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WVU shares Community Notice about recent auto tampering incidents with students, employees

Employees and students are encouraged to be vigilant as West Virginia University Police has received five reports since Feb. 17 of auto tampering in which the vehicle’s catalytic converter had been taken. The vehicles were parked in the following lots on the Morgantown campus: Lots 200, 201 (Near the Law School); 30 (Near College Park). Similar incidents have been reported throughout Monongalia County.

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  • REMINDER: You will be unable to access many systems and services Sunday

    Many important systems and services requiring WVU Login credentials will be inaccessible from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 28) during critical updates to the single sign-on system.

  • Panda Express to open at Mountainlair

    Panda Express at the Mountainlair is scheduled to open March 2 as WVU Dining Services continues to enhance the customer experience for all faculty, staff, students and guests on campus.

  • Report injuries within 24 hours

    Any accident, injury or near miss must be reported within 24 hours. Complete the form on the Environmental Health and Safety website and email it to

  • New edition of Under the Dome now available

    Under the Dome reviews the second week of the legislative session, with highlights including the Senate Finance committee budget hearing, remote worker legislation, the soda tax and several high-profile bills introduced during the first weeks of the session

  • IDEA Faculty Fellows Program proposals needed by Sunday

    The LaunchLab, with support from the Office of the Provost, is seeking proposals from faculty at the WVU Morgantown, WVU Institute of Technology and Potomac State College campuses for the fifth cohort of IDEA Faculty Fellows. Applications for the Fellows class of 2021-2023 will be accepted until midnight Sunday (Feb 28).

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  • Kick off Women's History Month with WVU Alumni in Leadership Panel

    Join Women in Business and the Society of Women Engineers as they kick off Women's History Month with a panel of WVU alumni in leadership roles across business and STEM fields Monday, March 1, at 7 p.m.

  • Virtual #WVU5K registration to close next week

    Sign up by March 5 for the second annual Mountaineer Athletic Club Virtual #WVU5K Weekend April 23-25, an event you can complete at your convenience while supporting WVU student-athletes.

  • Register now for Benedum Scholars Virtual Showcase

    The Office of the Provost invites all faculty, staff and students to register for the upcoming Benedum Distinguished Scholars Showcase, scheduled for March 2, 5-6:30 p.m.

  • Mountaineer KidZone celebrates Read Across America Day

    WVU families with children are invited to join the Mountaineer KidZone teachers and the WVU Alternate Mountaineer Brooke Ashby, to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday on Tuesday, March 2, at 6 p.m.

  • PNC offering virtual lunch and learn sessions

    WVU Benefits Strategy invites WVU and WVU Research Corporation benefit-eligible employees to attend PNC’s spring virtual lunch and learn sessions “Credit Scores and Reports” Feb. 24 and “Safeguarding Yourself” Feb. 25. Both virtual sessions are at 1 p.m. Registration is not required.

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WVU Alert system informs faculty, staff about emergencies and more

From severe weather events to crimes on campus and important safety updates, West Virginia University uses its WVU Alert system to keep faculty and staff informed about emergencies and incidents on or near the Morgantown campus. WVU’s campuses in Keyser and Beckley have similar but separate systems.

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