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As Mountaineers, we have always been known for our resilience, but we’ve been called to reach new heights as we have faced adversity due to the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustice and economic insecurity.

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Opposites Attract

For alumnus Gary McKown and wife Jill Meuser, their education and the teachers they met along the way shaped their lives forever. Now they want to pay it forward.

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Hardwood and Harmony

The vast rolling hills of West Virginia and their storied history come alive in the sounds of Appalachian folk tunes in a new museum exhibit from the Department of History.

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Building Resilience in Families

New research from the Department of Psychology is helping parents and caregivers communicate with and support their children during this unusually stressful time.

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Connecting Appalachia and the Arab World

Since graduating in 2019, Clara Haizlett ( International Studies and Spanish, ’19) has been exploring the cross-cultural dialogue between her native Appalachia and the Arab world, which she experienced extensively while a WVU student.

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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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