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WVU Parkersburg receives grant to promote diversity and equality

West Virginia University at Parkersburg has been awarded an $8,870 “Diversity for Equity” grant to fund programs that increase cultural diversity on campus and promote equal access to higher education opportunities. WVU Parkersburg’s grant funds will be used to fund

Posted in General News, Social Justice

New career services portal to benefit employers, students, alumni

West Virginia University at Parkersburg is offering new and improved services to help students and alumni find jobs and assist employers in recruiting efforts. Recently, WVU Parkersburg launched College Central Network (CCN), a career services portal. Through the site, students

Posted in Academic Affairs, Business and Economics, Career Services and Cooperative Education, Education and Humanities, General News, Health Sciences, Non-Traditional Programs, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Languages, Student Services, Workforce & Community Education

WVU Parkersburg celebrates National Surgical Technologist Week

It’s National Surgical Technologist Week, and West Virginia University at Parkersburg is taking advantage of the opportunity to promote the profession and recruit for its new associate degree in the field. On Monday, Sept. 22, faculty members demonstrated the college’s

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Health Sciences, Student Services

WVU Parkersburg hires new 3-D modeling faculty, expands program to enhance simulations and meet market demands

West Virginia University at Parkersburg has hired Callix Miller to coordinate its 3-D modeling and simulation design program. Formerly an adjunct faculty member, Miller began his new role at the start of the fall semester and is planning to incorporate

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

WVU Parkersburg, Blue Ridge CTC sign articulation agreement

West Virginia University at Parkersburg has entered into an articulation agreement with Blue Ridge Community and Technical College to provide a pathway from an associate to bachelor degree. Blue Ridge students who have completed an associate of applied science degree

Posted in Academic Affairs, General News, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics