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WVU Extension experts provide summer fire safety advice

May is National Wildfire Awareness Month, and from campfires to grilling safely and all the summer fun in between, West Virginia University experts offer advice on marking fire safety off your seasonal bucket list.

Tick talk, WVU Extension expert offers tips on avoiding ticks

As spring blooms and people spend more time outside, exposure to ticks and the diseases they carry increases significantly. Carlos Quesada, a West Virginia University Extension entomology specialist, is providing helpful information and advice about how to avoid tick bites this season.

WVU Army ROTC to commission 14 new officers

The West Virginia University Army ROTC Mountaineer Battalion will commission 14 cadets as second lieutenants during the Spring Commissioning Ceremony on May 9.

WVU researchers to share expertise at international conference on mine water, reclamation

West Virginia University will co-host the 2024 Mine Drainage Task Force Symposium and 15th International Mine Water Association Congress, bringing together mining, water and reclamation experts from around the world who will provide the latest updates on research, regulations and practices involving mine drainage, water quality and rare earth element extraction.

Renowned WVU astrophysicists to shed light on their cosmic discovery

Two West Virginia University astrophysicists, credited with helping discover fast radio bursts — intense, unexplained pulses of energy, coming from billions of light years away, that pop for mere milliseconds — will discuss their research and discovery as part of their Shaw Talk for the University.