Christi Schweninger always loved horses and dreamed of working with them. But she didn't know how to make that dream a reality until she discovered the University's Equine Studies program.
Clara Beth Novotny of Falling Waters will travel to Chicago Nov. 20-21
to be interviewed by the District XI Committee of Selection. She is the
first WVU nominee to advance as a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship
since Chelsea Hodgkins in 2013.
With ceremonial gold pitch forks and bales of hay, Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design and WVU Extension Service broke ground on a multi-million dollar equine educational facility at WVU's J.W. Ruby Research Farm in Reedsville, West Virginia.
Brig. Gen. Robert Jenkins, U.S. Air Force, retired, and his wife, Nicki, made a substantial contribution to the trust in 2014 and will continue to make substantial contributions to this trust over the next five years to honor the role Kidder played in Jenkins's life.
John Boney and Brian Glover, Ph.D., students in WVU's Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design, earned certificates of excellence for their paper presentations at a meeting of the Poultry Science Association.
A longtime professional association will come full circle for a West Virginia University scholar when he becomes a fellow of the Poultry Science Association at the end of this month.
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