• Photo of Rachael Woldoff

    Rachael Woldoff—She was inspired by an urban childhood to investigate why we live where we do.
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  • ahmed

    Five West Virginia University students are majoring in both chemistry and math. Two of them are now Goldwater Scholars, acknowledging their achievement and encouraging them to keep at it.
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    WVU student inventor Katherine Bomkamp named Newman Civic Fellow Katherine Bomkamp keeps piling up accolades. The West Virginia University sophomore, who developed a prosthetic device to help amputees when she was 16, has been named a 2012 Newman Civic Fellow.
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  • seebaugh

    Benjamin Seebaugh woke up Monday morning and expected it to be like any other day. Still groggy from the night's sleep, he checked his email and read one from his West Virginia University advisor and professor Robert DiClerico.
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    A team of students from West Virginia University has been selected to participate in the 2013 Solar Decathlon, hosted by the United States Department of Energy.
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  • stephanie-richards

    West Virginia University has three Fulbright Scholars in the same year for the first time since 1983.
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  • united-way

    The West Virginia University community raised a record $335,100 for its annual United Way Campaign, exceeding this year's goal by more than $30,000.
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  • women-in-stem

    Michelle Withers teaches her 250 undergraduates as if there's a camera crew right outside the auditorium door waiting to quiz them on scientific knowledge.
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“The bottom line is that what WVU offers to all students—incoming first–year students, international students, transfer students, graduate students, and adult learners—is unparalleled value.”

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