The book launch for “Mountaineers Are Always Free: Heritage, Dissent, and a West Virginia Icon” (WVU Press, 2020) will be held in the Event Hall at the WVU College of Law on February 24 at 4 p.m. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.
The Intersectional Health Fair, Feb. 16 in the Mountainlair Ballrooms, aims to promote healthcare while celebrating the diversity of the university and the community and is free and open to the public. Individuals from all backgrounds are welcome.
Twenty-eight semifinalists representing a record 18 West Virginia colleges and universities will compete in the 2019-2020 West Virginia Statewide Collegiate Business Plan Competition Friday (Jan. 31) in Fairmont.
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 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.