The Market at Health Sciences to undergo changes with new Sodexo agreement
The Board of Governors recently approved the selection of Sodexo to assume dining services operations, which includes The Market at Health Sciences. Specific food options are still being determined, and WVU is working with Sodexo to present the best solutions for our students, faculty and staff.
WVU to establish first Public Health Residency program in Appalachia
To help combat the region’s ongoing health issues, the WVU School of Public Health is developing a new residency program focused on public health, the first of its kind in Appalachia.
WVU School of Nursing - Potomac State College Installs High-Tech Simulation Manikins
High-tech simulation manikins were recently installed in the new labs for the West Virginia University (WVU) Potomac State College Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program, located on the Keyser campus.
Cancer Institute clinical team and transplant patients celebrate life at 25th annual patient reunion
The WVU Cancer Institute Osborn Hematopoietic Malignancy and Transplantation Program has reached a significant milestone – 25 years of providing lifesaving transplants to West Virginians with blood and marrow diseases. The first transplant was performed in October 1992 and since then more than 1,350 patients have received the procedure and hundreds of non-transplant patients have received the latest treatment close to home.
Local fundraiser to benefit cancer patients at WVU Cancer Institute
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Staff in the WVU Cancer Institute Clinical Trials Research Unit (CTRU) are holding a fundraiser to help patients at the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center.
Grant County Bank Donates $10,000 to WVU School of Nursing Potomac State College BSN Program
The West Virginia University School of Nursing received its first donation from Grant County Bank for the new WVU Potomac State College Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program.
WVU School of Nursing dean to establish scholarship for fast-track nursing students
As the vice president of health promotion and wellness and dean of the WVU School of Nursing, Tara Hulsey, PhD, understands the need for qualified nurses in West Virginia. She is taking her passion for nursing and education one step further by providing $25,000 for WVU nursing scholarships.
Wellness Studio to host Weekly Meditations and Mindful Steps Series
Health Sciences and WVU Medicine will offer free guided mindfulness mediation sessions and a six-week mindful workshop for employees, students, faculty and staff.
Blue & Gold Mine Sale at Milan Puskar Stadium Planned For Saturday
WVU and the United Way of Monongalia and Preston Counties invites the public to their 14th annual Blue & Gold Mine Sale at the East Concourse of the Milan Puskar Stadium (May 12) from 7 a.m. to noon. All proceeds from this large rummage sale will benefit United Way. The early bird admission is $5 (7 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.) and free admission will begin at 8:30 a.m. Shoppers will have the option of purchasing a custom reusable bag to fit as many items as the bag will hold for one flat rate of $20. To find out more about the sale visit: http://bluegoldmine.wvu.edu.
Dr. Alvita Nathaniel Retires as Chair of the WVU School of Nursing Charleston Campus
Friends and colleagues gathered at the West Virginia University Charleston Campus to wish a happy retirement to Alvita Nathaniel, PhD, APRN-BC, FNP, FAANP, Professor and Chair of the West Virginia University School of Nursing in Charleston.