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WVU will offer additional in-person instruction this spring

West Virginia University will offer additional in-person and hybrid classes during the spring 2021 semester, which will begin on January 19. The University will continue its strategy from the fall of…
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COVID-19 heightens urgency of advanced care planning, according to WVU study

No one likes to think about their own mortality. But COVID-19 has shoved life’s dark questions to the forefront: “What if I’m hooked to a ventilator and can’t speak?” “If my heart stops beating, do I…
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WVU researchers continue studies to decrease stroke morbidity and mortality

A group of West Virginia University researchers will continue a basic and translational study to decrease the morbidity and mortality related to stroke.WVU School of Medicine researchers Courtney DeV…
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Backyard Brawl moved to 2023-24 season

The men's basketball game between West Virginia University and the University of Pittsburgh that was scheduled to take place this season in Morgantown has been rescheduled to the 2023-24 season.
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Starbucks at The Market @ UPlace temporarily closed due to COVID-19 exposure

The Starbucks location at The Market @ UPlace temporarily closed today (Oct. 15) after West Virginia University was notified of a COVID-19 exposure at the storefront. WVU immediately implemented its …
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Poore calls for sustained engagement in WVU’s journey toward social justice in State of Diversity address

In the face of the dual pandemics of coronavirus and racism, West Virginia University Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Meshea L. Poore called Mountaineers to action.“We talk about M…
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Chambers College innovation, research expertise built momentum for West Virginia in Hyperloop process

In the fall of 2018, possibilities were being redefined in West Virginia.John Chambers, two-time West Virginia University alumnus, former CEO and Chairman of Cisco Systems Inc., and founder and CEO o…
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Emergencies: Be Prepared

It is certainly news to no one that autumn is here and winter just around the corner. Nor, regrettably, is it news that the death toll from the coronavirus continues to mount and that the majority of…
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WVU collaboration earns $1.35 million POWER grant to reduce impact of substance abuse, develop a healthy workforce

McDowell County—in the southern coalfields of West Virginia—is the second-most at-risk in the nation for an HIV outbreak related to drug injection. Neighboring Wyoming and Mercer Counties follow clos…
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WVU partners with the CDC to conduct mask observation study, reports encouraging baseline results

The rate of COVID-19 positivity among young adults has been higher than other age groups during July and August. And, while the West Virginia University community is no stranger to doing its part to …
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WVU collaborative receives funding to provide opioid crisis training to educators

The gap in training for teachers related to the opioid crisis’ effect on students is being filled by a West Virginia University partnership that will develop and distribute materials to help the stat…
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Kansas game to be televised on FOX

The Big 12 Conference has announced that WVU's Saturday, Oct. 17 Big 12 Conference football game against Kansas now will be televised on FOX at noon ET. The game was originally slated to be aired on …
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WVU announces next steps in efforts to address campus racial inequities

West Virginia University is moving forward with recommendations to address critical and long-standing issues related to racism and inequality on its campuses.President Gordon Gee announced the creati…
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Gee outlines successes, challenges and opportunities in annual State of the University address

A global pandemic, ongoing concerns about racial injustice and continued debate about the value and relevance of higher education in our daily lives set the virtual stage for West Virginia University…
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WVU-led physical activity community program thrives, despite COVID-19, seeks new applicants

Amidst a global pandemic, exercise has become a more valuable tool in boosting immune systems and managing stress, according to West Virginia University researchers. Thanks to a program spearheaded b…
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