The next chapter for the former Mylan pharmaceutical manufacturing facility began Thursday, March 31, as a West Virginia University entity officially took ownership of the property on Chestnut Ridge Road in Morgantown.
A West Virginia University student who witnessed under-resourcing within her public school district growing up in central West Virginia will seek solutions to these issues as the University’s next Newman Civic Fellow.
In the days since the war in Ukraine began, West Virginia University has responded to help those in need. Currently, there are eight undergraduate students and one exchange student from Ukraine and 10 Russian students, including two undergrads and eight graduate students, attending WVU.
The human immune system is more complex than an arcade game. Immune cells don’t simply gobble up germs the way Pac-Man munches dots. Instead, a complex network of intercellular communication is necessary to keep the immune system working properly. A new study led by Kelly Monaghan—a WVU School of Medicine researcher—identifies part of that intricate process that shows promise as a target for multiple sclerosis therapies. The National Institutes of Health has funded her research.
Nitra Perry, an assistant coach for the Mountaineers for two seasons, will serve as interim head coach while a national search is conducted to replace Mike Carey who is retiring after 21 seasons leading the WVU team.
Language and the way we use it is important for more than communicating. According to two West Virginia University researchers, language has, in part, defined the way people in Appalachia are perceived—and judged—in other regions of the U.S.