In collaboration with local veteran support organizations, West Virginia University will commemorate the 79th anniversary of Pearl Harbor on Monday, Dec. 7, at 9:30 a.m. including a 21-gun salute with three volleys fired at 9:50 a.m.
The WVU College of Law will host a free webinar on the Electoral College Nov. 3 (Election Day) at noon. Topics include what a vote for president means, the history of the Electoral College, how it works, criticisms and possible reforms.
The State of Innovation: The Top Emerging Technologies Poised to be Key Drivers of a Post Pandemic World Seminar to be held on Monday, (Oct. 26) and hosted by the Chambers College Center for Financial Literacy and Education and is sponsored by Leidos as part of the Leidos “Future of Business” Seminar Series.
With the increase in artificial intelligence across industries, the Chambers College Distinguished Speaker Series, in conjunction with Vantage Ventures, is hosting an Ethics in AI Panel. Experts David Fragale, Laure Kornhauser and Tim Duncan will lead a thoughtful discussion on the implications of AI, followed by a Q&A session.
Chris Herren, former NBA player and advocate for prevention of substance abuse will speak at the Hardesty Festival of Ideas Speakers Series on Wed. Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. Herren will answer questions following the presentation and will be moderated by Frankie Tack, a West Virginia certified advanced addiction counselor.
Poore will deliver her annual State of Diversity address that includes a status report designed to celebrate successes and acknowledge opportunities for growth as WVU strives to create the safe, diverse and welcoming community every Mountaineer deserves.