A former and a current West Virginia University employee have filed a federal lawsuit saying the university's board of governors and others failed to restore their reputations following an academic integrity investigation that didn't find misconduct.
West Virginia State University has named Ashley Schumaker its new chief of staff and special assistant to the president.
At West Virginia University Institute of Technology in Montgomery, the landscape is always changing.
New River Community and Technical College, with campuses in Southern West Virginia, will increase tuition for in-state students by 7 percent to offset budget cuts.
Three of West Virginia University's online graduate programs have been named among the top five in U.S. News & Report's report of best online programs for veterans.
Education officials say expanding access to breakfast is likely the first component of the Feed to Achieve Act that will take effect.
One school in West Virginia had its first ever graduation May 11.
More than 100 students walked in the first-ever commencement exercises for The University of Charleston-Beckley.
A counseling program for troubled teens and college students in North-Central West Virginia is facing the possible loss of a major funding source.
The West Virginia Board of Education is busy this summer working on ways to implement education reform.
Jose "Zito" Sartarelli, dean of WVU's College of Business and Economics, will take on the new role of chief global officer.
Steve Morgan, chairman of the business division at West Virginia University at Parkersburg, said the division's recent national accreditation was the result of a team effort.
A Pew Research study released May 1 shows 94 percent of parents say the library is important. Officials from the West Virginia Library Commission say that trend is reflected at the state level.
The West Virginia Board of Education unanimously voted May 8 to return full control of McDowell County Schools to the county.
A Lewis County High School student has used her creativity and knowledge to win a West Virginia Department of Education and West Virginia State Bar contest about the U.S. Constitution.
(AP) — West Virginia University Libraries is getting a collection of books, films, and an online database intended to introduce the public to Islamic culture.
Concord University student Ronald "Trey" Lockhart recently was selected to participate in the inaugural GEAR UP Alumni Leadership Academy,
The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs has granted initial accreditation to West Virginia University at Parkersburg, covering several business degree programs.
Kendra Boggess, who currently serves as Concord's interim vice president and academic dean, will fill in for departing Greg Aloia until a permanent replacement is found.
West Liberty University will graduate its largest class since the 1980s when it holds its spring commencement ceremony on May 11.
Cayla Black, a sophomore at Clay County High, won a $4,000 scholarship from the Charleston Area Alliance thanks to her idea on how to increase student motivation.
Marshall University's Board of Governors has expressed its support of President Stephen J. Kopp after faculty took a symbolic vote of no confidence in him.
FANUC, based in Michigan, will partner with the Robert C. Byrd Institute to put robotics curriculum and training in the hands of West Virginia students.
Dan Moyers, a West Virginia University graduate is one of 10 contestants on "The Big Brain Theory: Pure Genius", where cast members are tasked with solving a difficult engineering challenge in 30 minute.
(AP) — The university has created a website providing information on the accreditation process. The website also offers advice to the WVU community on how to be involved in the process.
The event features six leading CPS researchers. Topics include the applications of CPS in smart grids, landslide detection, underground coal mines, emergency response and environmental monitoring.
The team will compete in a divisional team challenge based on a Science Bowl discipline on Saturday, April 27, and in the academic competition on Sunday, April 28.
HUNTINGTON – Additions to Marshall University's Memorial Student Center and Twin Towers dormitory, renovations to a half dozen other buildings and the demolition of still others are suggested in the preliminary version of a new 10-year campus master plan now being drafted.
Greg Aloia, who has served as president of Concord University since 2008, will take the same position at the College of Coastal Georgia and will step down at the end of the academic year.
A new Student Intellectual Property Patent Services pilot project at WVU could help student innovators get from first meetings with funders to the crucial second.
Scouts to receive community service award in recognition of what they've learned through Earth Day digging project at Sissonville Volunteer Fire Department.
HUNTINGTON, WV (AP) — Canada has awarded a patent for a railroad inspection system developed by two Marshall University professors.
West Virginia will be the first state in the nation to set up a statewide public-private funding partnership to try to improve school meals programs.
The charter authorizing the change will be filed at the end of the fiscal year in the secretary of state office in Charleston to officially change the institution's name, effective July 1.
The decision came a day after the Board of Governors tabled President Stephen Kopp's proposal to overhaul the school's budget policies.
This year's inductees include former Gov. Gaston Caperton, Illah Nourbakhsh and A. Michael and Henriella Perry.
Jeanne Sullivan has received a one-year $7,000 grant from the State Horticultural Association of Pennsylvania for the study of the pesky house critters.
For two weeks, Mountaineer fans had the opportunity to vote for their favorite shirt designs – front and back – and chose "Mountain Strong" as the front and the Mountaineer mascot with "Flying WV" logo as the back.
In the past two budget years, the Department of Health and Human Resources returned nearly $1 million in unused federal funds aimed at helping young people who age out of the foster system with few skills to succeed in life.
Meeting Thursday, the members of the Marshall Board of Governors unanimously awarded the contract to J&H Reinforcing and Structural Erectors of Portsmouth, Ohio, which submitted the low bid.
The new program will replace the former Advertising and Public Relations majors at the School of Journalism.
The university's Office of Sustainability is fostering a culture of sustainability that has roots in all aspects of university life and grows out into the community.
A legislative mandate to require all counties to adopt a balanced calendar approach won't work, education experts said at Thursday's Legislative Lookahead.
Nearly 180 students will march in Mountain State University's final commencement exercises Dec. 19 in the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.