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WVU art professor focuses on Indigenous America in new photography book

Few people regularly consider the history of the land where they do their grocery shopping, get gas or pick up dinner. What came before, though, serves as inspiration for Michael Sherwin, an associate professor of art in West Virginia University’s School of Art and Design, whose new book, Vanishing Points,” is due to be released on July 6.

High school students gain ‘ACCESS’ to college through WVU program

As Gen Zers consider what their futures hold in a post-pandemic world, the majority of high school students who are considering college now value affordability, community and an immediate career path over the student experience – and hundreds are earning credits toward their degree by taking college-level coursework through the West Virginia University High School ACCESS program.

WVU students build community, advance learning outside the classroom, offset cost of higher education

Opportunities to serve faculty, staff and fellow students abound for student employees at West Virginia University who also advance their learning outside the classroom and offset the cost of earning their degrees. Two students, employed by the Division of Student Life creates programs that advance the University’s mission, develop and build community on campus and help campus offices operate more efficiently, have been recognized for their leadership and service through the Herman L. Moses Scholarship.