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INSIDE THE ARTIST'S STUDIO
RBA Student Molly Must explores history, culture, and community through art.Read Feature Story
Spring 2018 Issue
Learn more about Dr. Margaret Glenn and her field of expertise.
Faculty are helping students achieve their National Board Certification in early literacy.
Learn more about CEHS' new minor in addiction studies.
Learn how a WVU alumna is now supporting faculty in their research endeavors.
Get to know our 2017 CEHS Hall of Fame Inductees.
A Letter from the Dean
Dear Alumni and Friends,
This spring, the College of Education and Human Services is celebrating another successful semester. In all that we’ve accomplished, we’ve remained focused on our land-grant mission, continually seeking ways to meet West Virginia’s needs.In September 2017, we officially opened the WVU Center for the Future of Land-Grant Education, the first of its kind in the nation. Our Land-Grant Center is bridging the gap between academic inquiry and public need through research that defines the role of land-grant institutions in our state’s and nation’s future.
Our new minor in addiction studies will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to assist individuals who have been affected by the opioid crisis. We are already seeing students in fields ranging from social work to exercise science interested in pursuing this impactful area of study.
In March, we faced a statewide teachers’ strike that opened the door for important dialogue about the status of the teaching profession not only in West Virginia, but throughout rural America. We capitalized on this unique moment in West Virginia history to educate our future teachers about the complexities of the profession and to encourage them to stay in the state to teach.
Our College has the vision and the momentum to move West Virginia forward, and we are grateful for your support.
With your support, there is no limit to what we can achieve.