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National awards, titles add up for WVU graduate

In his first year as a head coach, West Virginia University alumnus Dan Stratford used what he learned as a student and assistant coach to lead his team to the NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer National Championship.

Utah overpowers WVU in Heart of Dallas Bowl

West Virginia's offense, without several key playmakers including starting quarterback Will Grier, played in a fog thicker than Tuesday's (Dec. 26) Dallas weather that enveloped the Cotton Bowl, and the Mountaineers fell to Utah, 30-14.

WVU alumni create six new scholarships for business school students

New scholarships will spark innovative thinking and enable students at the West Virginia University College of Business and Economics to dive into new experiences through their courses, internships, study abroad programs, student organizations and beyond.

WVU nursing researcher intervenes between patients and loneliness

Laurie Theeke, a nurse practitioner in the West Virginia University School of Medicine and associate professor in the WVU School of Nursing, developed the Listen program to give lonely people the skills to explore what makes them lonely and devise strategies to feel more connected.

Football Signing Day starts Wednesday

The first football early signing period takes place Wednesday (Dec. 20), and will once again have all of the signings. All signings will be officially announced via twitter (@wvufootball) before being posted to the website.

Nationally recognized lifestyle medicine expert named dean at WVU Eastern Campus

Diabetes and endocrinology expert Dr. Emma B. Morton-Eggleston was recently named associate vice president of Health Sciences and dean of West Virginia University’s Eastern Campus. She has been serving in an interim role following the retirement of former dean and associate vice president, Konrad C. Nau, M.D., in August.

Donors contribute $100K to WVU Foundation’s 2017 Pride Travel Fund

More than 800 donors contributed over $100,000 to the West Virginia University’s Pride Travel Fund this fall in support of the Mountaineer Marching Band. The annual campaign was established to help defray the costs of travel for the band, including transportation, hotels and food for the more than 350 members and staff.