part of this changeover, cardholders no longer will reconcile PCard expenses through their Expert Business Office via a paper-based process.
We are accepting applications for 2018-2019. Council members serve three-year terms. The council meets once per month and each member is assigned committee membership based upon their interests. The application deadline is March 5 at 5 p.m.
When Dillon Muhly-Alexander became the first student from Doddridge County High School to be named a West Virginia University Foundation Scholar, it was because of the leadership and compassion he showed for others by creating a backpack program to supply food to at-risk children. Now he has another first for his already impressive resume—the first WVU student to be named a Gates-Cambridge Scholar.
By the fall semester of 2019, West Virginia University expects to have almost 1,100 students residing in Living-Learning Communities, a re-envisioned approach to bridging the gap between academic and non-academic life on campus to help build retention.
Employees who are residents of the state of Maryland may be entitled to claim the Earned Income Tax Credit on both their Federal and Maryland state tax returns. See the Employer Withholding Tax Alert issued by the Comptroller of Maryland in October 2017 for additional details.
Meshea Poore, a long-time champion of under-represented people, has been named vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion at West Virginia University. Her appointment is effective Monday (Feb. 19).
West Virginia University Wednesday (Feb. 14) placed an immediate moratorium on all social and recruiting activities of the 16 social and social-professional fraternities comprising the Interfraternity Council, enacting a plan to review and strengthen oversight in the wake of concern over continued behavioral issues.
The program is a great opportunity for WVU students to earn some extra money this summer, improve their teaching and leadership skills, and camp in beautiful locations in the West Virginia wilderness, all while spreading their enthusiasm for science to children across the state.