As WVU’s latest National Science Foundation CAREER Award recipient, Assistant Professor of Biology Craig Barrett is teaming up with teachers in rural West Virginia high schools to develop student-led research projects.
Peter Mathers, chair of the WVU Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, is pleased to announce the group and four individuals who have been nominated for consideration of its recognition award.
WVU’s third annual Research Week is set to showcase and celebrate the high-caliber research by faculty, staff and students that shapes us as the state’s only R1 institution. Sponsored by the Research Office and the Office of the Provost, Research Week will begin Monday (April 12), with events each day through Saturday (April 17).
Jianhai Du has begun a four-year project to investigate the metabolic needs of the retina for survival and function. The project and findings will advance the understanding of metabolic regulation of retinal health and diseases.
The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences and Statler College will host a virtual workshop to feature the expanding partnership with the Universidade Federal do Parana in Brazil and opportunities to expand and develop new collaborations in research, faculty development and graduate student exchanges Friday (April 9).
The Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering webinar "Power Grid Reliability" will be presented by Jignesh Solanki today (April 12) at 5 p.m.