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Students at WVU’s Eberly and Statler colleges are using industry-leading technology in their coursework, research and more thanks to the latest in-kind software gifts from SLB.

SLB software gift aids education, research and more at WVU’s Statler and Eberly colleges

Students at West Virginia University’s Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and Eberly College of Arts and Sciences are gaining hands-on experience using industry-leading software in their coursework, research and more thanks to in-kind gifts from SLB.

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David and Dr. Jo Ann Goldbaugh Shaw

Dedicated WVU supporters honored for National Philanthropy Day

A West Virginia University alumni couple committed to boosting education, health care and more through charitable giving was honored Thursday, Nov. 17, in celebration of National Philanthropy Day.

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Bill Sheedy, West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors Chairman

Sheedy to serve as WVU Foundation Board of Directors chairman

Alumnus William “Bill” Sheedy has been elected chairman of the West Virginia University Foundation Board of Directors.

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Ken Gosnell, from left, and daughter Devon Gosnell graduated from WVU’s Statler and Eberly colleges, respectively.

$1M planned gift builds upon Gosnell family legacy at WVU

West Virginia University students pursuing degrees in political science, law and petroleum and natural gas engineering will benefit from a dedicated alumna’s planned gift estimated at more than $1 million.

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Juliet Wanosky '24

Bucklew Scholar Juliet Wanosky’s passion for engineering came to her with the help of some world-famous mouse ears and a little bit of magic.

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