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University of Charleston

  1. Monica Dial Named New UC Cheer Coach   Lincoln County native Monica Dial will join the Golden Eagles as the new head cheerleading coach. While this will be Dial’s first experience as a coach, she brings in fifteen years of her own experience as a cheerleader and has been a mentor in the competitive cheer […]

  2. UC Board of Trustees Chairman Patrick Graney has been named as the 2022 recipient of the Spirit of the Valley Award, given by the YMCA of the Kanawha Valley. The award recognizes those who offer exemplary community service in the Kanawha Valley and across West Virginia. In addition to serving on the UC Board, Graney […]

  3. (Gazette-Mail Opinion Piece from President Roth on 8/27) Read it on the GM website   Why Our Differences Make a Difference   It is far too common today for our differences to be magnified in ways that pull us apart.  This does not need to be so. You may be surprised to learn that the […]

  4. Today the state of West Virginia commemorates Juneteenth, marking the end of slavery in. the United States. The University of Charleston joins with our state, our city, and our community to celebrate how far we’ve come, while acknowledging the work left to do. May we continue to be the change. Juneteenth is celebrated throughout the […]

  5.   UC Graduates Earn CPA Exam Merit Award and Outstanding Accounting Student Awards At the recent West Virginia Society of CPAs Annual Committee Day, two top awards were awarded to a UC graduate and a current UC student. Jason Prince (2020 graduate) was named as the 2021 West Virginia CPA Exam Merit winner (highest score […]

  6. Eli Hughes Received a Presidential Medal from the Lions Club Eli Hughes was recently recognized with the presidential medal for his leadership in establishing a UC Chapter of the Lions Club. With over 47,000 clubs and 1.4 million members worldwide, individual Lions Clubs strive to serve the needs of their local communities in tangible ways. […]

  7. The National Athlete Honor Society, Chi Alpha Sigma, recently inducted 111 UC student-athletes. These students earned an overall GPA of 3.4 or higher, completed 60 hours of degree credit, and have the recommendation of their respective head coaches. The ceremony had been delayed for two years due to Covid-19, so this one was very special, […]

  8. The University of Charleston will be celebrating its 134th class of graduates on Saturday, April 30, in two separate ceremonies – undergraduates at 10:00 am and graduate students at 1:00 pm. Both ceremonies will take place in the Wehrle Athletic Arena on UC’s campus There are nearly 400 graduates expected to take part, although UC […]

  9. The UC fraternity Kappa Delta Rho recently spent time living the UC Mission by actively serving and delivering blankets, food, and water to individuals and families in need around Charleston. With a focus on the homeless population, the fraternity members were accompanied by local law enforcement and Taryn Wherry, the Director of Charleston’s Coordinated Addiction […]

  10. Sarah Govender, a P3 pharmacy student, has been selected as a national student officer for region three of the Industry Pharmacists Organization (IPhO). Only 16 students nationwide were selected for these positions. Govender’s primary responsibilities will be training the executive boards at each school in this region, serving as their liaison to the national organization, […]