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posted on 07.19.2011
Alumni and friends of West Virginia University contributed a record $96.3 million in cash, pledges and in-kind gifts in the most recent fiscal year, reflecting a confidence in the University's
posted on 07.15.2011
Alumni and friends of West Virginia University and the Mountaineer Marching Band are being asked to help the band travel this fall, including a planned trip to Piscataway, N.J. for the Oct.
posted on 07.13.2011
The Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation awarded four separate grants to West Virginia University between April and June totaling $622,000. The programs and initiatives receiving grants made through
posted on 06.28.2011
Graduating seven members of the family from West Virginia University is an impressive feat. Holding 12 WVU degrees between these seven is even more impressive.
posted on 06.21.2011
“Provincetown” prints by Grace Martin Taylor are coming to the Art Museum at WVU, where they will help form a complete set of white-line woodblocks by the noted West Virginia artist who studied with
posted on 06.20.2011
In a state that is rich in culture and tradition, you have people, families and businesses that help to make it that way, like that of Blenko Glass Company. The Blenko Glass Company continued their
posted on 06.06.2011
The West Virginia University Foundation is recognizing one of WVU’s biggest benefactors by permanently naming one of the Foundation’s most significant awards in his honor. Established in 2005, the
posted on 06.02.2011
The West Virginia University Foundation is recognizing those alumni and friends of WVU who have created endowed scholarships and fellowships over the past year. Thirty-three donors will be honored by
posted on 06.01.2011
The West Virginia University Foundation has announced the recipients of its 2011 Outstanding Philanthropy awards. The awards honor those donors who display exceptional generosity, commitment,
posted on 05.26.2011
West Virginia University’s School of Medicine and Department of Intercollegiate Athletics will both benefit from a $5 million gift from the Cline Family Foundation. Two million dollars will be used

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