For the third consecutive year, the National Inclusion Project has partnered with West Virginia University College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences to continue a program designed to enable both children with disabilities and those without to strengthen social skills and confidence through play.
A collaborative effort between the West Virginia University Extension Service and the West Virginia Department of Agriculture will teach interested individuals how to understand, develop, write and submit federal and private grant applications.
On Feb. 7, 2017, WVU will kick off the celebration of its 150 years as the state's land-grant flagship university – and at the same time recognize the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design as the foundation from which the entire University grew.
For the thirteenth year, the West Virginia University Extension Service Small Farm Center is presenting the West Virginia Small Farm Conference to help agricultural producers around the state learn about making their operations more efficient, connected and profitable.
Backyard bird feeding stations supply birds with easily accessible food during harsh weather conditions or times of migration. They also serve as an ideal bird watching and information gathering location for native birds.
In a letter to WVU faculty, staff and students, President E. Gordon Gee discusses steps the University is taking in the wake of the Executive Order suspending entry into the United States "of both nonimmigrants and immigrants" from at least seven countries for 90 days from the date the Executive Order was signed.