As it celebrates its 150th anniversary, West Virginia University has outlined a mission of leading transformation, through partnership and based on the values of service, curiosity, respect, accountability and appreciation.
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice will visit West Virginia University Wednesday, March 29 as part of his "Save Our State" tour. Faculty, staff, students and community members are welcome to join the Governor in the Mountainlair Ballrooms at 2:30 p.m.
While West Virginia University remains financially stable, it faces future challenges with continued reductions in state revenue, limited ability and desire to increase tuition and competition from other institutions, the Board of Governors was told Friday (Feb. 10).
Maryanne Reed, dean of the Reed College of Media, will chair the screening committee for the new chief information officer for West Virginia University. This position will report directly to Vice Provost John Campbell.
The WVU Board of Governors on Friday (Dec. 16) authorized the administration to proceed to work with community partners to construct Mountaineer Center, a $25-$30 million health, education and wellness facility at Mylan Park.
Thomas A. Heywood, a Charleston attorney and civic leader, and Benjamin M. Statler, a retired energy executive and renowned philanthropist, have been named to the West Virginia University Board of Governors by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.