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WVU researchers receive $5.5M to examine methane emissions at oil and gas sites

Over the next three years, researchers with the West Virginia University Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions will try to gain a robust understanding of where and why leaks of methane and other gases happen, and their effects on local air quality and global climate, with the support of $5.5 million in U.S. Department of Energy funding.

WVU Day of Giving sets new records for dollars raised, gifts received

Supporters of West Virginia University donated a record $18.1 million Wednesday (March 22) during the University’s sixth Day of Giving. More than 8,200 gifts were made during the 24-hour online fundraising event held across the University system, also a new record.

WVU researchers working to get people with hip pain moving

Although it’s well known that regular exercise can reduce musculoskeletal pain, some chronic pain sufferers avoid it hoping to minimize their symptoms. One West Virginia University researcher aims to change this behavior in people experiencing chronic hip pain by developing a biopsychosocial intervention addressing the physical and psychological aspects of rehabilitation simultaneously.

Participants in WVU Day of Giving can boost gift impact

West Virginia University supporters on Day of Giving, set for Wednesday (March 22), will have many opportunities to amplify the reach of their gifts through a variety of challenges scheduled for the day.

Working in service: WVU research reaches all of West Virginia

Breakthroughs and research expertise nurtured at West Virginia University extend far beyond its labs, experimental sites and classrooms. These public research contributions will be celebrated during the fifth annual Research Week, beginning March 20.

Santmyer, Dozier elected WVU Student Government Association leaders

The campaign for West Virginia University student body president and vice president ended Wednesday evening (March 8) as the Student Government Association Judicial Court certified Madison Santmyer and Brogan Dozier as president and vice president, respectively, for the 2023-24 academic year.