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Feared and Revered: All Eyes On AI

As an experiment and way to help exhibit AI as a tool and resource, all images within this feature were created using an image generator using prompts directly from the story. The direct keywords used are underlined in red for each image.

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Riding the Waves

As WVU repositions itself, Fred King sees the Mountain State’s flagship, land-grant institution weathering future storms and, despite a changing higher ed landscape, remaining a premier research institution. Trust him, he’s done his research.

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Love and Science

A chance date. The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Research. Breast Cancer. All of these factor into a love story that has withstood "in sickness and in health."

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From the source: WVU’s student-run media

Student-run media at WVU is much more than an extracurricular activity — it’s an experience with the power to supercharge careers and transform an industry.

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Meal Ticket

WVU's health care providers write prescriptions for fresh vegetables, see the results in patient health.

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An uptick in confronting ‘the silent epidemic of this decade’

Expanding deer populations and rising global temperatures have paved the way for pesky, parasitic ticks to thrive and spread illness to Americans at a more dramatic pace in recent years.

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Committing to Memory

By 2060, the number of Americans with Alzheimer’s is projected to soar to 14 million. Researchers at West Virginia University are working feverishly to impede that trend as much as possible – and to focus on innovative ways to treat existing patients.

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Energy Evolution

At West Virginia University, researchers across varying disciplines including geology, forestry and engineering are exploring alternative and sustainable pathways to power the nation.

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Exceeding the Vision

Gazing through the vast floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Monongahela River from the building bearing his name, Bob Reynolds, BS ’74, reflects on his days as a West Virginia University student.

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Little Big Moments

"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.”

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The Fence at the Top of the Cliff

Perhaps nothing is so simultaneously inspiring and frightening to any creator as a blank slate, like the one presented a decade ago to the faculty and staff of the WVU School of Public Health.

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Reinventing the Steel

Sorry, Spot. After a look at research underway at the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, one might think that humanity has a new best friend in robotic form.

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