All WVU students are welcome to join the Exam Practice Problem Solving Session for CHEM 115 this Sunday, Oct 2nd from 2-3:45 pm in Clark Hall Room 101. Registration begins at 1:40 pm. Get prepared for that upcoming exam. See the flyer for more details. More testWELL information and study materials can be found at http://mtnrtutoring.studentorgs.wvu.edu/testw.
Getting ready for Graduate School? Here are two courses starting in mid-October to help you prepare for the GMAT (flyer) and GRE (flyer). Check out the flyers to get detailed information on registration, dates, costs, and locations. Best wishes on the test!
All of the WVU Community is invited to a dramatic read "Voices Behind the Bars: 4 Stories from Bryan Stevenson's Just Mercy on October 4th from 7-8:30 pm at the College of Law.
The Honors College and Graduate Education will perform readings from Just Mercy. Also, a panel of WVU law professors and law graduates will discuss issues raised in Just Mercy, including exonerating those who are incarcerated who have valid claims of innocence, women's issues, mental healthcare in correctional facilities, juvenile issues, and more. Check out the flyer for more details. Refreshments will follow.
Next Fall 2017, the Honors College will have a different structure for its incoming freshman class. Read more about the launch of the Honors Foundations Program of the Honors College in this press release from September 19, 2016.
Please Join WVU Neuroscience Club's next meeting on September 27th, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Life Sciences Building Room G11.
Joining our meeting will be Dr. Werner Geldenhuys, our first guest speaker of the year. His research is focused on the development of novel neuroprotective compounds to slow the progression of neurodegenerative diseases including Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease and stroke.