What the Trees Tell Us About Past Climate
Through tree rings, Professor Amy Hessl has reconstructed climate histories dating back to the first millennium in Mongolia. Currently, she’s engaged in a federally funded project to reconstruct a 2,000-year climate history of the Southern Hemisphere.
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WVU receives gift from Appalachian Geological Society (AGS)
Unearthing an ice age in the African desert
- 121019Poetry reading by Jose Olivarez
- 120919Women's and Gender Studies Showcase
- 120719Children's Chemistry Show
- 120619Lunchtime Looks with Amy Hirshman
- 120419Open house for the Center for Resilient Communities
- 111419Just Vision
- 110819Mountaineers Are Always Free
- 110519Discovery of Pulsars: A Graduate Student's Story
- 102819You Can Do Sociology Anywhere
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Geography student named WVU's 24th Truman Scholar
Kassandra Colón is committed to improving cultural representation in the classroom through her research.Read more about her initiative.
We offer several student organizations to help you make the most of of your education.
Summer Undergraduate Research Experience
Selected students are awarded a $3,500 stipend for eight weeks of mentored research. An additional $2,000 is available for travel to a professional conference or for supplies.
Live WVU Weather Station
The Brooks Hall weather station obtains real-time meteorological data for teaching and research in physical geography, and it presents current weather conditions on campus. It was the first weather station bought with NSF funding.