WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities receives funding for next five years

The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities was awarded funding to continue serving as West Virginia’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. The WVU CED is one of 67 UCEDDs funded to address issues, find solutions, and advance research to improve the lives of people with developmental disabilities and their families.

Eberly College receives $60,000 for graduate education

Poverty, food security, teacher shortages and public health disparities are among the many issues facing West Virginia’s future. Research that meets the needs of West Virginians is at the core of West Virginia University’s land-grant mission. Graduate education is the catalyst that has the potential to solve these problems, says Gregory Dunaway, dean of WVU’s Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.

Four named to Player of the Year watch lists

West Virginia University football senior running back Justin Crawford and redshirt junior quarterback Will Grier were named today to the watch list for the 81st annual Maxwell Award, and senior safety Kyzir White and junior safety Dravon Askew-Henry were named to the 23rd annual Bednarik Award Watch List, as announced by the Maxwell Football Club.

WVU Board of Governors begins process of increased self-governance

The West Virginia University Board of Governors on Monday (July 10) began the process of enacting new policies and procedures in the wake of the state Legislature’s adoption of laws permitting more independence from the state Higher Education Policy Commission.