On this episode of “What’s Next,” we speak with Andrea Darr from the WV Center for Children’s Justice, Audra Hamrick from the WVU School of Public Health and Cortney Simmons from the WVU Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion about the creation of the new “Handle With Care” guidelines they helped to create. These are designed to help people spot and know when to report the signs of child neglect & abuse.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and ongoing uncertainties in the higher education world, West Virginia University received $195 million in external funding for research and other sponsored programs this past fiscal year.
Protecting the rights of others, exposing discrimination through entertainment venues, sharing the anxiety of recovering from substance abuse disorder and recounting the personal experience of escaping a war-torn country through refugee camps are the social justice themes woven among the four speakers at West Virginia University’s 2020 Hardesty Festival of Ideas lectures.
West Virginia University will resume in-person undergraduate classes on the Morgantown campus Monday, Sept. 28.