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Eberly

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Our students, alumni and faculty are reimagining the future of in-class learning and community engagement - and, in turn, the evolution of the land-grant university.

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Green Creativity: Transforming Land into Literature

The relationship between the people of Appalachia and its natural wonders has been fraught for centuries. One English class provided fertile ground for students to explore these issues through literature.

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Creating Our Own Lanes

Alumna Joy Cox is a researcher, a teacher, an advocate and an author who envisions a better world for people in marginalized communities, especially those facing weight stigma.

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Turning a Corner on Food Insecurity

With one in seven people in West Virginia struggling with hunger, a WVU collaboration is working to overcome these challenges by going straight to the source: the state’s own bounty.

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The Future of Women in STEM

Alumna Amy Keesee (PhD Physics, '06) and physics graduate student Caitlin Witt discuss the value for everyone to learn more science, how COVID-19 created obstacles and unexpected opportunities for research and why we must both attract and retain underrepresented people in STEM fields.


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Building Resilience

Fall 2020

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The Issues That Matter

Spring/Summer 2020

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Expect the Unexpected

Fall 2019

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Eberly in Service

Spring 2019

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