Dr. Stephen S. Leonard, research biologist 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 Office of Undergraduate Research is seeking undergraduate students with a strong interest in research, publishing, and scholarly communication to re-launch the WVU undergraduate research journal, the “Mountaineer Undergraduate Research Review,” or MURR, in fall 2020. MURR was published in four volumes of open access journals from 2009-2014 and is accessible on the Research Repository @ WVU.
Participating students will spend the next two academic years honing marketable graduate-level skills in research, publication, and leadership and aim to create a sustainable academic fixture for students at WVU. The Office of Undergraduate Research will provide resources and guidance throughout the journal’s implementation.
Interested in learning about the connection between medicine and art, and how art can be used in the healing process? Feel a call to participate in community engagement through service, aesthetics, networking and peer interactions?
FCLT 380: The Holocaust in East European Film & Literature will be held Tuesdays from 6-9:50 p.m. by Prof. Lisa M. Di Bartolomeo.
Conceiving of the Holocaust as the most important event of the twentieth century, this course examines verbal and visual texts that involve some form of testimony to events and experiences directly or indirectly related to the Nazi Holocaust, 1939-1945.
The West Virginia Innocence Project is looking to hire 2-3 legal interns for the 2019-2020 academic year.
The internship will be on campus at the WVU Law School, and will be unpaid. Students are eligible to receive class credit for the internship through the student's department or major.