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Applications now being accepted for Learn and Earn diversified agriculture program

WVU Parkersburg and Bob’s Market are partnering to offer a new cooperative education program where students will be paid while they earn a 30-hour degree certificate in diversified agriculture. This program links classroom theories and instruction with practical work experience.

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WVU Parkersburg prepares for ethane cracker plant, hires economist to study industry needs

West Virginia University at Parkersburg recently hired Dr. Tom Witt, economist and managing director of Witt Economics, to identify the major industries and staffing needs associated with the proposed ethane cracker plant. He delivered his report on Oct. 8 at

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Board of Governors appreciative of interim president’s dedication

Last week the West Virginia University at Parkersburg Board of Governors announced 12 semi-finalists in its presidential search. Following the meeting, Chair Gerard El Chaar expressed the board’s appreciation of Dr. Rhonda Tracy for leading the college during this time

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WVU Parkersburg announces semi-finalists in presidential search

The presidential search committee for West Virginia University at Parkersburg met Wednesday, Oct. 8 to narrow applicants down to 12 semi-finalists. The candidates will be asked to submit videos, which will be reviewed by the committee Nov. 1 – 11.

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Board of Governors to meet Oct. 8

West Virginia University at Parkersburg Board of Governors will meet Wednesday, Oct. 8. The meeting will take place at 3:15 p.m. in room 2209. View the complete agenda: 

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