Gee: Fear of failure must not stop WVU, state from meeting challenges

West Virginia University’s quest for innovation can be seen in the way it addresses curriculum for students who face an ever-changing job market, the issues facing the Mountain State and in its groundbreaking research, President Gordon Gee said Monday in his annual State of the University address.

WVU bans dissociating fraternities for 10 years

Four social fraternities which have announced their intent to dissociate from West Virginia University have been banned from the campus for at least 10 years, President Gordon Gee announced Thursday (Sept. 27).

Gee Mail: Gee-SPN is kickin’ it with the women’s soccer team

The West Virginia University women’s soccer team has never had a losing season in its 22-year existence. Let that sink in. Roving GeeSPN reporter and WVU President Gordon Gee caught up with players and Coach Nikki Izzo-Brown recently to uncover what makes them consistently great.

WVU Festival of Ideas announces the fall 2018 series

This season’s Festival of Ideas at West Virginia University addresses topics at the forefront of the American conversation—from suicide prevention and genetically engineered food to civic engagement and why we should resist hate with free speech instead of censorship.

WVU warns parents about dissident fraternities

Concerned about an unfolding effort on the part of several fraternities to withdraw from West Virginia University governance, President Gordon Gee sent a letter Sunday to all students’ parents decrying the actions and warning that joining these organizations should not be an option for their students.

WVU's Eberly College to celebrate 25th anniversary

On August 21, 2018, the Eberly College will kick off a year-long celebration of the 25th anniversary of its naming. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends are invited to attend the celebration at 2 p.m. in Woodburn Circle. In case of inclement weather, the even will be moved to the Mountainlair ballrooms.