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WVU Alert test planned for Wednesday

To ensure proper communication during an emergency, West Virginia University will conduct a test of the WVU Alert system on Wednesday (Sept. 18) at 11 a.m. Faculty and staff must manually register for the emergency messaging system. If you are already registered, we encourage you to update your information and ensure it is correct prior to the test.

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  • Law hosting climate change public health conference

    “Climate Change and Public Health: Addressing the Growing Crisis” will be held Saturday (Sept. 21) from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the College of Law Event Hall. Registration is free and includes a buffet luncheon.

  • Morgantown Suicide Prevention event hopes to help others ‘walk out of the darkness’

    Morgantown’s chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host its annual Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Saturday (Sept. 21) at Krepps Park.

  • West Virginia Farm to Table Charity Dinner

    There’s no better way to kick off Homecoming Weekend than with a home-cooked meal right here at WVU. Pull up a chair at West Virginia’s Statewide Farm to Table Charity Dinner and celebrate agriculture in the Mountain State with your friends and family Oct. 3 from 5-9 p.m.

  • Don’t miss out on Diversity Week events, State of Diversity Address

    WVU’s annual Diversity Week endeavors to promote celebration, education, and understanding of different identities and experiences present on our campus. Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea Poore will deliver a State of Diversity Address Monday (Sept. 16) at noon at the College of Law Event Hall. The event is open to the campus community.

  • Register now for Building Trust While Motivating Your Team

    Our Leading Through Change workshop will give you the tools you need to help your team overcome obstacles and optimize their morale, regardless of the workplace challenges, concerns, and frustrations they face.

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VIDEO: Meet WVU’s new provost

West Virginia University’s new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Maryanne Reed has been on the job since July. She talks with Inside WVUToday host April Kaull about the transition, her goals for students, faculty and staff, and spills the beans about her favorite pastime.

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