Sand, aluminum and fire!
Wetzel County 4-H'ers learn about the importance of public art and its relationship to community development through a sculpting project in collaboration with the WVU College of Creative Art's School of Art and Design.Learn more about the Wetzel County 4-H sculpting project and watch the behind-the-scenes video.
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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University faculty, staff and students are problem solvers who are passionate about making a difference in their communities. They benefit from community-engagement opportunities that enrich their academic experience and positively impact the lives of others.
To further expand upon its commitment to providing students with service-learning experiences, the University announced the creation of a new Center for Community Engagement (CCE). The CCE will have a strong focus on academic opportunities that bring WVU faculty, staff and students together with community partners to address the most pressing issues facing communities.
Morgantown, W.Va. — For many West Virginians and others across the nation, it’s likely a West Virginia country road connected them to WVU. Whether it’s a 4-H’er who participated in livestock, STEM or camping activities or a graduate of one of WVU’s three campuses, the State Fair of West Virginia has a unique way of bringing mountaineers together to celebrate their state.
Beginning July 19, Calhoun County kids will be able to get free fruits and vegetables at six participating stores through a new program by the West Virginia University Extension Service Family Nutrition Program.
Sand, aluminum and fire: 4-H’ers learn about the importance of public art and its relationship to community development through a sculpting project
A grant from the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History will instill community pride through public art in New Martinsville, West Virginia.
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