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  • ITS suggests Apple computer users delay Mojave OS upgrade until compatibility is ensured

    Information Technology Services recommends that faculty, staff and students wait to install Apple’s latest macOS, Mojave, on either WVU- or personally-owned devices until it has been proven compatible with critical applications such as eCampus, MAP, STAR, Microsoft Office and Sophos Anti-Virus.

  • Award-winning WVU Extension Service program bolsters rural healthcare recruitment

    A partnership with the West Virginia University Extension Service and the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has led to a program that works with communities to make their towns more attractive to physicians and their families in hopes they’ll put down permanent roots. West Virginia Recruitable Communities recently garnered recognition and won two awards from national community development organizations.

  • Experts form EMPOWERS program to support and encourage women in STEM

    As the capacity for STEM careers in West Virginia increases, a new effort is rising to encourage women to seize opportunities in the field. It’s called Establishing Mentoring Pipeline of Women through Education and Research in STEM – or EMPOWERS.

  • Campus Read brings Smithsonian Exhibit to WVU

    The WVU Campus Read has partnered with the Department of Biology to bring an exhibit called Outbreak! Epidemics in a Connected World to campus from the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. The exhibit will remain at WVU until the end of the fall 2018 semester, housed on the ground floor of the Life Sciences Building downtown.

  • West Virginia University kicks off its 2018 United Way campaign today

    Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Meshea Poore will serve as the chair of the 36th annual WVU United Way campaign. This year’s theme “Change Starts Here” is designed to remind us all that we play a role in changing our community. The campaign, which lasts twelve weeks, will wrap up on Dec. 14.

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  • The Critical Role of Advisors in Engagement

    Advisors are invited to join the Center for Service and Learning Thursday (Sept. 20) from 1 to 2 p.m. for dessert in our new location, while discussing the role of advising in getting students engaged in the community.

  • Upcoming career fairs this week

    WVU will host more than 250 employers at upcoming career fairs. Organizations will range from state and local to multi-national companies, such as Procter & Gamble and Schaeffler Group.

  • Marmaduke Dent Benefit to be held Friday

    It's time for Mountaineers to Come Together to Twist and Shout at the 23rd annual Marmaduke H. Dent Benefit Friday (Sept. 21) starting at 6 p.m. at the Erickson Alumni Center in Statler Wilson Commons.

  • Rocky Habitat Restoration Prep Day to be held next month

    Oct. 1 is the preparation day for the annual Rocky Habitat Restoration involves gathering dead and downed branches from designated areas of the Coopers Rock State Forest to create a “material depot” that will be used Oct. 7 during the Rocky Habitat Restoration Project Event Day.

  • WVU updates efforts to become Tree Campus, announces Arbor Day Celebration

    The committee of faculty, staff, students and community members working to attain the Arbor Day Foundation’s Tree Campus USA designation has made strides toward its goal since announcing the effort in April.

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VIDEO: WVU to promote women’s empowerment in Mexico through soccer

Concerns about women’s empowerment are a public health and policy issue in the U.S., Mexico and throughout the world. Using the sport of soccer, a WVU team aims to enhance young women’s empowerment through leadership development. The initiative is a partnership of the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences and the Leadership Studies program in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.

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