The 44th Hal Wanger Family Medicine Conference is scheduled for September 20-21 in Morgantown. In conjunction with the conference, the department is soliciting poster presentations for the poster portion of the conference. This is an excellent opportunity for presenters to showcase their research and professional work.
Is there life on Mars? One WVU researcher is discovering ways to improve the search for life on the desert planet. Kathleen Benison, professor in the Department of Geology and Geography, has received a two-year grant from NASA’s Astrobiology Program to study modern and fossil microorganisms trapped in halite and gypsum from acid salt lakes.
A University researcher, inspired by living in the Mountain State, is studying what works—and what doesn’t—in social and educational policies that affect children and families, particularly in rural areas.
The WVU Injury Control Research Center's expertise and research are highlighted in new topic briefs published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The WVU community is invited to attend the West Virginia Water Research Institute's ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 18 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the NRCCE High Bay, G13.
Terese Giobbia, coordinator and assistant professor of art education in the College of Creative Arts School of Art and Design, will use specific art therapy activities, which are more methodical and structured than traditional art projects. Her research is funded by the prestigious Mary McMullan Grant from the National Art Education Foundation.