Four hundred West Virginia high school seniors can enter a pipeline of future workers in the oil and gas industry through an industry-specific training program initiated by West Virginia University Extension Service Safety and Health Extension,
In a major step towards helping create a new Mountain State economy driven by entrepreneurship and innovation, West Virginia University’s John Chambers College of Business and Economics today (Oct. 4) unveiled Vantage Ventures.
West Virginia University is expanding its presence in Charleston, leasing two floors in Equities House, a central downtown office building that will become home to several University offices in the state’s capital city.
After three days and 50 hours, Infinity Processing and Flux Iron overcame a field of 30 students in six teams to win WV Forward’s inaugural Impact Challenge Weekend competition held at West Virginia University’s LaunchLab in Evansdale Crossing.
When West Virginia University Extension Service Family Nutrition Program Health Educator Lisa Bell first heard about Marie’s House, she immediately saw an opportunity for WVU Extension Service to be a part of that solution. Each person in the community has something to bring to the table, and for Bell, that was her passion and expertise on health and nutrition.
The world around us is changing at a rapid pace. With new technologies and innovative programs, the way companies do business and the skillsets they demand is also changing. Enter West Virginia University Extension Service’s 4-H Youth Development program.
The West Virginia University Reed College of Media has announced Point Pleasant, West Virginia, as the next partner for BrandJRNY, a project that aims to revitalize communities in the Mountain State through customized branding plans that promote tourism and economic development.
West Virginia University College of Education and Human Services will expand a mathematics education project launched by an alumna in Pocahontas County to five additional school systems in an effort to improve instruction in the state.
The West Virginia University Center for Excellence in STEM Education, WV Forward and national manufacturing innovation institute Lightweight Innovations for Tomorrow, will celebrate the top two schools of West Virginia’s inaugural MakerMinded competition Aug. 23 at Tygarts Valley Middle/High School and Sept. 6 at Cabell Midland High School.
Students in rural communities across the United States, including students in West Virginia, will hone computer science skills and further developing science, technology, math and engineering education with the help of Google and the National 4-H Council.