WLU NAMES NEW DIRECTOR OF PUBLICATIONS

Whitney Inkster has been named the new Director of Publications in the Office of Institutional Advancement at West Liberty University.   Reporting directly to Jason Koegler, VP of Institutional Advancement, Inkster’s responsibilities will include website design and maintenance, as well as graphic design. She will also develop all marketing and recruitment publications for the university. … Read More

WLU’S McCullough Retires After 40 Years of Service

Dr. John P. McCullough, Provost at WLU will retire today after 40 years of service to the university. The announcement was made earlier this year that McCullough would retire at the end of the school’s fiscal year.   “John is a respected member of the WLU staff and his years of service to the university … Read More

WLU NAMES NEW DIRECTOR OF MARKETING

Stefanie Trouten has been named the new Director of Marketing in the Office of Institutional Advancement at West Liberty University.  Trouten joined WLU in August 2010 as a Communications Officer before advancing to her current position.   Reporting directly to Jason Koegler, VP of Institutional Advancement, Trouten’s primary responsibilities include marketing, public relations, social media, … Read More

WLU AND APPALACHIAN EDUCATION INITATIVE PARTNER ON NEW CENTER

West Liberty University and the Appalachian Education Initiative (AEI) are pleased to announce a new partnership which will result in the creation of an arts and education center on the WLU main campus.  The Center will be a collaboration between AEI and the Colleges of Education and Arts and Communication at the University.   The … Read More

TOM WOODS TO SPEAK AT NEXT ECONOMICS CLUB LUNCH

Author of “Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal Collapse” will speak on June 30th in Wheeling.   The Center for Economic Philosophy will host author Tom Woods on Thursday, June 30th at the Fort Henry Club in Wheeling at noon.   The author of  “Rollback: Repealing Big Government Before the Coming Fiscal Collapse,” … Read More

WLU NAMES NEW DIRECTOR OF MAJOR GIFTS

Angie Zambito has been named the new Director of Major Gifts in the Office of Institutional Advancement at West Liberty University.  Zambito joined WLU in March 2010 as a Development Officer and quickly advanced to her current position.   Reporting directly to Jason Koegler, VP of Institutional Advancement, Zambito’s primary responsibilities will include engaging individual … Read More

EMBL SUMMER INSTITUTE BEING HELD ON CAMPUS

The Emerging Minority Business Leaders (EMBL) Summer Institute is currently at West Liberty University until June 24, 2011.  This is the fourth year that WLU has hosted the two-week entrepreneurial program for students from across the country and internationally.   EMBL is currently funded through the Department of Commerce, Minority Business Development Agency.  The goal … Read More

ERIC BOVAIRD NAMED HEAD COACH AT CHAMINADE

WLU’s men’s basketball assistant coach Eric Bovaird has been hired as head men’s basketball coach at perennial NCAA Division II West Region powerhouse Chaminade University. Bovaird replaces Matt Mahar on the Silverswords’ sidelines. After six outstanding seasons at Chaminade, Mahar returned to the mainland last month when he was hired as head coach of NCAA Division … Read More

WLU NAMES KOEGLER VP OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

Jason Koegler has been named the new Vice President of Institutional Advancement at West Liberty University.  After three years in the Office of Development at West Liberty, Koegler was chosen to lead the newly formed Office of Institutional Advancement.   “I am extremely excited to take on this new venture at the University. I am … Read More

WLU ANNOUNCES SPRING 2011 DEAN’S

West Liberty University announces those students who have been named to the 2011 Dean’s list for the Spring semester. Students with a minimum of a 3.5 GPA are given this honor. All members of the Spring 2011 Dean’s List are listed below by County/City and then by State/City.   Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City Tuan Tran … Read More