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UPDATE: The Libraries are now open to WVU faculty, staff, and students. Check Library Updates for the latest information and hours for up to date changes.

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Open Educational Resources Grants

WVU Libraries and the Teaching and Learning Commons are offering Open Educational Resources Grants.

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Conversation with Nick Stump

West Virginia University Libraries will host a virtual conversation with Nicholas Stump, author of “Remaking Appalachia,” on May 20 at noon.

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FY20 Annual Report

Learn more about WVU Libraries by the numbers in the recently released FY 2020 Annual Report.

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Art in the Libraries Virtual Programs

Upcoming Art in the Libraries Virtual Programs

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources

Explore library resources related to anti-black violence, police brutality, activism, Black Lives Matter, artists’ responses, health inequity, mass incarceration, and protests.

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Hours

Downtown Campus Library 8am – 5pm
Eliza's Coffee Shop Closed until further notice
Poster Printing 8am – 5pm
Testing Closed
Tutoring Closed
Evansdale Library 8am – 5pm
Da Vinci's
Poster Printing 8am – 4pm
George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library 9am – 4pm
Health Sciences Library 7:30am – 12am
Health Sciences Library (Charleston)
Potomac State College Library 8am – 4:30pm
Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus
West Virginia & Regional History Center By Appointment (WVU Faculty, Staff, & Students Only)

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Events


News

WVU Libraries names two Munn Scholars

Adam Benjamin and Aerianna McClanahan are the 2021 Robert F. Munn Undergraduate Library Scholars.

Newspaper Recipes: Porcupine Sausage Balls

Learn how to make porcupine sausage balls in this latest blog post by Jane LaBarbara. (No porcupine required!)

Not just fried chicken.

Freda de Knight, author of A Date with a Dish, was a firm believer that Black cooks did not have to limit themselves to Southern cuisine. Read how she challenged stereotypes in Christina White's latest blog post.


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