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Growers bugged by pests find help from WVU Extension

Pests are a pain, so the West Virginia University Extension Service is reaching out to growers and gardeners around the state about the dangers of pesticides and how to incorporate safe alternatives — such as barriers, insect traps and introducing predatory insects that feed on pests.

Five students named WVU Mountaineers of Distinction

Recognized for their exemplary academic achievement and extracurricular involvement, Matthew Hudson, Giana Loretta, Sonia-Frida Ndifon, Trevor Swiger and Callyn Zeigler have been named the West Virginia University 2022 Mountaineers of Distinction, a Mountaineer Week tradition.

WVU Board of Governors tackles student success, budget adjustments

The University is also designing a new budget model which will focus on revenue generating units that allocates revenue and expenses more clearly and is aligned with WVU’s strategic objectives. The FY24 budget will be based on the new model and factor in the state’s new higher education funding formula.