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What did Americans really think about the Civil War? WVUteach creates ‘Try It’ courses and hires master teachers. A study find that women are more likely to be physically assaulted in developed countries. Learn about these stories and more.

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Vox Populi

Adam Stotsky, president of Esquire Network and Communication Studies graduate, shares the wisdom he's gathered on his way to the top.

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New and Notable

According to the Food Research Action Council, 22 percent of households in West Virginia had difficulty accessing food last year. A variety of State-sponsored programs work to narrow food access gaps, but private emergency food assistance providers have increasingly become a coping strategy for struggling families.

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In Focus

Cameron Randall and Daniel McNeil report that dental care-related fear and anxiety is due, in part, to genetic influences inherited from parents. The study is one of the first to suggest that genetics, in addition to environmental factors, can be a basis for patients fearing dental treatment.

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Giving Back

A former WVU English professor's estate donation creates opportunities for undergraduate student learning. A grant fund named for longtime proponent and example of excellent undergraduate advising, Nick Evans, reaches a milestone. Learn about how alumni and friends of the Eberly College are making an impact.

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Awards and Honors

Catch up with some of the award-winning faculty and staff members in the Eberly College.

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Good Reads

Eberly scholars publish numerous books and articles every year. A short selection, bridging many disciplines, is included here.

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Experience

Although he always had an interest in history, Jack Hammersmith never planned to pursue a career in the discipline. Born in a small town in northern Ohio, Hammersmith made a few changes to his career path before he found the direction he wanted to take.

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Last Word

The focus in healthcare is shifting back to patient-centered healthcare, where physician and patient work together to determine what methods are working and how to best treat the person behind the illness. JoNell Strough, professor in the Department of Psychology, and Kristina Hash, professor in the School of Social Work, sat down to discuss how a background in humanities makes for better communicators and more effective physicians.

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