Brad Humphreys, associate dean for academic affairs and research and economics professor in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, explains how the legalization of sports gambling in many states has affected Super Bowl betting.
Julian Givi, assistant professor of marketing in the John Chambers College of Business and Economics, encourages the pursuit of sentimentality in gifts for romantic partners along with family members, friends, recipients at school and work, family pets and others.
West Virginia University experts on early childhood classroom assistant teachers, or ECCATs, are available to discuss how legislation making its way through the West Virginia Statehouse would affect students and educators.
Strategies implemented in West Virginia schools to prevent students from dropping out helped boost high school graduation rates in the Mountain State from No. 27 to No. 3, according to West Virginia University education experts.