Gold Headlines: January 23, 2015

    =Program Feature: Community Education= The Community Education Program gives students the option to select one of six wide-ranging, interdisciplinary majors that expand learning and knowledge of children and adult learners outside the realm of traditional classrooms into the community. Please see the Plans of Study for the 2-Year and 3-Year Community Education cohorts and watch an...
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Gold Headlines: January 16, 2015

      =Welcome Back!= Welcome everyone back to a new semester, always a very exciting time for our faculty, students, and friends. We encourage every student to embrace the opportunity to make this a great semester — remember to always do your best and you will shine like a star! =The Center for Arts and Education – One of the Top Reasons to Choose West Liberty...
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Professional Development Workshop Opportunities

  Amy Loring, alumnus ’89, and another teacher run professional development workshops through Ashland University as well as several school districts. Their Educational Consulting Business is called Two Teachers on the Edge. They give presentations to reignite a passion for teachers and administrators working with the at-risk student population especially those who are plagued by poverty....
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Gold Headlines: December 12, 2014

      =Happy Holidays From College of Education= As the Fall semester of 2014 is coming to a close, we look back at the tremendous work and incredible projects completed by our faculty, staff, students, donors, and community partners. With everyone’s contributions, we have reached many ambitious achievements: Faculty Excellence Award (Ms. JoJo Ullom and Dr. Li-Wei Peng),...
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Gold Headlines: December 05, 2014

      =Faculty Research Grant Awards= Congratulations! Our faculty Dr. Ryan Koenig (Assistant Professor of Exercise Physiology) and Mr. Abu Ma’afala (Instructor of Exercise Physiology) were each awarded a West Liberty University Faculty Research Grant this year. Dr. Koenig’s research project is titled Effects of Eccentric-Exercise-Induced Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness...
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Gold Headlines: November 21, 2014

      =Athletic Training Faculty and Student Taught Third Graders about Body= Dr. David R. Hanna, Athletic Training Program Director and Kelsey Hardman, junior AT student, spent an hour with the West Liberty Elementary third graders teaching them about the body. The class was learning about the skeleton and Dr. Hanna and Kelsey visited the class with some of the program’s...
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