As part of a three-day immersive learning experience, this year’s West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy Summer Policy Institute participants will hear from WVU School of Public Health’s Lauri Andress.
Advanced Directives will be the topic for Geriatrics Lunchtime Learning July 24 from noon to 1 p.m. at Memorial Hospital- WVU Building Room 2000 General Hospital- Rooms 101-102. Julie Young is the speaker.
With a nationwide increase in the prevalence of HPV and the high rate of tobacco use in our state (both of which are linked to oral cancer), West Virginia ranks fourth in the nation in cases of cancers of the mouth and throat. In fact, the American Cancer Society estimates 370 new oral and oropharyngeal cancer cases will be diagnosed in West Virginia in 2019.
While most WVU students were attending classes during the Spring 2019 semester, Jeevan Murthy was walking the halls of the White House. The School of Public Health junior from Charleston, W.Va., joined a group of other young leaders from across the United States to participate in the highly competitive White House Internship Program.
The HSC Faculty Development Teaching Scholars Program focuses on developing educational theories/technologies as well as promoting educational skills, critical thinking, and innovative approaches among Health Science Center faculty.
Dean Tara Hulsey wrote to the family of Delaney Wykle, who died last week in a helicopter crash. Hulsey’s letter included faculty memories of Wykle, a 2019 graduate.