Recent News About West Virginia State University
CHARLESTON – Charleston attorney Kent Carper has six grandchildren who are “in a very comfortable position now to be well-educated,” but he knows many others in the area struggle to pay for a college education. As a result, he has endowed a scholarship fund at Ohio Northern University, where he went to law school.
INSTITUTE – Katherine L. “Kitty” Dooley, a Charleston attorney and newly appointed member of the West Virginia State University Board of Governors, is glad she came back to her home state despite plans upon embarking on service an officer in the U.S. Army “to leave West Virginia in the rear view mirror of (her) life.”
INSTITUTE – L. Vincent Williams’ “amazing journey,” which has taken him from a “poor black kid who grew up in a single-parent home in Alderson” to an education that saw him earn a juris doctorate degree and a master of business degree in the span of one week, has now led to his election as the chairman of the West Virginia State University board of governors.