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WVU mourns loss of former dean, J. William Douglas

Thursday, December 01, 2022

J. William (Bill) Douglas, an alumnus of West Virginia University and former dean for the WVU School of Physical Education, died on Monday, Oct. 31.

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Becoming role models for future generations

Friday, November 18, 2022

Maria Vito, physical education and kinesiology major, chose the West Virginia University PEK program because it combined two of her passions: working with children and seeing them succeed and promoting a physically active lifestyle.

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Faculty and students recognized for excellence at statewide conference

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Numerous School of Sport Sciences faculty and students were honored at the Society of Health and Physical Educators conference, held in-person this past October in Charleston, W.Va. The 2022 SHAPEWV award recipients are highlighted below:

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Combining best practice, science and the art of counseling

Friday, November 11, 2022

Matthew Kasopsky, counseling and clinical mental health track first-year graduate student, says that there is much to appreciate about the field of counseling. “One thing I really love about the program is that while we are all passionate about counseling, we have different interests, which lead to some great conversations,” he said. “Even though we have broad areas of interest, faculty members foster a positive environment and support us in our different clinical and research interests.”

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