Four WVU faculty members — John “Michael” Ruppert, Megan Midcap, Emily Murphy and Cerasela Zoica Dinu — are being recognized for their exceptional teaching and service to the University, students and community.
Sant'Anna, an assistant professor of Resource Economics and Management in the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, will discuss her recent co-authored paper "Limits to capital: Assessing the role of race on the Paycheck Protection Program for African American farmers in America."
The celebration is designed to recognize the achievements of all faculty and staff members who have published a book, released a CD or produced a full-length work in another medium like art, theater, film, dance or others.
The Office of the Provost is continuing to host “Preparing for Accreditation 2024,” a series of presentations and discussions focused on each of the Higher Learning Commission’s criteria for accreditation. The next event, an in-person town hall session titled “HLC Accreditation Criterion 1: Mission,” will take place on March 3.
Representatives with the High Technology Foundation, Microsoft and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Open Data Dissemination Initiative will delve into details about how they can work with faculty fellows to craft experiences that expose students to large datasets while solving real-world problems in the climate and weather sector.
The anonymous responses will help schools, colleges and departments gauge student satisfaction, improve the advising experience and determine future professional development for advisers.