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WVU to partner with to advance computer science in K-12

Continuing its commitment to excellence in science, technology, engineering and math education, the West Virginia University Center for Excellence in STEM Education announced Friday (Dec. 8) its selection as a regional partner of, a national network working to ensure that all students K-12 have the opportunity to learn computer science.

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PRT winter break schedule begins Dec 14

The Personal Rapid Transit system will not be in operation during the winter break planned Dec. 14 - Jan. 3. The PRT will resume normal operations Jan. 4.

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Looking at Morgantown – call for photography

West Virginia University Libraries’ Arts in the Libraries Program is seeking submissions for Looking at Morgantown, an upcoming exhibit to be displayed at the Downtown Campus Library from April through August 2018.

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University shares report on deposit issues for Nov. 24 payroll

WVU employees received a letter yesterday (Dec. 7) from Rob Alsop, vice president for strategic initiatives, updating the deposit issues for the Nov. 24 payroll. The University investigated the reasons behind the delay and has issued a report which outlines what happened and the steps taken to remedy the situation and prevent it in the future.

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International students and scholars affected by travel ban

On Monday, December 4, the United States Supreme Court allowed the Trump administration’s most recent travel ban (Travel Ban 3.0) to be enforced while it is being fully considered by the lower courts. This decision creates many questions for some international students and scholars preparing to travel during the upcoming winter break.

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International students affected by travel ban

Any international student with questions should be directed to Doina Jikich, director of International Students and Scholars Services. She is available to answer any student questions and address their concerns related to the travel ban. She can be reached by email at, or by phone at 304.293.3550.