Mon Health Medical Center Foundation provides $200,000 investment in nursing education
Representatives from Mon Health Medical Center, Mon Health Medical Center Foundation and Fairmont State University with the presentation of the check to help support nursing education and create a partnership between the two institutions.

Mon Health Medical Center Foundation provides $200,000 investment in nursing education

The Mon Health Medical Center Foundation is proud to present a two-year investment of $200,000 to expand Fairmont State University’s capacity for nursing education. Through this…

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SJMH audiologist Diana Daugherty and the American Academy of Audiology recommend a hearing check during May’s National Better Hearing Month
Weston Mayor Julia Spelsberg presents Diana Daugherty, Au.D. with a proclamation from the City celebrating Better Hearing Month.

SJMH audiologist Diana Daugherty and the American Academy of Audiology recommend a hearing check during May’s National Better Hearing Month

May is National Better Hearing Month and Weston Audiology and the American Academy of Audiology are encouraging the public to make an appointment with an…

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West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management creates software solution updating arson hotline database

Charleston – In a recent collaborative effort, members of the West Virginia Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management’s (DHSEM) Geographical Information Systems (GIS) section,…

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West Virginia University researchers want to up the game for nationwide physical education standards
Researchers at WVU's College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences believe that physical education standards in schools will promote lifelong physical activity.

West Virginia University researchers want to up the game for nationwide physical education standards

Sacrificed by No Child Left Behind in favor of academic achievement, physical education requirements for public schools returned with the subsequent Every Student Succeeds Act…

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