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    Why summer at CPASS?

    CPASS offers three- and six-week online and on campus options. Students enrolled in the summer program can reduce credits needed for the next semester while completing a minor to strengthen career opportunities.

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    Summer exploration program prepares inbound students for success at WVU

    Sign up for Mountaineer Quest, an outdoor-based orientation program designed exclusively for incoming CPASS students. This five-day summer program helps incoming first-year students make friends, explore area outdoor destinations and learn more about WVU and their major before the start of the fall semester.

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    Baseball in the Dominican Republic

    In this sport business study abroad trip, students will experience a vibrant and rich culture while learning about the business aspects of baseball in the Dominican Republic. During the trip, students will visit the sport and cultural organizations located in the cities of Boca Chica, Santo Domingo and San Pedro de Macoris.

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Faculty Spotlight

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    Sean Bulger Associate Professor
    Sean Bulger is featured on WVU’s Online Degrees website. Bulger describes the online Master of Science in physical education teacher education as a “community of practice.” Students in the program come from all over the country to collaborate and share best practices related to their experiences in the classroom.
  •  James Hannon
    James Hannon Professor
    James Hannon, assistant dean of academic affairs and research, has been elected as an Active Fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology. Hannon points to having been elected by his peers to the status of NAK Fellow as “one of the highest recognitions of sustained excellence in scholarship and leadership in kinesiology.”
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