WVU expert: Trump speech likely to be short on health care details

With the echoes of disgruntled constituents’ questions about the future of their health care still ringing in their ears, members of congress will hear from President Donald Trump tonight (Feb. 28), in his first address to the nation’s legislative branch.

WVU well-represented at 14th Annual Undergraduate Research Day

Some of the brightest college students in West Virginia will display their work at the 14th Annual Undergraduate Research Day at the State Capitol Friday (Feb. 24). Students from 14 colleges and universities will participate, including 53 students from West Virginia University who will present in 39 posters.

WVU’s Statler College opens Career Closet

The Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources has opened the first Career Closet at West Virginia University. Engineering students can now obtain business attire on campus when needed thanks to generous donations from WVU faculty, staff, alumni, students and members of the community.

West Virginia University student creates advocacy smart phone app

A West Virginia University student has created a smart phone app that turns clicktivists into activists, in as few as four clicks. Dubbed “OSAY,” you can see WVU student innovation and entrepreneurship on display. The app launches in West Virginia today (Feb. 21).

WVU’s Statler College to officially open Career Closet, dedicate Katherine Johnson Conference Room

A ceremony will be held to officially open the Statler College’s Career Closet, as well as dedicate its Katherine Johnson Conference Room. The Closet was established by the WVU chapters of Sigma Phi Delta, Alpha Omega Epsilon and the WVU Society of Women Engineers section. It allows students to obtain business attire from clothing donated by WVU faculty, staff, alumni, students and friends.

Law clinic students win two cases for veterans

Student attorneys in the Veterans Advocacy Clinic at the West Virginia University College of Law recently won two cases in federal court. Both cases involved U.S. Air Force veterans with disability claims. Law students Kirsten Lilly, James Dorsey, C.J. Reid and Rachel Roush represented their clients in the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.