West Virginia University continues to move forward with initiatives designed to transform academics and operations across its campuses in Morgantown, Beckley, Keyser, Martinsburg and Charleston. A new website, transformation.wvu.edu, launched this week and will serve as a hub for resources, information, feedback and new ideas related to the University’s transformation efforts.
A Campus Conversation was held Wednesday (May 24) via Zoom to provide an update on the University’s overarching transformation initiatives, including those to address academics and the structural budget deficit.
Faculty and staff on the Morgantown campus are invited to participate in a survey to share their experiences engaging with academic support units. The Provost’s Office will use this feedback to better understand the impact of the work done by these units and to identify opportunities for improvements and efficiencies.
Campus Rec invites faculty, staff, spouses/partners and students to join its summer intramural program. Participants can commit to as little as one week of sports or join for the entire summer, regardless of membership.
Open Enrollment is the only opportunity WVU benefits-eligible faculty and staff have to make changes to their elected insurance benefits for the 2024 plan year without a qualifying life event. All changes will be effective July 1, 2023.
The temporary closure of the Evansdale Crossing bus lane has been extended through Sunday, June 11, as crews continue to work on road construction and pavement.