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WVU Alumni Association Board of Directors welcomes new members

The West Virginia University Alumni Association Board of Directors has appointed Gregory Darby, Darren Feeley, Thomas Flaherty, James “Rocky” Gianola and Tracy Schoenadel to serve six-year terms on the board.

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Announcements

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Events

  • 2019 Summer Harp Week scheduled for the end of July

    The Community Music Program announces its last summer activity: the 2019 Summer Harp Week July 29 - Aug. 2, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m, daily.

  • Miracle Treat Day - July 25

    Dairy Queen’s Annual Miracle Treat Day is coming up July 25 when $1, $2 or all proceeds from every blizzard bought at participating DQs across West Virginia will be donated to our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital, WVU Medicine Children’s.

  • REMINDER: 4-H Business Camp begins July 28

    At this week-long day camp, July 28- Aug. 2, students will be guided through a dynamic entrepreneurial environment.

  • REMINDER: Deadline to request book recycling pickup is Wednesday

    WVU Sustainability is holding the second of its biannual book recycling drives the week of July 22. This effort is intended primarily for hardback books, but you may also include paperback books, journals, magazines and pamphlets, as well.

  • WVU community invited to a career mentoring panel

    What is it like to work in a non-academic setting relative to an academic setting? Can you transition from academia to non-academia or vice versa? What non-academic jobs are available for students in your field? A panel of professionals from non-academic settings will answer these questions and more about their professional lives on Tuesday (July 16) from 8:30-9:45 a.m. in 122 Ming Hseih Hall.

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Videos

VIDEO: New art museum director sees opportunities to engage and inspire

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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