WVU School of Nursing now offers post-master’s certificate in Nurse Executive Leadership
From bedside to boardroom – nurse leaders make an impact on policy and patient care at all levels. A new certificate program from West Virginia University's School of Nursing is available to help prepare nurses who are exploring a career path in leadership.
WVU to continue distributing emergency CARES grants to students
Eligible, degree-seeking students at any West Virginia University campus can receive emergency grants through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund II, part of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act. WVU will continue distributing its allotted $10,087,116 in emergency grants to students who qualify.
Participation, fundraising challenges boost impact of WVU Day of Giving
West Virginia University supporters can boost the impact of their Day of Giving contributions Wednesday, March 3, by taking part in a number of fundraising challenges planned throughout the day.
WVU confirms presence of COVID-19 variant in community
West Virginia University confirmed three cases of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 have been detected in the Morgantown area – two are WVU students.
Campus Conversation on wellbeing planned for next week
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a Campus Conversation to review the results of the WVU Wellbeing Survey and hear about the University’s plans to address employee wellness.
WVU provides COVID-19 updates on Rec Center, Commencement and more
West Virginia University has made several updates to its COVID-19 procedures after reviewing the latest COVID-19 numbers on the Morgantown campus and within Monongalia County.
Office of Health and Wellness seeking proposals
If you have a project idea related to one of the following Wellbeing Priorities, submit your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, March 5, 2021.
School of Nursing to host virtual info sessions for Post-MSN areas of study
Advanced practice nurses currently working in an acute care or psychiatric mental health setting who want to obtain an additional national certification are invited to the School of Nursing's virtual information sessions.
WVU students volunteer to assist with COVID-19 testing
With the return to campus for the West Virginia University spring semester, an array of students are volunteering to help with COVID-19 testing for faculty, staff, and incoming students.
WVU in the News: The Key to West Virginia’s Vaccine Success
As a physician focused on public health in West Virginia, I am accustomed to our state scoring low in all national measures of health. We have high rates of obesity, chronic diseases, and fatal opioid overdoses. Now, however, we are leading in the country’s most important health initiative: We are one of the states with the highest per capita distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, just behind Alaska.