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Date:9/19/2013

by The Chronicle of Higher Education. This marks the third consecutive year that WVSOM has received this recognition from The Chronicle, considered one of the nation’s important sources about colleges and universities. In the independent survey of employees at participating institutions, WVSOM earned high marks for its performance in the categories of professional/career-development programs; teaching environment; compensation and benefits; facilities, workspaces and security; and respect and appreciation.

Wehrles Donate $1.25 Million to WVU Business and Law Schools
West Virginia University’s business and law schools have received $1.25 million from a Charleston couple. Businessman H. Bernard Wehrle III and his wife Cecilia donated $500,000 for building expansion and redesign of the College of Law. The College of Business and Economics received $750,000 to create a non-endowed supply chair professorship to launch a supply chain management program. An additional $250,000 was provided by the H.B. Wehrle Foundation to support the supply chair professorship. Wehrles is a director of McJunkin Redman Corporation Global and holds membership with several other company boards.

Marshall University Researchers Awarded Grants for Diverse Projects
A diverse range of Marshall University projects have attracted research grants. For more information on these research projects, visit http://tinyurl.com/lexy9fc.

-- Physical effects of space travel:
NASA granted $750,000 to Dr. Miaozong Wu of the Center for Diagnostic Nanosystems at the Marshall University School of Pharmacy to lead a team of researchers to study the effects of space travel on muscle and bones. Wu’s three-year project was one of only 14 funded nationally through NASA’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR). The project will study how the loss of gravity affec
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