Appalachian Futures is a collaborative, multidisciplinary project advancing important conversations in the region.
Staff members from the WVRHC will lead a workshop designed to help you learn more about your personal photographs and how to care for them.
The Research Repository allows you to archive your research and make it openly accessible without any charges.Visit the Research Repository
The Research Commons offers a suite of services to foster interdisciplinary connections and support graduate student and faculty research needs.
Make a pledge per touchdown by the Mountaineer football team to support the WVU Libraries!
|Downtown Campus Library||7:30am – 2am|
|Eliza's Coffee Shop||8am – 11pm|
|Testing||8:15am – 4:45pm|
|Tutoring||6pm – 9:30pm|
|Evansdale Library||24 Hours|
|Da Vinci's||8am – 9pm|
|George R. Farmer Jr. Law Library||8am – 8pm|
|Health Sciences Library||7:30am – 12am|
|Health Sciences Library (Charleston)||8am – 4pm|
|Potomac State College Library||8am – 9pm|
|Institute of Technology, Beckley Campus||8am – 11pm|
|West Virginia & Regional History Center||9:30am – 4:30pm|
English Professor Lara Farina, winner of the 2019 Faculty Exhibit Award, will talk about her research and exhibit Thursday, Oct. 24, at 4 p.m. in the Downtown Campus Library, Room 1020.
A quick review of the work that happens in the WVRHC.
Read about a few historic Morgantown newspapers
Share your questions, comments, or thoughts about our new website.