MORGANTOWN -- Two new West Virginia University Libraries' offerings are providing a boost to faculty and student researchers. Web of Science and Elsevier's Science Direct, among the top academic digital resources, can now be reached with just a few clicks on the WVU Libraries' Web site.
MORGANTOWN -- Bruce McClymonds, CEO of West Virginia University Hospitals Inc., and Gary Murdock, vice president for strategic program development, will launch the new Health Care MBA Essentials Program on March 31 with an opening session on strategic leadership.
Justice Joseph Albright CHARLESTON – Judges should not push parties at trial to settle disputes, but when Christine McConaha hauled her brothers and sisters before Kanawha County Circuit Judge James Stucky, the judge chose to take charge and make peace.
Gov. Joe Manchin
I write to show support for a law school at Marshall University. Such an expansion of professional education is long overdue. It would show that the state of West Virginia is serious about providing academic opportunities for its citizens.
Steve Cohen March Madness has special meaning to us in West Virginia, with our Mountaineers playing among the nation's best on the basketball court. From a political perspective though, there is madness this March resounding through the halls of the state capitol and around West Virginia. It is anger and public outrage over an out-of-control Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
CHARLESTON - In December, former middle school teacher Toni Woods pleaded guilty to charges of having sex with three juveniles.
CHARLESTON - Three women have charged the Raleigh Center in Daniels and a male nurse who works there with sexual harassment.
MORGANTOWN -- The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC) at West Virginia University will once again sponsor the National Alternative Fuel Vehicle (AFV) Day Odyssey this fall at numerous locations across the United States.
Like Tony Soprano, Attorney General Darrell McGraw takes it personally when less-distinguished folks question his judgment.
AG Darrell McGraw CHARLESTON – West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw is speaking out about advertisements calling for support for legislation that would require his office to bid out to contract private lawyers.
Stephen J. Kopp CHARLESTON – Talk of a possible law school at Marshall University has set off a litany of supporters and opponents to the idea.