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WVU Extension faculty helping bridge child care gap in West Virginia

The Apprenticeship for Child Development Specialist program — a collaboration between the West Virginia Legislature, WVU Extension and other key partners — is a statewide training program that builds a competent, sustained workforce to provide quality care and education to West Virginia children.

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  • Hazing Prevention Advocacy Network Trainings offered

    The WVU Hazing Prevention Task Force invites faculty, staff, students, families and community members to learn how to identify, prevent and report acts of hazing at WVU. In-person and virtual training sessions are available.

  • Purpose Center to host ‘All 34 Strengths Training Workshop’

    Faculty and staff are invited to dig deeper into all 34 CliftonStrengths® to help build better partnerships with teammates and understand different communications and conflict-resolution perspectives from 3-4:30 p.m. Thursday (May 23) on Zoom.

  • Tickets on sale for Blippi:Join the Band Tour!

    The new production will feature musicians playing live on stage, and vivacious, energetic and educational antics beginning at 6 p.m. Sept. 30 at the Canady Creative Arts Center. Blippi inspires curiosity in preschoolers around the world by creating content and experiences that are relatable, accessible and make learning fun.

  • University community invited to retirement reception for Jeanne Frieben

    An open house in honor of Jeanne Frieben, who is retiring after 36 years of service to WVU, will be held from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesday (May 22) at the Museum Education Center. Frieben served as the director of student records and advising for the College of Creative Arts and is an artist-level clarinet instructor in the WVU Community Music Program.

  • Monongahela River Trash Sweep planned in June

    Celebrate West Virginia Day this year by cleaning up the Monongahela River with the West Virginia Water Research Institute and Ascend WV from 9 a.m. to noon or noon to 3 p.m. June 20.

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VIDEO: The WVU family celebrates our grads!

From GoPro internships to engineering to chicken farming, our grads are more than ready for their next big thing. Hear how their experiences at WVU have equipped them with the skills, knowledge and confidence to tackle challenges and face the future with purpose.

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