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Exporting innovation: University of Alabama to replicate Health Sciences and Technology Academy at WVU

A one-of-a-kind mentoring program at West Virginia University that supports high school students who face social and financial challenges and connects them to STEM-based undergraduate and graduate de…
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Exposure to pollutants, increased free-radical damage speeds up aging, per WVU-led study

Every day, our bodies face a bombardment of UV rays, ozone, cigarette smoke, industrial chemicals and other hazards. This exposure can lead to free-radical production in our bodies, which damages our…
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West Virginia University to close Friday, June 18, in observance on Juneteenth

West Virginia University, including the WVU Research Corp., will close Friday, June 18, following a Presidential Proclamation and separate declaration issued by Gov. Jim Justice proclaiming a state h…
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WVU to offer students, employees incentives for COVID-19 vaccine verification

West Virginia University will begin an incentive program for students and employees who have verified their COVID-19 vaccine by Aug. 1.  The program, which will begin July 1, is intended to increase …
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WVU student seeks to make change through Humanity in Action Fellowship

With a passion for human rights at home and abroad, Lily Wright, a junior Honors student double-majoring in English and French at the West Virginia University Eberly College of Arts & Sciences, has b…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - A Look at Independence

With the Fourth of July holiday still a couple of weeks away, advertisers are already turning to the airwaves and print media to urge us Americans to begin getting ready to celebrate – together. And …
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WVU Extension Service’s Energy Express on WVPB brings STEM, art, food and fun to West Virginia homes

Children and families can tune in this summer to West Virginia Public Broadcasting to engage in fun, interactive programming through West Virginia University Extension Service’s Energy Express. The s…
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New leaders named in John Chambers College of Business and Economics and Start-up West Virginia as Reyes departs for new role at UIC

Two experienced West Virginia University administrators will take the lead in the key areas of business education and innovation for the University, following today’s (June 16) announcement that Mila…
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WVU to fully reopen campuses for fall 2021 semester

With recent decreases in COVID-19 cases across the country and the knowledge that COVID-19 vaccines are extremely safe and effective, West Virginia University now plans to fully reopen its campuses t…
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WVU releases Spring 2021 Deans’, President’s lists

West Virginia University has released its Spring 2021 Deans’ and President’s lists, as well as the list of graduates for the Spring semester. WVU’s Deans’ List includes 3,859 students who maintained …
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WVU finishes third in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Year Three competition

The culmination of three years of dedication, research excellence and the work of nearly 90 students across multiple disciplines has propelled the West Virginia University EcoCAR team to a successful…
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Scholarship initiative provides $389K to students affected by pandemic

Generous support from West Virginia University alumni, donors and friends is empowering more than 400 students in need to proceed with their educations amid the enduring economic challenges of COVID-…
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Governor Justice: DataRobot to Open Office in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, WV – Governor Jim Justice joined leaders with DataRobot, the leader in Augmented Intelligence, at a ceremony today to announce that the company is opening an office in Vantage Ventures in…
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Three factors may predict first-year college students’ loss of self-control, WVU study finds

Joining a club that sparks a new interest, playing a new intramural sport or finding a new group of friends may be just as indicative of a college freshman’s loss of self-control as drinking or drug …
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Like night and day: Animal studies may not translate to humans if time of day is disregarded

Imagine being woken up at 3 a.m. to navigate a corn maze, memorize 20 items on a shopping list or pass your driver’s test.According to a new analysis out of West Virginia University, that’s often wha…
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