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Dr. Catherine Perry Cotten and Dr. Donald Cotten  

New endowment established at WVU in light of national teacher shortage

A newly established WVU College of Education and Human Services scholarship will support undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in teacher education. The Drs. Catherine Perry and Donald R. Cotten CEHS Scholarship will specifically support students pursuing degrees in education with an emphasis in mathematics, science or computer science/technology.

College of Law building  

West Virginia Law Review symposium to explore range of Appalachian issues

More than 80 national and regional experts will address issues that affect those who live Appalachia every day including: health care; veterans; oil, gas and coal; civil rights; broadband expansion; economic development; criminal justice and educational and legal reform at a symposium to be held at the West Virginia University College of Law later this month.

Kathryn Williamson and Cuyler Beatty portraits  

Department of Physics and Astronomy Colloquium Series

The University community is invited to attend the "Education, Outreach & Demonstration Playground" presented by Kathryn Williamson and graduate student, Cuyler Beatty, today, (Feb. 15) at 4 p.m. in G09 White Hall.

A man with gray hair and glasses helps two children with virtual reality equipment  

Upcoming STEM Festival at PSC offers Virtual Space Lab

A new Space Lab experience will be a part of the STEM Festival on March 24 from noon to 4 p.m. The Mineral County STEM Network will host the 6th Annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Festival for area students and parents on the West Virginia University Potomac State College campus in Keyser.

College of Creative Arts flyer with flying WV rendered in a heavy metal license plate  

Events this week at the College of Creative Arts

Students in the WVU College of Creative Arts perform more than 300 events per year in many venues across campus, Morgantown and the state. Many of the events are free to the public and family friendly.