June is a busy month at WVU, when the university opens its doors to the incoming class of 2019.
Dr. Elizabeth A. Dooley, dean of University College and associate provost of undergraduate academic affairs, recently wrote an article for The EvoLLLution titled “Access to Learning: Opportunities for Adult Learners to Excel Beyond the Baccalaureate.”
It might seem as if politics and research are far removed from each other. But, on March 4, students participated in Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol to dispel that myth. A day of research, networking and discoveries, it gave college students from across the state the opportunity to present their research in poster format and present their findings to state legislators.
On Saturday, February 28, about 80 WVU TRIO students celebrated National TRIO Day through service and student-enrichment activities. National TRIO Day, usually celebrated on the last Saturday of February, has been proclaimed a national day of service.