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WVU provides update on “campus carry” legislation

In this video, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Rob Alsop talks about how WVU’s government relations team 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.

Climb even higher with Go Beyond

Mountaineers dig deeper, venture further and go beyond what is expected. Your dedication fuels WVU’s success.

That is why we are taking the Climb Higher recognition program, previously a feature in Mountaineer E-News, to a new level.

The Go Beyond Recognition Portal offers more ways to honor colleagues who go the extra mile. Send an e-card, write on the WVU Recognition Wall or choose from other options.

To get started, visit The portal is open to all benefits-eligible faculty and staff.

Bureaucracy Busters

Tired of red tape? Let’s cut it and save time and money. With your help, the Bureaucracy SWOT Committee known as “Bureaucracy Busters” is streamlining WVU procedures. Their primary goal is to identify existing University policies and processes which are overly-complicated and limit our ability to think big and be strategic. Visit the Bureaucracy Busters website to learn more and browse improved policies. You can also submit a new idea, share how an updated policy or procedure has helped, or let the Committee know if something needs more attention or training.


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