WVU alumni, friends and fans are invited to attend a NCAA Tournament Mountaineer Meet and Greet hosted by the WVU Alumni Association at noon on Thursday, March 16th at Cobblestone Bar in Buffalo, NY (130 South Park Ave, Buffalo, NY 14203).
MorphoTrak, a key provider of biometric services to law enforcement and other agencies, will donate access to MorphoCloud, a cloud-based collection of services, to West Virginia University to support the university’s highly-regarded research and education programs in biometrics and forensics.
As part of its National Engineers Week events, West Virginia University's Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources unveiled a plaque in honor of Katherine Johnson on Feb. 21. Students Savannah Lusk and Morgan King were instrumental in the effort to honor Johnson, the first woman to desegregate WVU's graduate school.
This month, the Broadcast Education Association awarded “WVU News” first place in the Television Newscast (airing three days per week or less) category in the 2017 Festival of Media Arts competition. “WVU News” won the top honor out of more than 1500 entries.
The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia will convene at the West Virginia University College of Law on February 28 to hear arguments in three cases. The session begins at 10 a.m. in the Marlyn E. Lugar Courtroom. Admission is free and open to the public. Seating begins at 9 a.m.
Former Mountaineer football players Don Barclay and Keith Tandy had All-American playing careers while at West Virginia, leading their alma mater to many victories on the field, conference championships and bowl wins before finishing their college careers.
West Virginia University announced today (Feb. 10) that Bob and Laura Reynolds are giving $10 million to the WVU College of Business and Economics. The gift will provide initial funding for a building in their names at a new business school complex on Morgantown’s waterfront, as well as propel other academic components of business education at B&E.