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Message from President Lamkin

A lot of exciting things are happening as we start a new semester at WVU Parkersburg! Watch this latest update from President Lamkin to hear all about it.

Posted in Academic Affairs, Alumni, Campus Projects, General News, Student Services, Workforce & Community Education

WVU Parkersburg announces student teachers for Spring 2016

West Virginia University at Parkersburg’s Education Division is pleased to announce its Spring 2016 student teachers. “This is a new beginning for twenty-four individuals who are entering into their semester of student teaching,” said David Lancaster, Chairperson of the Education & Humanities

Posted in Education and Humanities, General News

Fall 2015 graduates announced

West Virginia University at Parkersburg awarded certificates, associate and bachelor’s degrees to December 2015 graduates during commencement exercises held Friday, December 11 in the College Activities Center. Academic honors were awarded to those graduates who attained a 3.50 to 3.749

Posted in Academic Affairs, Alumni, Business and Economics, Education and Humanities, Foundation, General News, Health Sciences, Non-Traditional Programs, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Social Sciences and Languages, Student Services, Veterans

Fall 2015 president’s and dean’s list scholars announced

West Virginia University at Parkersburg is pleased to announce its President’s and Dean’s scholars for fall 2015. President’s Scholars Students on the President’s List maintain a 4.0 grade point average while earning 12 or more hours of college credit.  The

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

Lutz family gifts Oakland property to WVU at Parkersburg Foundation

The WVU at Parkersburg Foundation is pleased to accept one of West Virginia’s most historic sites. Oakland, the mansion built by James McNeil Stephenson in 1832, was gifted to the Foundation by Stephenson’s great, great grandson John Lutz and his

Posted in Academic Affairs, Alumni, Foundation, General News, Student Services