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WVU celebrates alumna named West Virginia Teacher of the Year

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Amber Nichols, West Virginia's 2023 Teacher of the Year, received her master's degree in teaching at WVU and has been an educator for 21 years. She will take questions from current WVU students during an Oct. 17 celebration event. (Submitted photo)

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WHAT: West Virginia University’s School of Education, part of the College of Applied Human Sciences, hosts a celebration for Amber Nichols, a 2009 WVU graduate and West Virginia’s 2023 Teacher of the Year.

WHEN: Monday, Oct. 17, 4-6 p.m.

WHERE: Erickson Alumni Center, 1 Alumni Drive, Morgantown

WHO: Nichols, along with President Gordon Gee and College of Applied Human Sciences Dean Autumn Cyprés, will make remarks. After that, Nichols takes questions from current WVU students in attendance.

Nichols earned a master’s degree in teaching at WVU. She works as a kindergarten teacher at Eastwood Elementary School in Morgantown and has taught for 21 years.

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