Monthly Archives: May 2014

Dr. Rhonda Tracy will be interim president

The West Virginia University at Parkersburg Board of Governors has selected Dr. Rhonda Tracy as interim president for the college beginning July 1. This selection comes after President Dr. Marie Foster Gnage’s March announcement of her plans to leave the

Posted in Academic Affairs, Foundation, General News, Workforce & Community Education

2014 Commencement live broadcast

For the first time ever, WVU Parkersburg will offer a live broadcast of the 2014 Commencement ceremony. Please use the embedded video below to view the ceremony.

Posted in Academic Affairs, Education Division, General News, Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division, Non-Traditional Programs, Nursing and Health Sciences Division, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Student Services

Sixth annual Student Awards Ceremony recognizes, honors students

Student Services and the Student Government Association of WVU Parkersburg hosted the Sixth Annual West Virginia University at Parkersburg Student Awards Ceremony Friday, May 9. The Ceremony honored distinguished WVU Parkersburg students for going above and beyond course work, and

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Student Government Association, Student Services

Return to summer hours adds flexibility, reduces utility costs

Beginning Monday, May 19, West Virginia University at Parkersburg will return to the Summer Scheduling Program. The college will extend its daily public hours to 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Some offices, such as the non-traditional studies

Posted in Academic Affairs, Athletics, Campus Projects, General News, Social Justice, Student Activities, Student Government Association, Student Services, Sustainability, Workforce & Community Education

WVU Parkersburg receives Walmart Foundation grant in support of workforce training

West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Workforce and Community Education (WCE) division has been named a recipient of a $150,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to support the Job Ready, Willing and Able (JRWA) initiative. Funding was made available through the

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Workforce & Community Education