Dr. Patrice Harris' West Virginia University story begins as so many do – at a football game.
If you're a fan of "Stranger Things," you've seen some of William Davis' work.
After more than 400 combat missions and four deployments, Ed Olesh ended up merging an outdoor hobby with an education at WVU.
They served our country. Now their journeys beyond the military have stretched to the campus of WVU.
Jevon Carter leaps to the pros after his storied career at WVU. Check out a list of other Mountaineers who've suited up for the NBA.
Loneliness is a pervasive health problem. This nursing researcher has a way to stop it.
He almost lost his life racing. Then the journey began.
Meet Daniel McTaggart: WVU custodian by night, beat poet by day.
This alumni's career has literally been a roller coaster ride.
Behind WVU's latest $1.2 billion campaign are real stories -- many waiting to be unraveled -- linked to every penny.
Alumna Elaine McMillion Sheldon directed two documentaries in West Virginia about people who are combatting the opioid crisis and seeking recovery.
Will Grier is as much a superstar family man than a superstar quarterback (though he doesn't like changing diapers).
Joanna Burt-Kinderman is a math coach...yes, a math coach. And her work has helped put schools in Pocahontas County, W.Va. on par with with the most math-proficient states in the nation.
Margreet Bos went to see the world after graduating from WVU in 1995. Then her world changed when a grenade landed in her truck.
Dr. Ali Rezai's methods of treating neurological disorders sound like mere science fiction. But they're not.
Professor Scott Bowdridge has spent his entire adult life studying a parasite killing sheep. He may have just figured out how to stop it.
Steven Kinsey is finding ways to treat neuropathic pain with cannabis - safely and without the high, man.
Sometimes all it takes to solve a mystery is a Google search and a fudge shop.
This young alum is a tech entrepreneur who developed a protocol that transmits data over audio.
For Saiph Savage, the intersection of humans and computers is as much an exploration of sociology and psychology as it is numbers and data.
Candice Brown explores the biological gender differences in sepsis patients.
WVU professors are on the frontlines of combatting the opioid crisis.
One researcher is predicting cholera before it appears.
Some look at where we've been. We look at what's ahead. Here's what drives West Virginia forward.
The WVU College of Law is aiding in one man's quest for freedom after 20 years in prison.
We saw the educator shortage looming. It’s here now. And WVU researchers have some ideas about how to fix it.
WVU has covered new ground in changing the culture.
Poetry, prose and pulled pork have more in common than you think. Ask world barbecue champion Luke Darnell.