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WVU Parkersburg students to perform vocal recitals

Two students are performing vocal recitals as part of the Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies program at WVU Parkersburg. Sopranos Yehieli Ocasio-Kaftanic and Juliane Beckett will each perform Monday, April 10 in the Nina Phares Music Performance Room at

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WVU Parkersburg presents “Women in Literature” speaker as part of Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, West Virginia University at Parkersburg is hosting “Images of Women in Literature – Past and Present.” This guest presentation by WVU Associate Professor Ethel Morgan Smith takes place Wednesday, March 29 from 12:30 to

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WVU Parkersburg professor announces upcoming book release

Sandra Kolankiewicz, associate professor of English for West Virginia University at Parkersburg, announced the upcoming release of her new chapbook, “Lost in Transition.” Kolankiewicz describes herself as a writer of the dangers of domesticity, and “Lost in Transition” explores themes

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Dr. Baron Kelly to present “Global Citizen” lecture

West Virginia University at Parkersburg presents “Becoming a Global Citizen: Motivation, Benefits and Responsibilities” by Dr. Baron Kelly. The event takes place Monday, Sept. 26 from 12:30 to 1:45 p.m. in the college theatre and by live video stream to

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WVU Parkersburg announces two new division chairpersons

West Virginia University at Parkersburg has recently named two new division chairpersons. The new chairs are Chad Crumbaker for the Business, Accounting and Public Service Division and Rebecca Hoff for the Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences Division. Crumbaker earned

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