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"Without Challenge, There Can Be No Mountaineers" WVU's 2012 national TV spot: Our hearts beat in the face of challenge. For without it... there is nothing... No character. No grit. No goals. Without challenge... there can BE nothing No discovery. No knowledge. No cures. For us, the challenge is EVERYTHING. Without it, there can BE no Mountaineers. Please visit http://about.wvu.edu for more information about West Virginia University.
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Placement of wind turbines, paired with the California condors’ expansive wing span and inability to quickly respond to aerial threats could be a deadly combination for the rare bird. WVU geography professor Jonathan Hall is studying flight patterns of condors to better understand how these birds respond to variation in topography and weather. Read more: http://go.wvu.edu/1FQ6qqh

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With the help of a major NIH grant, WVU is bolstering its faculty and scientific research on stroke. The grant of $10.7 million over the next five years will have a transformational effect on the University's basic and translational stroke research.

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