The College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences is committed to student success and offers innovative programs to support your transition to college life, achievement of academic goals and career development.
Dean Dana Brooks will retire from the College of Physical Activity and Sport Sciences June 30, 2019, after more than four decades committed to promoting diversity and student success at West Virginia University. “I have had the honor of working with outstanding and gifted faculty, staff, students and alumni from the college. West Virginia University and the state of West Virginia changed and enhanced my life. I am proud to be a Mountaineer,” said Brooks.
Meet 11 CPASS seniors, all ready to walk the stage May 10 at the Coliseum. The students reflect on what advice they would give their freshmen selves, the support and connections they experienced while at WVU and opportunities they discovered on campus, in Morgantown, the State of West Virginia and around the globe.
Andrea Taliaferro, associate professor, was honored with the University’s 2019 Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching. The award identifies exceptional professors who go above and beyond to inspire their students. These faculty are particularly effective and inspiring teachers, have established patterns of exceptional innovation in their teaching methods, course design and instructional tools.