Maryanne Reed, West Virginia University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, sent a letter today (Aug. 5) to the University’s students, faculty and staff announcing the revised course schedule for the Morgantown Campus.
Each year, the Chambers College awards about $462,000 to students via 100-plus scholarships made possible thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends. Those scholarship dollars have become particularly important – and meaningful to students – amid the challenges of COVID-19.
A $658,000 Walmart Foundation grant to the West Virginia University Extension Service Family Nutrition Program will help West Virginians improve their health by increasing access to fresh, healthy, locally grown foods and research-based nutrition education.
A new pilot project launched by the West Virginia University School of Medicine in partnership with the DTE Energy Foundation will deploy physicians to respond to emergencies in rural areas of West Virginia, improving access to – and quality of – emergency care to save lives statewide.
West Virginia University Dean of Students Corey Farris outlined in a letter to students today (July 21) the precautions the University will take and students will be expected to take as they return to campus Aug. 19.
Historic and systemic obstacles, made more pressing by the COVID-19 pandemic, mean current and prospective students from underrepresented groups often need financial help to start or continue their education at West Virginia University. The WVU Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is launching a crowdfunding campaign to raise scholarship support for students from these groups
The federal government has rescinded guidance, opposed by West Virginia University and other higher education institutions, that would have required international students to enroll in in-person courses to remain lawfully present in the United States.
West Virginia University announced its Return to On-Campus Work Playbook for Faculty and Staff today (July 14). WVU Vice President of Talent and Culture Cris DeBord explained the guidelines in a letter to the campus community.