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Messages from the Provost

To maintain ongoing communication with WVU campuses, Provost Reed is sending monthly messages highlighting new and ongoing initiatives that support our strategic efforts. We realize messages can get lost in inboxes, so those monthly messages also will be shared here. Check back often to stay informed!

Dear WVU Faculty and Instructors:

I’m writing to you from my home office – missing the bustle of campus and the daily interaction with students and faculty. I’m sure that you, too, are feeling the absence of others and wishing we were operating under normal conditions. But as we know, that is not the case.

Read More: Weekly Update: Supporting Success

Dear WVU Faculty and Instructors:

As we learned on Wednesday, the University is strengthening its commitment to help stop the spread of COVID-19 by either shutting down or slowing down almost all on-campus activities. This will have a significant impact on our academic operations. To assist in this transition, below is information to help you prepare.

Read More: WVU Coronavirus Planning Update from Provost Maryanne Reed

Dear WVU Faculty:

With guidance from local and state health officials, the University has decided to suspend face-to-face instruction for the week of March 23-27 following spring break. We are moving all instruction online beginning on March 30 – with the exception of some lab courses that cannot be delivered remotely. This does not impact courses already being taught online. Those classes will continue as originally scheduled.

Read More: WVU Coronavirus Planning Update