Three-Minute Thesis grand finale winners announced


Forestry and natural resources major Sindupa De Silva is the winner of the competition, hosted by the Office of Graduate Education and Life, for his presentation on “Human Land-Use Practices and Their Impacts on Nature’s Kidneys.”

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Public Health doctoral candidate accepted into renowned CDC fellowship program as an EIS Officer

When West Virginia University School of Public Health PhD candidate Eric Lundstrom received a phone call with the opportunity of a lifetime, he almost didn’t answer.

“I saw the caller I.D. from Atlanta, Ga., which is where the CDC headquarters are. Normally, I wouldn't pick up because I think it's maybe a spam call,” Lundstrom said.  

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Graduate Student Feature: Mira Snider

Headshot of Mira Snider

Mira has always been fascinated by the complexity that is inherent to making quality mental health interventions readily available to the public. Her research focuses on the processes by which evidence-based psychotherapeutic practices are implemented and sustained in routine clinical practice, with a focus on community mental health settings.

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Laser focused

Ph.D. Geography student Michelle Bester working with equipment in the woods

Growing up in rural South Africa, Michelle Bester always aspired to pursue graduate school internationally.

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