Boris Barkanov encourages faculty and staff to promote this opportunity students who may be interested in Eastern European and Russian politics, as well as, energy security and policy to participate in a course on Eastern European IR and Security this summer. An informational session will be held today (Feb. 20) from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Woodburn 306E.
The brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Pi Mu Chapter, will host the "Inaugural Black Excellence Academic Celebration." The celebration will take place tomorrow (Feb. 21) at 7 p.m. in the Shenandoah Room of the Mountainlair.
Program workshops are open to intermediate-level string players, ages 10-to-adult. Some knowledge of how to play the instrument is required, but oldtime experience is not. The stand-alone, one-evening workshops (or come back every month) happen Wednesday evenings Feb. 21, April 25, May 16, and Tuesday June 26 from 6:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m., in the Creative Arts Center.
The WVU Humanities Center and the WVU ADVANCE Center’s signature program, Advocates and Allies, hosted a panel discussion Monday (Feb. 19) on how all faculty, particularly male faculty, can help foster safe and inclusive work environments.
The WVU ADVANCE Center’s signature initiatives program, Advocates and Allies, and the WVU Humanities Center will host a panel discussion on the role of faculty members in preventing sexual harassment on campus. The event, “How not to be a bystander: The role of male faculty after #MeToo,” will be held on toda (Feb. 19) from 4 p.m. to-5:30 p.m. in the Mountainlair Rhododendron Room.
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. The following is a list of this week’s events.
AAUW’s research on the gender pay gap shows that, one year out of college, women are already paid significantly less than their male counterparts. Learn the skills on how to negotiate more equitable salaries at this workshop.
After monitoring events in Charleston and anticipating large crowds at the Capitol this week, West Virginia University and WVU Extension Service have made the decision to cancel the WVU Day at the Legislature event scheduled for Tuesday (Feb. 20).