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People walking around in the Art Museum.  

As the second director of the Art Museum of West Virginia University, Todd J. Tubutis plans to build on the progress of establishing the museum as a vibrant cultural hub for both the campus and the community. He talks with Inside WVU today host April Kaull about his vision as he settles in to his new role.

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Vice President for Research Fred King and Joyce McConnell, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, join Inside WVU today host April Kaull to talk about West Virginia University’s inaugural Research Week. The event is more than a showcase of the work done at the state’s only R1 Research Institute; it’s a celebration of the faculty and students across campus who pursue ground-breaking research in all disciplines.

A doctor consoles a patient.  

March is National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month. Researchers at the West Virginia University Cancer Institute are evaluating a first-of-its-kind blood test for detecting colorectal cancer. In the latest edition of Inside WVU today, Dr. Richard Goldberg, director of the WVU Cancer Institute, talks with host April Kaull about the test and highlights to advances in detection and treatment available for patients.

A photo of the new mountaineer with his arms raised.  

West Virginia University sophomore Timothy Eads can cross off one item from the bucket list he created his freshman year of high school—to serve as the Mountaineer Mascot. Eads, who served as the alternate Mountaineer this year, will officially begin his reign April 11, when current Mountaineer Trevor Kiess passes the rifle on to him in a formal ceremony. Eads talks with Inside WVU today host April Kaull about the year ahead and the honor of representing Mountaineer fans everywhere.

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As House Bill 2519, which would permit concealed weapons to be carried on campus by concealed weapons license holders, moves from the House of Delegates to the Senate and makes its way through the state Legislature, West Virginia University continues to provide updates to the campus community. In this video, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Rob Alsop provides an update as the Senate debates the issue. He also explains ways you can monitor the bill’s progress and share your thoughts with legislators.

A photo of the West Virginia Capitol building with a play button over top.  

As House Bill 2519, which would permit concealed weapons to be carried on campus by concealed weapons license holders, makes its way through the state Legislature, West Virginia University continues to provide updates to the campus community. The bill is currently under consideration in the full House of Delegates. In this video, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Rob Alsop talks about how WVU is engaged with the Legislature on this issue and will continue to advocate for the best interests of the University. He also outlines ways that you can monitor the bill’s progress, and share your thoughts with legislators.