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WVU Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day set for State Capitol

In its ninth year, the WVU Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day will showcase those who are advancing innovation and entrepreneurship across West Virginia, and will look at ways to enhance the economic engine of the state.

WVU Dentistry to offer free clinic for children

Children 1-to-17 will get free dental services provided by West Virginia University Dental Care students at the WVU Pediatric Dentistry Clinic Feb. 7 as part of National Children’s Dental Health Month.

Twofold lesson from Auschwitz can inform modern society

WVU experts are available to comment on the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz and Monday’s (Jan. 27) live-stream from the Memorial and Museum at Auschwitz-Birkenau beginning at 9:30 in the Shenandoah Room at the Mountainlair. In addition, WVU’s Downtown Library is showcasing a selection of books around Auschwitz and featuring reproduced artwork from the Yad Vashem Art Museum that investigate how survivors reacted to the liberation through art.

WVU Law event to discuss community response to energy transition

WVU College of Law hosts “Leaving No One Behind: Ensuring a Fair Transition for Workers and Communities,” a free public education workshop which will explore how the state’s communities can respond to the world’s transition to new energy sources and technology.

WVU holds leadership role in advancement of water quality and agriculture in West Virginia and beyond

West Virginia University is leading efforts to protect water quality which affects more than 18 million people while advancing agriculture production in West Virginia and across the country. WVU will host the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Scientific and Technical Advisory Committee members, federal and state government officials and nationally recognized experts Jan. 23-24 to focus on soil health, which is a cornerstone for agricultural productivity and water quality.

Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr. through service and action

West Virginia University Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea L. Poore encourages West Virginians to recognize Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a call to action to create and strengthen more inclusive communities.