West Virginia University officials continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and are developing plans should the threat increase in the area. Dr. Kathryn Moffett is an infectious diseases expert at WVU. In this Inside WVU today video, she provides important information about the virus and tips to help keep our students, faculty, staff and surrounding community well. These include a new website coronavirus.wvu.edu where you will find resources and details about the University’s response. For general questions: call the WV DHHR at 1-800-887-4304 or email email@example.com. If you have respiratory or flu-like symptoms, call WVU Medicine at 304-598-6000, option 4.
The Office of Sustainability and Facilities and Services recently partnered with a third-party expert in tree care and conservation to assess the health and potential safety risks of several trees in high-traffic areas across the Morgantown campus. Learn more about it in this latest edition of Inside WVU Today.
In an effort to meet growing healthcare needs across the state, the School of Public Health is now offering a Master of Health Administration, a premier program for those seeking to lead the health systems of the future. WVU Medicine’s Albert Wright and Erik Carlton from the School of Public Health join host April Kaull with details in the latest edition of Inside WVU today.
We are in the midst of peak flu season. A flu shot is vital to protecting yourself, your family and your community according to WVU Medicine’s Dr. Kathryn Moffett. She talks about some of the facts and myths about flu shots, and shares some advice on other ways to reduce your risk of catching the flu, in this latest edition of Inside WVUToday.
The Day of Giving, a 24-hour online fundraising effort Wednesday (Nov. 13) is a simple way for West Virginia University supporters to contribute to WVU. In the latest edition of Inside WVU today, B.J. Davisson, executive vice president and chief development officer for the Foundation, explains why this event is critical to the University’s mission.
West Virginia University, in partnership with Hearts of Gold, offers three courses that focus on training service dogs. The latest edition of Inside WVUToday takes to the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design to learn more about the programs and how they’re changing lives. You can also read more about the program at WVUToday.