WVU President says Heather Bresch controversy hasn’t hurt its reputation

By Scott Finn 

This week, WVU and Marshall competed on the basketball floor in Charleston. But before the Capitol Classic, presidents of both universities came together to promote more funding for research – Governor Manchin’s “Bucks for Brains” initiative. They say the investment could lead to hundreds of new high-tech jobs. 

Also, we asked WVU President Mike Garrison about the controversy surrounding an MBA degree the university granted to Manchin’s daughter – and whether that affects WVU’s reputation. He says it hasn’t. 

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One Comment on “WVU President says Heather Bresch controversy hasn’t hurt its reputation”

  1. JOHN H. Says:

    THE CONTEMPT MANY ADMINISTRATORS FEEL FOR FACULTY IS REVEALED IN THE W.V.U. SITUATION WHERE A SUITABLE PUNISHMENT FOR BEING A DISHONEST AND INCOMPETENT ADMINISTATOR IS BEING RETURNED TO THE TEACHING FACULTY.


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