The West Virginia University Department of Forensics and Investigative Science will be hosting an open house celebrating the department’s first 20 years. The event will be held on Wednesday, April 25 starting at 10:00 a.m.
The WVU Institute of Water Security and Science, in collaboration with the Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design and the WVU Media Innovation Center, will host a seminar led by Michael Hoffmann. The seminar, titled “Climate Change and Our Changing Menu,” is free and open to the public.
Students and faculty across various disciplines and colleges will have the opportunity to showcase their innovative ideas, cutting-edge inventions, working prototypes and unique business ventures throughout the day. Demo Day’s focal event will be a Student & Faculty Expo on the fifth floor of the Evansdale Crossing from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
U.S. Congressman Ro Khanna, of California’s 17th Congressional District, will meet with WVU Tech and WVU representatives on campus Monday (April 23) to discuss STEM education and industry in West Virginia.
West Virginia University College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences will host a discussion about optimizing performance in D1 football. Coach Mack Brown and Dr. John Ivy, both leaders in their fields, will review their unique partnership in combining coaching and the science of sport. The event is free and open to the public.
: West Virginia University will welcome nearly 2,500 prospective students and families to campus this weekend as part of Decide WVU Days, which gives admitted students the opportunity to explore what it means to be a Mountaineer both in and outside of the classroom.
Erika Kirby’s lecture will explore the communicative implications of how relationships – whether in the workplace, in the “home space” or beyond – can be supportive and encourage work-life integration or non-supportive and create situation of overwork and stress.
WVU President Gordon 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. Meshea Poore, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion and Ken Blemings, dean of the WVU Honors College, will join Gee in Kanawha and Cabell counties.