West Virginia University at Parkersburg is partnering with the National Kidney Foundation to host a kidney screening. The screening takes place at the WVU Parkersburg College Activities Center on Saturday, Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This kidney screening event is free.
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Two West Virginia University at Parkersburg employees were recently recognized for their years of service with the state. At the September Board of Governors meeting, President Fletcher Lamkin presented Debbie Richards (40 years of service) and Jeff Olson (20 years of service) with certificates from Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.
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Students registering for the spring 2017 semester will have an easier time getting started with West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s new initiatives. These include the elimination of placement tests, an improved course schedule to provide more flexibility, and new math pathways based on career goals.
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