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January 18, Payroll Statement

Some employees when reviewing their payroll statement for the Dec. 21 pay, noticed that the Morgantown City User Fee, $6.50, was not deducted.

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  • PRT to be in service for Baylor game

    The Personal Rapid Transit system will only be in operation from 6:30 p.m. – midnight Jan. 21 for the basketball game against Baylor at the Coliseum. Tip-off is slated for 9 p.m.

  • Apply to be a member of the WVU Council for Women's Concerns

    We are accepting applications for 2019-2020. Council members serve three-year terms. The council meets once per month and each member is assigned committee membership based upon their interests. The application deadline is March 21 at 5 p.m.

  • WVU Libraries and the Teaching and Learning Commons collaborate on Open Educational Resources Grant

    WVU Libraries and the Teaching and Learning Commons are partnering to support the use of and the development of Open Educational Resources through a grant program for instructors.

  • Student Leadership and Engagement to launch community-building platform

    WVU will launch a new online platform Feb. 1 to connect students to organizations and programs offered at WVU. The campus-wide resource, WVUENGAGE, creates an online community that will make it easier for student organizations to communicate with students, recruit new members and streamline information about campus events and programs.

  • WVU LaunchLab Network hosts competition on early-stage hardware startups

    In a groundbreaking new partnership, the WVU LaunchLab Network partnered with AlphaLab Gear to hold a pitch competition for WVU students and alumni. The winner of the competition earned a coveted slot in the semi-final selection round for the AlphaLab Gear Hardware Cup, which boasts a $50,000 grand prize. The Hardware Cup’s goal is “to find and highlight the most promising physical product startups in the nation,” and West Virginia University’s innovations are very promising.

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  • Poore is keynote speaker for MLK Breakfast

    The Center for Black Culture and Research is sponsoring the MLK Unity Breakfast in the Mountainlair Ballrooms at 8 a.m. Jan. 21. This year’s keynote speaker is Meshea Poore, vice president of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

  • Evansdale Library hosts Gordon Gee’s Bow Tie Collection exhibition

    This exhibit, which runs Jan. 20-May 15, takes a look at his collection and some notable times where he and his notable ties were worn and honored, with a selection of his ties, photographs and personal objects. A reception with Gee will be held Feb. 6 from 5-6 p.m.

  • WVU Collegiate Horsemen’s collecting items for yard sale fundraiser

    Donations will be accepted through Feb. 1 in 1413 Agricultural Sciences Building or at the J.W. Ruby Research Farm in Reedsville. No large items will be accepted. The indoor yard sale will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Feb. 10, in the Hazel Ruby McQuain Equine Education and Resource Center at the J.W. Ruby Research Farm.

  • Registration open for Campus Cup

    Register your team now for Campus Cup, an exciting new campus-wide event hosted by Campus Recreation. Campus Cup is a multiple-stage event that will span the entire semester and feature competitions in events such as dodgeball, ultimate frisbee, trivia and a blood drive.

  • How do communities and cultures survive after coal? A conversation with Tom Hansell

    Tom Hansell of Appalachian State University will discuss After Coal: Stories of Survival in Appalachia and Wales at the College of Law Jan. 28 from 4-5:30 p.m. Hansell will be joined by panelists Caity Coyne (Charleston Gazette-Mail) and Nicholas Stump (WVU College of Law). Ashton Marra (Reed College, WVPB, 100 Days in Appalachia) will moderate this discussion.

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VIDEO: Raising awareness about WVU efforts to prevent and treat birth defects

January is National Birth Defects Awareness Month. Dr. Matt Akers, a WVU pediatrician, talks with Inside WVU today host April Kaull about the work happening at WVU Medicine Children’s to treat babies and prevent birth defects.

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