Social work students develop community resource guide

Seven Honors College students in the School of Social Work's Bachelor of Social Work program recently completed a community service project as part of their Introduction to Social Work class. They developed a community resource guide for Monongalia County, to help low-income individuals and families easily identify and access local social services and resources. 

The guide, which covers 26 service areas from AIDS/HIV services to veterans’ services, was wholly researched and designed by the students, under the instruction of Carol Amendola, the course instructor who also serves as their academic advisor and the School of Social Work's BSW program coordinator. 

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Center for Women's and Gender Studies to host Showcase Dec. 9

The Center for Women's and Gender Studies is celebrating the work of more than 250 students from WVU and Potomac State at the biannual Showcase Monday, December 9, 2-5 p.m. in the Mountainlair Ballrooms.

Engage in conversations on student-driven activism, research and feminist scholarship. Explore how social justice can be addressed through entrepreneurship and innovation.

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WVU Reed College of Media’s Integrate 2020 conference offers registration deals

Integrate, the Reed College of Media’s annual marketing communications conference, will be held May 29 – 30, 2020 in Morgantown. The conference will feature speaker sessions and workshops led by industry leaders from a number of top brands and marketing communications organizations. Get inspired, learn new skills and form new relationships for only $150 with Super-Early Bird registration until Feb. 15. Additionally, be sure to follow the WVU Marketing Communications graduate programs on social media (@wvuimc) for exclusive offers.

Register for Integrate 2020

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Fourth Annual Undergraduate Spring Symposium open for abstracts

Undergraduates from all majors are invited to submit abstracts for presentation of scholarly works at the Fourth Annual Undergraduate Spring Symposium on April 3-4 at WVU.

Projects presented April 3 will be oral, visual arts and performing arts presentations. Projects presented April 4 will be poster presentations. Abstracts (160-250 words) are due by before 11:59 p.m. March 4, 2020.

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Register now for the 2020 Jackson Hole Photography Workshop June 18-28

The Jackson Hole Photography Workshop is currently making an exciting transition in how it is offered. Based on the past success of the workshop, the Office of Global Affairs at WVU has decided to use the course as a pilot program for a tuition reduction model similar to their international programs. This means the cost of tuition will only be $50/credit for both resident and non-resident students. There will still be fees attached to the course to cover travel costs, meals, special events, visiting artists, etc., but it should be significantly less. The course will be billed through your STAR account just like tuition, so you can always arrange a payment plan as needed.

Registration for the course will be on a first-come, first-served basis. 

The CRN for the 2020 Jackson Hole Photography Workshop is 50646. You will not be able to search for this CRN, but you can add it to the ADD/DROP section. Please send an email to Michael Sherwin at ASAP expressing your interest in registering for the course, and he will provide Department Approval to the Office of Global Affairs so that you may officially register.

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Exercise Physiology information session set for Dec. 10

Students who are interested in finding out more Exercise Physiology are encouraged to attend an information session. Attendance at one session is mandatory for students who intend to major in Exercise Physiology. 

The remaining session for the fall semester is:

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