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Greetings WVU Honors Students!
I hope that your semester is off to a great start. As an Honors student, you have already distinguished yourself among the WVU community. How would you like to further develop your current leadership skills and abilities? If you answered yes to this question, then consider applying to be a student staff member for the Adventure WV First Year Trips (formerly Orientation Trips) program! Please read on for more information.
Experience Czech culture firsthand! Join Dr. Di for the trip of a lifetime to Prague, the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic.
Learn about architecture, café culture, and historic beer-making as we explore Prague, including the historic Jewish Quarter, art nouveau treasure the Municipal House, castles, churches, and more! Outside Prague, you'll visit the famous medieval Bone Church in Kutna Hora; the former Nazi ghetto of Theresienstadt; the mountain resort town of Český Krumlov; the home of the original Budweiser brewery, České Budějovice; and many other wonderful places!
Have a nicely decorated room in Honors Hall?
Honors Hall is looking for enthusiastic students who love WVU and the Honors College who are willing to have their room used as a showcase room for Honors Hall tours.
The WVU Philosophy Department is hiring a WVU student assistant for THE QUESTION, WVU’s online discussion forum that promotes philosophical reflection on big questions.
Applications are now open for Mr. & Ms. Mountaineer!
Like kids? Aiming for a career in healthcare or education? Join PEP – Fun for the Fight! The Pediatric Entertainment Program (PEP) is an international charitable organization with the goal to help alleviate the stress child patients incur during their hospital stays. Applications due by Sept. 16.
Two opportunities are available for students interested in coaching:
Dr. Jianhai Du’s Lab is looking for highly motivated undergraduates interested in biomedical research on biochemistry in neurodegenerative diseases.
WVU's Pre-Medical Club will be having its first meeting of the semester this Wednesday, Aug. 30 at 7 p.m. in Oglebay 117.
At the meeting, club advisor Dr. Ferrari will introduce himself and what he does at West Virginia University. Representatives from MedCoach and Catalyst will share opportunities to get involved in their programs.