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The choral ensembles are made up of Wesleyan Singers, Concert Chorale, and Concentus Vocum.
Pishner is Director of Music and Liturgy at All Saints Roman Catholic Church in Bridgeport
Awareness Walk and Concert to Be Held April 21
Over 20 different artistic pieces to include dancing, a short film, one-acts and more.
Students, Staff, and Faculty Added to National Leadership Honor Society
Masontown Native to Work as Secondary Education Science Teacher
"Come on in" is to provide students with a sampling of the kind of craft lectures offered in the MFA program.
Commencement to be held Saturday, May 6
Fifth McKinney Fellow to Begin Teaching this Fall
Sigma Pi Sigma is the national honor society for physics.
The winners were awarded a cash prize.
Buckhannon Natives to Complete April 21
Senior Football Player Initiates Community Service Projects
England Trio Turns Soccer Club into Successful Athletic Organization
Maryland Native to Teach in Delaware
Galarneau releases his newest science-fiction novel.
Event Sponsored by WVWC and the Upshur County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Cairo Native Awarded at WVATA Conference
Meriwether lead the team to an 8-7 record.
The Ledford Scholars support many forms of research.
Bridgeport Native to Travel to Czech Republic
Conference will feature WVPR's Jessica Lilly and Roxy Todd
Week of Events Slated to Begin Monday
2006 Alumna Earns New Title as Industry Expert
Big Bands I & II to Take the Stage
Dr. Matebeni will speak about "Black women's activism and the quest for a decolonized university."
Presentation of Posthumous Work of "40 Days: A Portrait of Mental Illness"
Cashore Marionettes "Life in Motion" is free and open to the public.
Senior Presents on Dry Cupping
Wasson One of 199 Finalists Chosen
Alumnus Ted Brown '73 was named interim associate general secretary for the agency's Division of Higher Education.
The gift, including the federal match, totals $570,000.
$120,000 Grant to Ensure 10 Students Summer Research Positions
A former WV-INBRE-supported summer research student, Nixon studying cancer progression and immune evasion.
The performance will include two casts.
Artist Lecture to Follow Opening Reception
Applications Accepted through April 16
This special event is open to students that have been accepted for the 2017 fall semester.
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority received a combined overall 3.54 GPA.
Ronald C. White, Jr. to Present "Wisdom for Today" Talk
Wesleyan had 135 student-athletes recognized by the MEC.
Event to feature 127 regional band students
For tickets to attend the Hall of Fame luncheon on February 18, contact the Alumni Office.
To raise awareness, the Tobacco-Free Campus initiative will feature activities.
State Treasurer presents unclaimed property check to Boyd Creasman.
Program to be Held February 15
2016 Graduate Travels Overseas Thanks to Endowed Scholarship
Kickoff slated for January 1
Printer to Have Cross-Departmental Purposes
Several Majors Attend Three Sessions Over the Fall Semester
Musical groups will perform concerts on the Fall tour.
The President's Medal is awarded to individuals who have made significant contributions to Wesleyan and higher ed.
Returns to West Virginia to talk about her experience, her new start-up, and bringing people back together.
The Concert is Free and Open to the Public
Five individuals and one team will be inducted on February 18.
Over 4,500 alumni have contributed to Wesleyan's Capital Campaign.
Join the Campus Community to Celebrate the Season
DeLaney is known for reaching out - not only to the students at WVWC but also to the community.
Members of the swim team met the challenge of swimming three hours in honor of the USMC's 241st birthday.
In the dance company's 40th season, WVDC will introduce two new works.
Greenhouse to Assist Many Partners
Dr. Thierstein to begin duties July 1, 2017
Fall choral concert with a program titled “No One Is Alone” will feature the choral ensembles.
Barbara Amaya to Present
Dates are Oct. 29, Nov. 12, and Dec.3
Debate to Feature Greg Boso (R) and Denise Campbell (D)
Event is Free and Open to the Public
Students are Asked to Wear Costumes to the Oct. 29 Match-up
Fair to be Held October 27
Several classrooms have received major renovations.
Hosted by the Experiential Learning Program in the SSC
Eleven new members were inducted to the 2016 class of board of trustees.
School of Nursing Director Honored at Founders Day Convocation
Cabaret-Style Recital to Take Place Oct. 28 and 29
New Complex is Located on Wood Street
Astrophysicist will lecture about the detection of gravitational waves.
Convocation to Take Place During Homecoming
Marine Corps veteran earns place on the men's soccer team.
America's Got Talent Runner-Up Takes the Stage Oct. 7
Peanut Butter Drive to Begin September 19
Sidewalk Honors Balch's Decade of Service
Celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2015, the Count Basie Orchestra began under the leadership of William “Count” Basie
Wesleyan ranked 5th in the Best Value Colleges in South Regional Universities.
Alumni Service, Achievement, and Extra Mile awards will be announced.
Landau to perform muscial classics such as Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin.
Ensemble to Premier Half-time Show This Friday
Charles Wallace '47 was a Federal Circuit Court Clerk in New York.
An intermedia exhibition by digital artist Caitlin Burns
Powerful Speaker to Present September 8
College Ranked in Top 25% of Southeast Colleges
Featuring Special Guest PUBLIC!
All Events are Open to the Public
New Faculty Proves to Hold Outstanding Credentials
Elizabeth Cuthbert Trust to be Added to Scholarship Fund
Exciting activities await Wesleyan families.
New policy in graduated stages; 100% smoke-free by January
Orientation to Kick Off Tomorrow
Wesleyan adds 22nd sport to the athletic program.
An assortment of books were collected for the library flood relief in West Virginia.
Vinyl Artworks in Local Windows by Artist Ellen Mueller
Arlington Native to Serve as Special Assistant to the Ministry of the Kosovo Security Forces
Lancaster, PA Native Takes Places of Long-Time Director Elmore
Dr. Elmore was instrumental in securing funding for a number of projects.
Dunbar Native wins full, four-year scholarship to WVWC
A total of 135 student-athletes were named to the MEC All-Academic Team and Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Visiting Writers Series begins July 2.
Wesleyan partners with local business on Main Street.
Director Robby Quarles honors senior students at the Multicultural Senior Recognition Cerermony.
Former WNBA player Vicky Bullett hired as Lady Bobcat Basketball coach.
Over 550 Alumni and Friends Show Support for College
Team Captures 100% Participation Rate
Students Compete for Full Scholarship to WVWC
Concert on Sunday, May 1 at 3 p.m.
Faculty, Staff, and Students Awarded
Alum to Present Address "Yours for a Lifetime"
Policy to be Fully Enforced by January 2017
The Enactus team will compete in the national competition on May 15-18 in St. Louis.
Baccalaureate Moved to New 5pm Time
Social Justice Week raises awareness to social injustices.
Morgantown-Native Grabs Second-Year Title
Graduate of First MFA Cohort Releases Publication
Into the Woods will be presented under the direction of Thomas Schoffler '97.
Class of 2016 to Matriculate on May 7
Senior Presents at New Orleans Meeting
Portfolio presentations by seniors graduating from WVWC’s Art & Design Department.
Ceremony to be Held April 30
JUST STAND Event to be Held April 12
Assistant Professor Awarded by WVATA
Junior Named by Campus Compact
Spring concert will feature "San Marco."
Team to Compete in VA Beach in May
Wesleyan receives Industry of the Year for the fourth time.
Thomas Albinson II '76 was a generous supporter of the College.
Eighteen students presented undergraduate research projects.
WVWC to be a 5-Year Sponsor of the Event
83% of $30 Million Goal Met
Health and Counseling Center to Participate in Statewide Activity
Students Spend Time Learning the State Legislative Process
Richmond, VA Band to Perform
Music written by Benny Carter to be featured.
Katie will serve as an intern for the Alpha Delta Pi Internship Program this summer.
Smooth is a leading voice in the sociopolitcal realm.
Art exhibit will feature multidisciplinary artist.
Interested West Virginia high school students have the opportunity to compete for scholarships.
Davis is one of three graduate students in the US to win NBER Fellowship.
Class of 2016 Hall of Fame inductees ceremony will be April 30.
First Annual Honor Band to Feature Middle and High School Groups
Professor Emerita Died February 7
Storytelling is the oldest human art form. Evans' workshops are designed to teach the basics of good story telling.
Work with Upshur County Historical Society wins Miller Once-in-a-Lifetime Award
Applications Accepted through April 10
President Balch announces retirement.
Accepted Students Invited to Campus for Feb. 20 Event
ZuZu African Acrobats will showcase traditional Kenyan acrobatic skills on Feb. 10.
Harmony/R.O.O.T.S. Continue to Help Patients in Mountain State
Students and staff visit Charleston for Our Children, Our Future Families Day.
Hughes to take part in Leadership West Virginia.
#BlackLivesMatter to be Presented Feb. 7
Check out the shedule of events for the semester.
Event to be held Jan. 18-19
Faculty were awarded Instrumentation and Innovation grants.
Expert panelists to discuss clean water in West Virginia.
New Book Features WV Literature from 1950-Present
Wesleyan introduces new head football coach.
Read on a Computer or on Your Smart Phone
Boyd Creasman's book "Writing West Virginia" is available.
Program to be Available Fall 2016
Selected works by high school artists from across the state
Students Compete for Place in Final Round
An intermedia exhibition by Assistant Professor Ellen Mueller, with a performance on November 19.
Performance to Be Held at PAC
Four Small Combos to Perform
Dr. Lewis Cantley awarded AACI Distinguished Scientist Award.
Sponsored by the Department of Theatre & Dance
Tenor John Wesley Wright to perform music theater excerpts and more.
Buckhannon's New Nature Park/Learning Trail Receives Facelift
Grant to Support Evening Readings Program
Concentus Vocum and Concert Chorale to Perform
Long-time Coach Hank Ellis to be Remembered
Nolfi performed with the World Civic Orchestra earlier in the semester.
The $30 million was publicly announced during the Homecoming banquet.
Race to Be Held Nov. 7
1,065 Jars of Peanut Butter Collected to Benefit the Upshur Parish House
Annual Event to be Held October 31
Kennedy and Humphrey Debate to be Aired
Dr. Calef recieves exemplary teaching award during Wesleyan's 125th anniversary celebration.
Six new members join the 2015-2016 Board of Trustees.
Alumni to display art in Sleeth Gallery.
1980 Grad to Also Receive Honorary Degree
Alumna Kimberly Reed leads the International Food Information Council Foundation
The InnovateHER challenge and summit is a national competition.
The focus of the presentation will be on the partnership between faith leaders and community activitsts.
Awards to be Doled Out During Founders Day Convocation at Homecoming
Dr. DeLaney and two Wesleyan students will receive $11,600 for the next five years.
The College celebrates 125 years since its founding.
Maddie & Tae tickets available September 17.
Arts Alive! events are released.
In conjunction with Constitution Day, the college presents Voices From the Earth.
Alumni leave a large gift for the chemistry and music department.
Wesleyan ranked a first-tier regional college in the South.
Proclamation Read at County Commission Meeting
Collaborative Project to Sponsor Three Speakers
Wesleyan Listed in Three Publications
Sixteen new faculty begin the fall semester at West Virginia Wesleyan.
On September 3, 1890, Wesleyan opend to 70 students.
Senior's Finds Set for Publication
Several Local Businesses Participating
Great gathering kicks off new school year.
Wesleyan is preparing for another large incoming class.
Marching Band and Jazz Band to Perform
An Intermedia Exhibition by Crystal Brown
Sissonville Native Awarded $1,000 Scholarship
Greetings from WVWC: Letters to Our Incoming Freshman
Virginia Native Appointed to New Position
Individuals Gain Awards as School Year Closes
Wesleyan joins the Open Library of Humanities' Library Partnership Subsidy System.
Donation to Go Toward Area Business Campaign
Creative School to Begin Next Week
Johnson was selected to work for the Ethnic Minority Young Adult Summer Internship Program
Graduates from Several States and Countries
Certification Begins Fall 2015
WV Independent Oil and Gas Association Provides Funds for Remodeled Space
Lohmann of Bridgeport and Lowther of Jane Lew Named Runners-up
Ryder Bolin is researching the seismic waves underground petroleum and natural gas deposits.
School of Business Director Appointed as Board Member
Voting begins for the 2015 TD Ameritrade Fans Choice Award.
Students to Travel Abroad with Scholarship
High School Juniors Compete for Scholarship to Wesleyan
Sophomore Selected to Study at King's College in London
2015 MFA Grad to Begin Teaching this Fall
Thanks to a generous gift, the beautiful hourly chimes and sounds will once again ring over campus.
Alumus Will Armistead brings over 30 years experience.
Students, Faculty, and Staff Receive End-of-Year Awards
Ensembles directed by Mr. Logan Lindsey and Dr. James Moore
Alpha Delta Pi Takes Greek Week Title
Two ensembles set to perform
Speaker to Receive Honorary Degree During May 9th Ceremony
Alumni Woods Set to Deliver Sermon to Graduating Seniors
Names of the semifinalists for the 2015 West Virginia Scholar program released
Ensemble to Feature First Student Conductor Competition Winner
Library expands its offerings to the local community.
Concert decicated to the late Robert Baden, music instructor.
Commencement Week Activities to Begin May 6
Annual Lip Sync Contest to be Presented Spring Weekend
Department of Theatre & Dance to Present Annual Show
Junior Awarded for Community Service
Over 200 Deposited Students Already Registered
C-92FM receives state-of-the-art makeover
Students Recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Week
Alumna Bruhns '45, Hon. '07 Responsible for Study Abroad Scholarship
Showing March 26 in the Culpepper Auditorium
Executive Officer of the WV State Veterans Nursing Facility to Speak
WE LEAD and CCE Puts on Annual Social Justice Week
Students Receive Scholarship from Alumna Suzan E. Bly '68
Thomas Albinson II School of Business will offer certificates for professional development.
New York-based artist Ryann Slauson will be staging a one-night, interactive performance
Concentus Vocum will present a concert Sunday, March 15
Poet R.J. Gbson will present a public reading March 17
"Anne of Green Gables" will be performed March 26-28 in the Culpepper Auditorium
Professor Spotlight: Manuel Soto
Submissions for Conference Extended to March 16
Professor Spotlight: Dr. Greg Bradley-Popovich
Scholarship Deadlines Quickly Approaching for 2015-2016 School Year
Junior Receives Award from American Lung Association
Wellness Center Focuses on Physical Wellness of Patrons
Director's Spotlight: Karen Miller, School of Social & Behavioral Science
Arts Alive! Programming for Spring 2015
Director's Spotlight: Stephen Cresswell, School of Fine Arts & Humanities
Scholarship program now available to high school juniors
College Fill Final Vacancy for Title III Grant Team
Alums Join Administration to Make Diffference at Alma Mater
Community Chooses Student Senate Leaders
Office of Admissions to Hold Performing Arts Scholarhship Audition
Gift to Support Scholarship and Title III Endowment Match
WE LEAD Receives Grant of AAUW with Support from the Pantene Shine Strong Campaign
WVWC Makes President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll
Students to Shadow Delegates
4 of 5 Leadership Positions Filled for U.S. Department of Education Grant
Local Foundation Gifts $50,000
Senior Trumpeter to Perform in NYC and Maryland
Sextet to Perform tunes from American Popular Songbook
Annual Celebration Set for Dec. 4 & 7
WE Lead Opens Fair Trade Sale
Greek Organization Reaches Pledge Goal for Greek Alumni Room at PAC
Alumna Highlighted on The Beauty of Giving
College Puts on Side-Splitting Comedy
Student was crowned Homecoming queen during the Homecoming festivities.
WVWC, WVU, and Pearl S. Buck Foundation Works to Preserve Memory and Works
School of Nursing Creates Simulation-Based Education for Students on Campus
WVWC to present concert that features different interpretations on time and space.
Department of Theatre & Dance to Present One-Act Comedy
Kayoko Funada to present senior recital
Wellness Center and New Community Church to host 5k on WVWC campus.
Enactus to compete in nationwide competition again,
Communication Professor Releases Latest Installment of Fiction
Rae Emrick Assumes Director Responsiblilies for Exercise Science and Athletic Training
WE LEAD Hosts Trick or Treat for Canned Goods
Professor of Music Receives Exemplary Teaching Award
Rev. Anderson to Speak at Chapel for Homecoming
One Alumnus and Two Former Professors Receive Honorary Degrees
Midnight Madness Comes to Wesleyan
Saunders to Give Keynote Address at Founders Day Convocation
School of Business Named in Honor of Distinguished Benefactor
Alumni to Be Inducted into the 2014 Hall of Fame Class
Department of Music to Present Evening Concert
Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies Set for New Spaces on Campus
Recipients Honored During Homecoming
Charlottesville Group Love Canon to Perform October 15
Homecoming Weekend Details Released
Eleven Physics Students Earn 2014 NASA Fellowships
Theatre Department Presents First Production October 9
Wesleyan Professors Recognized at the Learning Trail
Balch Receives Awards from Alma Maters
Wesleyan Awarded $10 Million Title III Grant from U.S. Department of Education
NASA-SPACE Day Set for October 11
Wesleyan Holds Exclusive Ranking in U.S. News & World Report for Third Consecutive Year
Creature/Index Opens in Sleeth Gallery
Wesleyan Ranked 38th in Best Value Colleges for Homeschoolers
New Faculty Announced for 2014-2015
Washington Monthly Ranks Wesleyan 27th Best Baccalaureate College
Bobcat Marching Band Kicks Off Season with Band Camp
Wesleyan to Welcome Second Largest Freshman Class in Ten Years
Football Opener with Charleston to be Played at Cebe Ross Field
Wesleyan Gears Up for Orientation Activities
Finalists have been announced for the annual MVB Bank West Virginia Scholar Program.
The NASA-WV Space Grant Consortium selected Andrew Tiffin of North East, MD, to develop a rocket payload to measure
Colin Winkie, a senior biochemistry major from Bridgeport, WV, has been awarded the James G. Stemler Study Abroad
Construction and renovations projects totaling $7.5 million are now underway.
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