Congratulations to the Mountaineer Tutoring Network and the Honors testWELL Learning Center for winning the National Tutoring Association's 2016 National Tutoring Week contest. The Mountaineer Tutoring Network held several events around WVU's campus during National Tutoring Week (October 3-7, 2016). Congratulations on this outstanding achievement!
Join us as four Honors students present on their Internship experiences from Summer and Fall 2016.
Come see the following students present on their experiences!
Need a “pick me up” before final exams start? The HSA will hold the annual Pancake Breakfast for Honors students the day before final exams begin. Stop by the FREE Pancake Breakfast on Wednesday, Dec 7th, 2016 from 9-11 am.
Student Life and WVUp All Night Activities For This Week
There will NOT be a WVUp All Night on the next two weekends due to the Fall Recess. We will resume again on December 1-3. Please enjoy your break!
On Monday and Tuesday, stop by the Mountainlair and show everyone how thankful you are for all you have in life. In conjunction with the Daily Athenaeum, Signs Plus (our sponsor), and Student Life Events, we have set up the “Thankful Tree” at the top of the two front staircases on the Mountainlair First Floor. From 10:00 am – 2:00 pm both today and tomorrow, faculty, staff and students can write their message on a colorful leaf to adorn our tree and receive a sweet treat.
On Thursday, you may want to take a ride on the Personal Rapid Transit between 4:00 and 6:00 pm if you like fabulous prizes. Pay attention to social media for details.
The Quidditch Club is selling merchandise to raise money to help with
next semester's costs. See the picture of our t-shirt design here. This design
will also apply to the long-sleeved t-shirts and hoodies. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Julie Hazen
at email@example.com to place an order.
WVU has undergone a self-survey of its Americans with Disability Act (1990) compliance. As a part of this self-survey, the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is seeking to better understand how students, faculty, staff and the community view WVU’s accessibility, both the ways in which the University is doing well, and where there is room for improvement. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey at http://go.wvu.edu/2fkdhn4.
Researchers at the WVU Health Science Center are conducting a study to examine how individuals on the autism spectrum process what they see and hear when they participate in daily activities such as going to the grocery store. They are seeking adult participants with a diagnosis of autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, or Pervasive Developmental Disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-nos). The press release explains the purpose of the study, the process, and the compensation provided. See flyer for details. Contact Paula Webster of the WVU Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy at 304-293-8227 or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions.
As a part of the LGBTQ+ Center's professional series, we are hosting the WVU School of Medicine’s Student Healthcare Alliance for Pride Equity (SHAPE) this Wednesday evening, November 9th at 6:00 p.m. to discuss with students queer representation in the medical field and applying to medical school. This program will be held in Hodges Hall G-06 and is open to all students. See the flyer for more details. If you have any questions, please contact Christine Jacobs at Christine.email@example.com.