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posted on 03.20.2017
Applications are now being accepted for the fourth round of grants through an enrichment fund established by Women of WVU.  The group was established by the WVU Foundation in 2014 to provide women
posted on 02.14.2017
Non-traditional-aged, undergraduate West Virginia University students have the opportunity to receive scholarship funding through the Osher Reentry Scholarship Program, supported by the Bernard Osher
posted on 02.14.2017
So, you’ve decided to donate money to a cause or institution you passionately support. Choosing where to invest your money can be a difficult decision. But it wasn’t for the late Wirt C.
posted on 12.07.2016
The end of the semester can be a time of reflection for college students.
posted on 12.06.2016
A record $172,842 was donated this fall to help the West Virginia University Marching Band travel to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City and other performances around the state and
posted on 11.23.2016
Three West Virginia University alumni with successful careers in their chose professions have been elected to the board of directors of the WVU Foundation.  Dr. Thomas Arkle III spent 32 years
posted on 10.31.2016
A couple who has provided distinguished leadership to the state and University, a successful engineer, a service-oriented faculty member, and a dedicated athletics employee are being honored as “Most
posted on 09.26.2016
Susan S. Brewer, an attorney for more than 36 years with Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, has been elected chairperson of the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors. A resident of Morgantown,
posted on 09.16.2016
Five students from across the country, all pursuing doctoral degrees at West Virginia University, have been named 2016 Ruby Fellows. They are Quinn Jones, Eric Law, Julia Mouch, Kayla Steinberger and
posted on 09.12.2016
More than $1 million is going to assist flood victims in southern West Virginia thanks to West Virginia University alumni and friends who met a $500,000 challenge match by alumnus Ken Kendrick. On