When the novel coronavirus prompted universities to switch from in-person to online classes last spring, both students and professors had to adopt a new workspace: the home. Tina Antill Keener—a researcher with the WVU School of Nursing—explored how that switch affected nursing students and faculty. She found that having a dedicated workspace in the home was tied to better quality of life and more resilience.
The start of conference play will be solidified in the coming weeks, with an anticipated start sometime between mid-to-late September, with the expectation that nonconference games are contested prior to the beginning of league games.
Each year, the Chambers College awards about $462,000 to students via 100-plus scholarships made possible thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends. Those scholarship dollars have become particularly important – and meaningful to students – amid the challenges of COVID-19.
INFLCR is excited to announce the launch of WVU football as its first college football partner who will be piloting the "Data Services" product offering from the INFLCR team. The new Data Services offering from INFLCR is the first of several products that the company will be rolling out as part of an innovative Name, Image, & Likeness Suite.
West Virginia’s rural residents will have more access to dental care through teledentistry —the process of connecting dentists and patients online— provided by WVU Dental Care in partnership with dentists and oral health specialists from the West Virginia University School of Dentistry.
West Virginia University has extended the payment deadline for certain fall charges so students have more time to plan after announcing a phased Return to Campus in Morgantown. The payment deadline for fall charges on July eBills is now September 1 instead of August 1.