On Monday morning, around 1,300 WVU employees received an email offering them a potential voluntary separation from the University in exchange for a year or half a year’s pay.
Starting July 1, Maryanne Reed will become WVU’s provost, where she plans to use her 26 years of experience at the University to begin the next chapter of academic affairs at the institution she’s been a part of since 1993.
Five WVU women have been awarded the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship to teach English abroad next year. The Fulbright Program is a U.S. government international exchange program where recipients are given a stipend to study, teach or conduct research while increasing mutual understanding b…
Morgantown native, WVU alumnus and political columnist Michael Tomasky came back home to the University on Monday to answer questions about his new book “If We Can Keep it: How the Republic Collapsed and How It Might Be Saved.”
Faculty and students celebrated the Creative Art Center’s 50th anniversary and the opening of the new art exhibit titled “Collective Insight: The Harvey and Jennifer Peyton Collection” at the WVU Art Museum on Friday.
The WVU Board of Governors voted Friday to increase resident and non-resident tuition and fees for the 2019-20 academic year, but by the lowest rate in more than 20 years.
Erin Winstanley talked a lot during Monday’s panel addressing the stigma around drugs and opioids, but she put emphasis on one message.
Isaac Obioma and Abbi Yachini have stepped out of their roles as Student Government Association president and vice president, and they now prepare to take a step toward the graduation podium to accept their diplomas.
While campaigning to become the next Student Government Association administration, the Focus ticket ran on restructuring SGA so that it works for all students.
WVU Online will begin charging an additional support fee for online courses starting in the Fall 2019 semester.
WVU hosted Academic Media Day on Monday at the Erickson Alumni Center, with multiple presentations focusing on climate change and its impact on people and environment.
Two speakers discussed the importance of WVU’s R1 research status and finding new clean energy solutions at the WVU Academic Media Day for Climate Change on Monday.
The Colorado State University Board of Governors approved WVU Provost Joyce McConnell as CSU's first woman president on Friday.
A Monongalia County Circuit Court judge denied a request made by a suspended WVU women’s basketball player to become eligible for the team’s postseason run.
An ambassador for the National Down Syndrome Society gave a lecture on Tuesday about the interactions between people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and law enforcement.
Due to the Business Administration minor being dropped and BUSA courses being phased out, students working toward completing the minor must take BCOR classes that will take the place of a required class.
After more than 23 years of dedication to West Virginia University, Provost Joyce McConnell may soon be leaving for the president’s position at Colorado State University after being named the finalist for the position earlier this month.
WVU President E. Gordon Gee discussed next year’s tuition, campus carry and the Spruce Street snow day riot among other issues in an interview with the DA staff on Thursday.
WVU students will now have the opportunity to focus their studies on the rich culture of the Appalachian region through the new Appalachian Studies minor set for the Fall 2019 semester. Any undergraduate student on the Morgantown campus is eligible to enroll.
The DA's Temitayo Adesokan had a chance to sit down for a candid interview with WVU President E. Gordon Gee about his tenure as president, his bow ties, and his interactions with students.
Over St. Patrick’s Day weekend, which for WVU occurred from last Saturday to Monday, University Police issued 29 charges related to the holiday festivities, according to the WVU crime log:
A program that provides child care assistance to low-income WVU student parents is now up and running again after the program was cut last June.
WVU provost and vice president for academic affairs Joyce McConnell has been named as the finalist for Colorado State’s president’s job, and will likely leave after more than 24 years at the University.
WVU students and faculty, community members and local delegates attended a candlelight vigil Wednesday night in Woodburn Circle honoring the victims of the recent shooting in Christchurch, New Zealand.
WVU President E. Gordon Gee touted the University's R1 research status and vision for the Mountain State on Tuesday during the spring 2019 State of the University address.
The campus carry bill is dead, for a second time.
Eleven individuals have been served arrest warrants over their involvement in the Spruce Street riots on Feb. 1.
Kate Dye and Madison Matheny will serve as next year’s SGA president and vice president after a sweeping election win Wednesday night.
The WVU chapter of the NAACP issued a statement on Wednesday to the University disapproving the way WVU handled its investigation into the hanging baby doll, which had a blackened face, found at the Alpha Phi sorority house.
Voting for the 2019 Student Government Association election has begun.
Update: The campus carry bill was voted down in the Senate Judiciary Committee by a 7-9 vote Tuesday night.
Update: Headline and article changed to include WVU news release information on Sunday night. Additional information from the international sorority added in at 3:30 p.m. on Monday. Information from Morgantown public information officer added at 11 a.m. on Tuesday.
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