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Indigenous Appalachia

An exhibit designed to increase awareness of the contributions of Indigenous Appalachians, while also recognizing continuing injustices faced by Indigenous people.

Indigenous Appalachia

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Buffalo Creek Disaster

WVU Libraries, History Department mark Buffalo Creek disaster anniversary with exhibits, outreach

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Immersion Program

West Virginia University Libraries is Helping Graduate Students Become Better Researchers

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Libraries unveil inaugural Inclusive Portrait

In April, WVU Libraries unveiled a portrait of Victorine Louistall Monroe, Professor Emerita of Library Science, in the Downtown Library’s Robinson Reading Room.

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A Letter from the Dean

"Being a model of social equity requires finding ways to elevate and center voices and contributions of individuals who have been historically marginalized."

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Strategic Roadmap

After a year-long process of iterative internal conversations and activities, distillation of hundreds of potential action items and a series of campus stakeholder feedback, WVU Libraries has launched its 2021-2024 Strategic Roadmap.

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