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Gee to tour four counties, hold ‘Ask Us Anything’ event in Wheeling

Gordon Gee speaks to high school students in Morgantown.

WVU President Gordon Gee speaks to high school students during a tour.

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WHO: West Virginia University President Gordon GeeMeshea Poore, Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Ken Blemings, Dean of the WVU Honors College

WHAT: Gee will visit high schools in Preston, Monongalia, Kanawha and Cabell counties. He is also the keynote speaker at a Boy Scout Leadership Reception and Dinner in Jackson County and will attend an “Ask Us Anything” event in Wheeling. Poore, Blemings and Savannah Lusk will join Gee in Kanawha and Cabell counties.

Wednesday (April 11): Preston and Monongalia counties
9:30 a.m., Preston High School, 400 Knight Drive, Kingwood

 11:30 a.m., Trinity Christian School, 200 Trinity Way, Morgantown

  1:30 p.m., Clay-Batelle High School, 6226 Mason-Dixon Highway, Blacksville

Thursday (April 12): Kanawha and Jackson counties

  10 a.m., Nitro High School, 1300 Park Ave., Nitro

    1 p.m., South Charleston High School, One Eagle Way, South Charleston

   5:30 p.m., Boy Scout Leadership Reception and Dinner, Armed Forces Reserve, 8832 Point  Pleasant Rd., Millwood

Friday (April 13): Kanawha and Cabell counties

   9 a.m., Capital Senior High School, 1500 Greenbrier St., Charleston

    1 p.m., Huntington High School, One Highlander Way, Huntington

Tuesday (April 17): Wheeling

   5:30 p.m., “Ask Us Anything,” Oglebay Park Ballroom



CONTACT: Ann Bailey Berry
Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Outreach

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