Students still in need of an Honors course for this fall can consider HIST225. Students will learn about the history and current situations in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.
Two highly motivated undergraduate students are being sought for summer 2018, with the potential to extend to following semesters. Dr. Teiya Kijimoto’s lab studies the following:
The developmental and genetic underpinnings of insect development in the context of symbiosis
The Honors Student Association (HSA) will be voting on changes to the HSA Constitution at the meeting Wednesday, April 11 at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Lincoln Hall Theater.
A researcher in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders in the College of Education and Human Services on the Evansdale Campus is currently recruiting native-Arabic speakers to participate in a language study to examine characteristics of speech sound acquisition in Arabic and English.
Visit this page for information on selecting your Honors course for fall, including
how to see all available Honors courses in STAR, as well as course descriptions for
select Honors courses.
Check the Registrar's website for information on your priority registration date.
This page will be updated as information becomes available on course changes and new course offerings.
Principles of Accounting, ACCT 202: Presha Neidermeyer
Utilization of accounting information for purposes of managerial control and decision making; cost concepts, profit and financial budgeting, analysis of financial statements.
Dr. Stephen S. Leonard, PhD, Research Biologist CDC/NIOSH, Adjunct Professor WVU School of Pharmacy, asks “Are you interested in a career in a laboratory doing toxicology, biochemistry or microbiology type of work?”
Dr. Leonard, who is located at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in Morgantown, is looking for motivated students interested in developing their “wet” lab, research, presentation and scientific writing skills.
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (HEPC) is seeking
legislative interns for the regular session of the West Virginia Legislature,
generally January through the end of April or early May.
Students must be currently enrolled in political science, public administration, pre-law, or journalism programs. Interns should be prepared to work standard office hours, five days per week, and are responsible for securing their own lodging in Charleston for the duration of the internship. The agency supervises two students who serve as legislative interns for the regular session of the West Virginia Legislature.
Interested students should submit their resumes by Oct. 31.
Interns attend daily floor
sessions and education-related committee meetings during the regular 60-day
session of the Legislature, and provide written reports of the debates and
bill summaries to the HEPC’s senior staff at the end of the day. The students obtain copies of legislation and related materials,
track bills and policy discussions, and they help monitor higher education
legislation that is introduced and debated throughout the legislative process.