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Graduate student life at WVU goes beyond work
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It's a common trope that graduate students don't do much outside of the lab.
At West Virginia University, the students do spend a good deal of their time in the lab, but when they're not working or studying, they're enjoying what the area has to offer.
But don't take it from us. Biology Ph.D. candidate Jessica B. Turner, psychology Ph.D. candidate Margeaux Gray and physics Ph.D. candidate Scott Cushing will tell you themselves about the outdoors that they love, the coworkers and friends they socialize with and the arts scene they enjoy.
Recent WVU Grad Student's documentary to be featured on ESPN
Dr. Marc Williams: acclaimed national motivational speaker adding documentary filmmaker to his list of accomplishments
Marc Williams graduated from the department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Human and Education Services, in May 2015, and venturing outside the traditional lines of education in a great way. Marc Williams is directing an ESPN 30 for 30 film about Boston Celtics Hall of Famer, Jo Jo White. Most recently, CNN named Dr. Williams as one of the top 10 college motivational speakers in the United States.Read the Full Article on PRWeb
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