WVU announces Dean’s, President’s lists for spring 2020
Download full-size More than 7,000 West Virginia University students earned honors during the spring 2020 semester. A total of 3,866 students were named to the Dean’s List, having earned a 3.5 GPA or higher. Another 3,162 students were named to the President’s List for earning a perfect 4.0 grade point average. Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours of graded courses to be eligible for such recognition with no grades of I (incomplete), NR (not reported), or W (withdrawal). Courses completed with a grade of HP, P, S, or X are excluded from the calculation of credit hours for President's List and Dean's List. Before requesting HP/P/F in Spring 2020, students had to acknowledge that the choice of HP/P/F could exclude them from the Dean’s and President’s Lists prior to processing their choice for this grade option. Read the list of 2020 graduates. Read the complete lists at lists.wvu.edu. -WVU- pp/07/02/20 CONTACT: WVU University Relations/Communications 304-293-6997 Call 1-855-WVU-NEWS for the latest West Virginia University news and information from WVUToday. Follow @WVUToday. Graduate Education ASPIRE Student Life RELATED: WVU ‘fossil detective’ links past to future in discovering what drives the evolution of new animals Four elected to WVU Foundation Board of Directors WVU men’s basketball student-athlete tests positive for COVID-19 Two undergraduate students to research ways to treat disorders under WVU Beckman Scholars Program It’s getting hot in here: WVU engineer improves efficiency of U.S. energy infrastructure WVUTODAY STORIES BY TOPIC All Research Stories All Health Stories All Athletics Stories All Alumni Stories All Extension Stories

WVU announces Dean’s, President’s lists for spring 2020

More than 7,000 West Virginia University students earned honors during the spring 2020 semester. A total of 3,866 students were named to the Dean’s List, having earned a 3.5 GPA or higher. Another…

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It’s getting hot in here: WVU engineer improves efficiency of U.S. energy infrastructure
Graduate students in Song’s research lab perform a measurement of electrical properties. (Submitted photo)

It’s getting hot in here: WVU engineer improves efficiency of U.S. energy infrastructure

In the United States we throw away a lot of energy. In power plants fired by fossil fuels alone, 67 percent of the electricity generated is released unproductively into the…

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WVU to continue to increase colorectal cancer screenings and early detection with help of $3.62 million CDC grant

Using a $3.62 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the West Virginia University Cancer Institute will continue working with clinics across the state to increase colorectal cancer screenings.…

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WVU Extension Service, West Virginia Public Broadcasting partner to bring educational programming into homes
Energy Express on West Virginia Public Broadcasting will feature read alouds, yummy recipes, outdoor education and other engaging activities, like how to make a balloon car or your own ice cream. WVU Extension Service

WVU Extension Service, West Virginia Public Broadcasting partner to bring educational programming into homes

West Virginia University Extension Service and West Virginia Public Broadcasting have partnered to bring youth programming into the homes of West Virginia families. WVU Extension Service’s Energy Express, a six-week summer reading program…

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Passage of 2016 fireworks law ignites increase in fireworks-related injuries in West Virginia
Fireworks-related injuries in West Virginia shot up 40 percent following passage of a 2016 law that allows purchase and possession of Class C fireworks, according to a WVU study. (WVU Photo)

Passage of 2016 fireworks law ignites increase in fireworks-related injuries in West Virginia

All those pops and crackles ripping through your neighborhood at night could come with unwanted consequences – at the firework enthusiast’s expense. Fireworks-related injuries in West Virginia have shot up…

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WVU discusses return to campus plans for safe, meaningful experience for all students
Student walks across the B&E footbridge after a day of class. (WVU Photo/Hunter Tankersley)

WVU discusses return to campus plans for safe, meaningful experience for all students

West Virginia University Dean of Students Corey Farris outlined in a letter to the campus community Tuesday (June 23) plans for a return to campus in the fall designed to…

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To help West Virginia reopen safely, WVU researchers develop new COVID-19 tests
A team of researchers from the WVU School of Medicine has developed new diagnostic and antibody tests for COVID-19. The diagnostic test works by detecting the RNA of SARS-CoV-2—the virus that causes COVID-19—in nose-swab samples, like the samples WVU Medicine employee Sydney Turner is taking here. The antibody test identifies an antibody that plays a key role in blocking the virus from infiltrating healthy cells. (WVU Photo)

To help West Virginia reopen safely, WVU researchers develop new COVID-19 tests

COVID-19 tests are in short supply. The companies that make the necessary chemicals—called reagents—can’t keep up with demand. But researchers at West Virginia University are developing new tests on their own to…

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WVU provost discusses academic plans for fall return
WVU Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Maryanne Reed (WVU Photo/Greg Ellis)

WVU provost discusses academic plans for fall return

West Virginia University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Maryanne Reed outlined plans for the academic calendar, and course adjustments to maintain the health and safety of the campus community in a…

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WVU Football Set for Phased Return

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. - With the country and state starting to reopen from the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Virginia University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has initiated a phased approach to bringing…

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