Joanna Burt-Kinderman is a math coach...yes, a math coach. And her work has helped put schools in Pocahontas County, W.Va. on par with with the most math-proficient states in the nation.
Candice Brown explores the biological gender differences in sepsis patients.
Before 2006, WVU had zero Chinese language or culture courses. Along came Hannah Lin to change that.
Christa Parravani speaks about the loss of a twin in her memoir "Her."
Edward Etzel, director of the Russell "Bud" Bolton Center for Sports Ethics at WVU, examines the changing culture of sports and its erosion of ethics.
Sociologist Joshua Woods examines how the post-9/11 world has leaned America toward authoritarianism.
Hear what researcher Karen Culcasi found when she interviewed women in a Syrian refugee camp in Jordan.
Agriculture law professor Alison Peck says your food is more unregulated than you think. As genetic engineering has advanced, U.S. law hasn't caught up, and she has some ideas on how to change that.
Law professor James Van Nostrand is director of the WVU Center for Energy and Sustainable Development. He's worked on a report to help the state of West Virginia handle the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's new Clean Power Plan.
Criminology professor James Nolan was a cop in “Murder Town USA” and has researched crime with the FBI. He’s got some ideas on how to create policing that works.
Former Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Oliver Luck examines the changes ahead for the NCAA as college athletes work to form unions and become recognized as employees.