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Engaging With West Virginia

Our work strengthens schools, communities, families, and individuals throughout West Virginia.

Making an Impact in all 55 counties

The College of Applied Human Sciences at West Virginia University is committed to making an impact in the state of West Virginia. Our faculty engage in research initiatives that address real-world challenges, offering tangible benefits across the state. Since 2022, College faculty generated more than $14 million in sponsored funding to support the educational, mental, emotional, and physical well-being in schools and school communities.

CAHS Work In Schools (Interactive Map)

Through our teaching outreach and service activities, we foster a culture of innovation and collaboration. Through the many projects and programs focused on teaching and learning, health and well-being, and policy and governance, the College is positively impacting both individuals and communities across the state.

The map above illustrates the College of Applied Human Sciences' presence in all 55 counties.