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Gee Mail: Finding Strength in Change

Change, while it can be unsettling, is a necessary part of life’s expedition. In this video, WVU President Gordon Gee talks about the decisions that changed him from a Utah teen dreaming of a medical career to becoming a university president. He also discusses the role CliftonStrengths play in his leadership approach today and how he wishes he had these tools earlier in life.

Six WVU alums to join Academy of Distinguished Alumni

Six West Virginia University graduates who are leaders in the fields of cybersecurity, media, finance, athletics and military operations will become the newest inductees into the WVU Alumni Association Academy of Distinguished Alumni during a May 5 ceremony at the Erickson Alumni Center.

WVU permanently adopts test-optional admissions policy

With the move, West Virginia University becomes the first public higher education institution in the Mountain State to permanently adopt a policy implemented temporarily during the COVID-19 pandemic.