West Virginia University faculty members in fields ranging from law to health to water quality can provide insights into potential community effects near the East Palestine, Ohio, site of the Feb. 3 train derailment and subsequent chemical fire.
The West Virginia University Extension Small Farm Center will host a four-day conference in Charleston offering an affordable opportunity for West Virginia farmers to learn how to adapt their enterprises to meet rising demand for local foods while increasing profitability.
As part of a weeklong experiential learning collaboration in industrial hygiene, the West Virginia University School of Public Health will host graduate students and faculty from the University of Puerto Rico for an interactive workshop.
The West Virginia University Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources will host the VEX Robotics Competition Feb. 18-19, challenging student teams to design, build, program and drive a robot with the goal of preparing them to become future innovators.
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.