West Virginia University
2014 marked the return of a certain quirky, bow-tie aficionado. So what better way to kick off 2015 and the new semester than with our enthusiastic president, E. Gordon Gee, offering his Top 10 'gems' of 2014? Watch the Video.
At the LaunchLab, WVU faculty, staff and students can learn how to build a business – from developing a business plan to protecting their intellectual property. Read More
The Health Sciences community welcomed back a familiar face Jan. 22. Dr. Clay Marsh, a WVU School of Medicine graduate, is the new vice president and executive dean for Health Sciences. Read More
Growing up in Fairmont, West Virginia, Taylor VanGilder only imagined seeing a shark in its natural environment, but in October she fulfilled that dream when she interned at a great white shark conservation and ecotourism program in South Africa. Read More
The STARS program (Students Achieving and Reaching for Success) prepares first-year African-American students for college life through academic training, bonding activities and cultural immersion. Watch the Video.