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WVU Tech employees recognized for exemplifying University values

One hundred and fifty commemorative coins were created in honor of the West Virginia University's 150th birthday. Those coins were awarded to members of the University community who exemplify WVU’s values of Service, Curiosity, Respect, Accountability and Appreciation. These values define us as one University family, committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture that advances education, healthcare and prosperity for all. 

Campus President Carolyn Long presented coins to the following WVU Tech employees during a campus meeting on Thursday, February 15, 2018:

Zachary Carrier, Assistant Director of University Relations 
Jen Wood Cunningham, Director of University Relations 
Dr. Peggy Lambert‐Fink, Assistant Professor of Nursing & Director of the Student Health Clinic 
Scott Robertson, Assistant Dean for TRIO and Diversity Programs 
Michael Sheldon, Coordinator of Student Programming and Organizations
Candice Stadler, Associate Dean for Student Development 

 For photos from the presentation, check out our Flickr album.

150 Coin Presentations