WVU provides additional COVID-19 testing information

West Virginia University is providing additional COVID-19 data to help the campus and surrounding community have a better understanding of positive test results, monitoring and response protocols.

Learning how one element—zinc—helps millions of nerve cells communicate

According to Charles Anderson—a researcher with the West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute—scientists have known for over half a century that charged zinc atoms have something to do with neuronal chatter. But with a new grant from the National Institutes of Health, Anderson will work to pinpoint exactly what zinc does, and how it does it.

WVU’s Gee: Academic year begins with challenges… and opportunities

President Gordon Gee sent a letter today (Aug. 26) welcoming West Virginia University students, faculty and staff to campus for the start of a new academic year. He called on Mountaineers to approach this unprecedented semester with transparency, empathy and kindness.

Gee Mail: Welcome home…and mask up!

In a call unifying the WVU family to embark safely and resiliently into a new academic year, President Gordon Gee welcomed faculty, staff and students back into the fold in his latest Gee Mail.

WVU students to face sanctions amid social gatherings investigation

West Virginia University Dean of Students Corey Farris announced six students have been identified as part of an investigation into parties held last weekend in the downtown areas near campus. The students will be reporting to the Office of Student Conduct and will face sanctions under the Student Code of Conduct.