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WVU issues Campus Warning for report of shot fired

West Virginia University students and employees are encouraged to be vigilant after University Police received a report of a single shot fired into the air in the Area 1 parking lot near the top of High Street at midnight (Saturday) Sept. 24.

WVU researchers sift through the smoke to see how burn pits make veterans ill

Researchers in the West Virginia University School of Medicine are using a customized stove in the Inhalation Facility to safely examine the harm that burn pit exposure can do. The stove burns pellets the School of Forestry has made to resemble the composition of burn pits at Iraq’s busiest military bases.

WVU’s Project TRAIN lays a new track to support children affected by addiction at home

One of every four children in the United States has a parent wrestling with drug or alcohol addiction, based on national data, and is at risk of developing a substance use disorder later in life. To break that cycle and give adults in those kids’ lives the tools to make a difference, West Virginia University’s Project TRAIN has expanded its program, originally focused on enabling K-12 teachers to support students affected by addiction, to youth camps statewide.

Gee offers welcome for start of inaugural WVU Week of Purpose

To mark the beginning of the first-ever Week of Purpose at West Virginia University, a week designed to deliver inspiring speakers, showcase University resources, offer diverse perspectives and introduce student success tools, President Gordon Gee sent a letter to the University community.

WVU plans bell-ringing ceremony to remember students

West Virginia University will hold a bell-ringing ceremony, coordinated by the Office of Campus and Community Life and Alpha Phi Omega, a national service fraternity, on Friday (Sept. 23) in remembrance of Joseph Harim, Robert Hopper, Kristen Kief and Cade Milburn.