The flexible curriculum of multidisciplinary studies, which is a combination of three minors, enables students to design their educational program of study. This customization provides them with comparatively broad career options in diverse fields such as education, journalism, law, biotechnology, and computers to name a few.
The John Chambers College of Business and Economics will expand its Finance University, a financial literacy conference open to primary and secondary educators across the state, thanks to a grant from Next Gen Personal Finance to the Center for Financial Literacy and Education.
A new interdisciplinary minor in Appalachian Studies will be available for all undergraduate students on the Morgantown campus beginning in Fall 2019. The minor includes coursework in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences and is intended to help students develop a broad understanding of the many ways that people think about Appalachia.
Four exceptional faculty members at West Virginia University have been named 2018-2019 Benedum Distinguished Scholars in recognition of the high caliber of their research and scholarly activity.
The motion paintings of West Virginia native and noted artist James Edward Davis will be the focus of the next Art Up Close! at the Museum Education Center, March 20.
WVU will welcome Rufus Reid to the College of Creative Art’s Curiosity Series March 22 at the Creative Arts Center in Morgantow