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REMINDER: WVU inclement weather policy outlined for students, faculty and staff

Should conditions occur making travel potentially dangerous, both students and employees are reminded to use their own good judgment before venturing out.

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  • ITS Service Desk hours changing for Thanksgiving break

    The ITS Service Desk will be closed on the following dates for Thanksgiving break: Saturday and Sunday (Nov. 17-18) and Nov. 21 through Nov. 24. Normal academic hours resume at 10 a.m. Nov. 25.

  • New edition of Under the Dome updates the 2018 midterm election

    Under the Dome delivers a review of the issues considered by State Government and the 83rd Legislature during its Second Session and provides information on matters that affect WVU and higher education. This edition covers updates on the 2018 election.

  • DreamCatchers music therapy and musical theatre program spring registration

    The spring program will begin practicing Jan.10 and end with a performance May 2. Participants of all ability levels between the ages 5-18 are welcome. Registration for a single semester costs $100 and includes weekly classes, DreamCatchers t-shirt, music and script, family ice cream social event and end of semester cast party. Practices will take place Thursday nights from 6-7 p.m. at the Museum Education Center on the Evansdale Campus.

  • University Thanksgiving recess transportation schedule

    The Personal Rapid Transit system, Campus Bus Shuttle and ADA Service will not be in operation during the Thanksgiving recess (Nov. 17- 25) with the exception of Nov. 23 for the WVU football game.

  • WVU Governance Rule 1.4 out for public comment

    West Virginia University Governance Rule 1.4 – Ethics, Conflict of Interest, and Outside Consulting Arrangements has been posted online for public comment. This proposed rule is technically amending BOG Policy 17 – Ethics.

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  • Matching, participation gift challenges part of today’s WVU Day of Giving

    The University is holding its second annual Day of Giving today (Nov. 14). The 24-hour online event raises money for scholarships and the greatest needs of WVU and individual colleges and schools. You’re encouraged to make gifts and sign donor thank you cards at the Mountainlair, Evansdale Crossing and Health Sciences Center pylons area from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. today on the Morgantown Campus. A special Day of Giving event is also being held at WVU Tech in Beckley at the Chick-fil-a on Eisenhower Drive from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

  • Frontline Professionals Meeting today

    Check out a Frontline Professionals Meeting today (Nov. 14) from noon -1 p.m. in the Shenandoah Room of the Mountainlair. Today's topics include updates and overviews on new initiatives from offices that focus some of our special populations - Veterans Affairs, Global Affairs and a new program for Underrepresented Minority Students - RiseWVU.

  • REMINDER: Blue Zones Project WVU Transformation Presentation and Food and Friends

    Join Blue Zones Project today (Nov. 14) at 5 p.m. at the Erickson Alumni Center for a presentation by national speaker Nick Buettner about improving well-being for citizens of Morgantown

  • Thousands of young students to attend WVU health, wellness event in conjunction with women’s basketball game

    The women’s basketball team will play host to Bryant Thursday (Nov. 15) in the WVU Coliseum at 10 a.m. The game will promote and support Education Day. An estimated 8,000 local elementary and middle schools will be in attendance for the 10 a.m. tipoff. Admission is free for all fans.

  • Secular Student Alliance hosts American Atheists presentation

    The Secular Student Alliance will host Jim Helton, national field organizer for American Atheists, for a presentation titled "The Time Is Now" at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (Nov. 14) in Oglebay Hall room 102

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WVU prepares for Day of Giving, 24-hour online fundraising effort

The Day of Giving, a 24-hour online fundraising effort Wednesday, Nov. 14, is a simple way for West Virginia University supporters to contribute to WVU. In the latest edition of Inside WVU today, B.J. Davisson, senior vice president of development for the Foundation, explains why this event is critical to the University’s mission.

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