West Virginia University’s Brickstreet Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation will become the Encova Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation thanks to a generous donation from the Encova Mutual Insurance Group. The gift, which is for $2 million, is the first corporate gift made in the Building Beyond campaign, which officially launched Monday (Sept. 9), and will provide a new home for the Encova Center within Reynolds Hall.
Kenneth Currie, professor of industrial and management systems engineering in the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, has been reappointed to his administrative post as chair of the department for a five-year term.
A rocky start in college hasn’t stopped alumnus Zachary Heck (BS Geology, ’16) from pursuing his prehistoric passions.
The John Chambers College of Business and Economics invites you to join us in celebrating the Encova Center, formerly known as the Brickstreet Center, and learn how it’s geared to provide additional opportunities for our students in our future home.
The law firm of Bailey, Javins, & Carter, L.C. has given $200,000 to the Moot Court Board at WVU Law. The gift will benefit law students who are preparing for their careers by competing in moot court competitions. It will help pay for expenses such as training, programming and travel.
The Folk Legacy Trio is coming to Keyser as Highland Arts Unlimited (HAU) welcomes these premiere performers at 7:30 p.m., Sept. 28 at the Church McKee Arts Center on the campus of Potomac State College.