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Kelsey Crawford  

Currently, the Innovation Hub staff are exploring how their equipment, particularly laser cutters and 3D printers, can be used to potentially supplement the shortage of medical supplies needed by health care workers. After several working prototypes are created, they will be assessed to determine whether or not they meet certain medical standards.

arts community helping WVU’s medicine  

With facilities closed and performances halted, the arts community at the University has turned its attention to helping supply WVU Medicine with the products it needs while fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Digital Marketing Communications  

A new accelerated online master’s degree program at the Reed College of Media will give students the strategy and skills to manage marketing communications across digital, social and other emerging media. The Master of Science in Digital Marketing Communications degree is a one-year, fully online program that addresses a growing talent gap in the industry.

Helping hands  

Elizabeth Shorrock, visiting assistant professor of fashion, dress and merchandising in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, is leading an effort to make 10,000 face masks to be distributed to WVU Medicine, Charleston Area Medical Center and the United Way.