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Student Advisory Applications Now Open 

If you are a WVU student who frequently uses at least one of the many services offered by WVU Libraries, then you may be a good fit for the Libraries Student Advisory Group.

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Research Commons Workshops

Learn about our wide variety of open workshops
designed to assist you in
developing your
skills. These workshops are free and open to
registered WVU students,

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Graduate Student Resources

Get yourself acquainted with all of the great resources and services that library has for you.
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Getting Started with the Library's New Discovery Tool

Check out the library's guide for using our new discovery tool to search the majority of our collections.

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A Survey of Medical Symbols

View the virtual exhibit surveying the history and diversity of traditional medical symbols, and learn to submit your art for the exhibit.

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Downtown Campus Library 8am – 9pm
Eliza's Coffee Shop
Poster Printing 9am – 5am
Evansdale Library 8am – 9pm
Da Vinci's
Poster Printing 8am – 5pm
George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library 8am – 4pm
Health Sciences Library 7:30am – 9pm
Health Sciences Library (Charleston)
Potomac State College Library 8am – 4:30pm
The Writing Center
Active Learning Center 8am – 4:30pm
Math Lab
Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus 8am – 4:30pm
West Virginia & Regional History Center 9:30am – 4:30pm
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WVU Libraries names three Munn Scholars

The Teaching and Learning Committee has selected Samantha N. Franzese, Jude Platz and Elizabeth Rockwell as 2022 Robert F. Munn Undergraduate Library Scholars.

Libraries unveil inaugural Inclusive Portrait

WVU Libraries unveiled a portrait of Monroe, Professor Emerita of Library Science, the first painting to be commissioned as part of the Inclusive Portrait Project, in the Downtown Library’s Robinson Reading Room.

Downtown Library to host Margaret Armstrong exhibit and speaker

The opening kicks off with a presentation by Lowell Thing, author of the upcoming book “Cover Treasure: The Life and Art of Margaret Armstrong” at 4 p.m. in the Milano Reading Room.

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