West Virginia University Extension Service announced the appointment of Jamie Mullins as the 4-H youth development agent for Calhoun and Gilmer counties, effective January 1, 2018.
Earlier this week, Gov. Jim Justice issued an executive order declaring the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 29, as an official holiday for State employees.
Just a reminder that the University is offering assistance and reimbursement to employees for any overdraft charges, late fees or penalties that were incurred due to a delay in the direct deposit of the November 24, 2017 paycheck.
Employees financially affected can fill out the CLAIM FOR REIMBURSEMENT OF BANK CHARGES available at https://payroll.wvu.edu/news. Submit the completed form within 45 days of the date the claim accrues to email@example.com. Verification of the amount you are claiming must be provided and attached. Records to support your claim must include bank statements or other correspondence. Questions can be directed to Linda Strawser at 304-293-4336.
West Virginia University Extension Service has appointed Alexandria “Alex” (Straight) Smith as agricultural and natural resources agent in Hampshire and Hardy counties, effective November 15, 2017.
West Virginia University Extension Service’s Families and Health faculty were nationally recognized for their dedication and commitment to meeting the needs of West Virginia individuals, families and communities at the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Session.
holidays have past, all faculty files are complete, and I am sure that you are
back in the thick of trying to maintain a work/life balance. If you are
like me and need some help with that, the Healthy Extension Team has the
perfect solution for you.
Sign up for the new Work/Life Balance Challenge!!!!
Extension has the following items available in the warehouse. Now is the time to stock up on supplies for the summer, camps, activities etc.
Morgantown, W.Va. – WVU Extension Service’s McDowell County 4-H Agent, Donald Reed, has been elected to the National Association of Extension 4-H Agents board of trustees as the vice president of finance and operations.
Summers County Extension Agent Rick
Moorefield accepted the 2017 Heritage Tourism Award on behalf of the
John Henry Historical Park Steering Committee. This organization created
a new tourist destination in Summers County that preserves the history
of John Henry, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad and Talcott for future
generations. The John Henry Historical Park Steering Committee, like the
park, is a symbol of hard work, strength, love, dedication and
persistence. Well done, Rick!
In response to the West Virginia OASIS (Our Advanced Solution to Integrated Systems)
Initiative, all West Virginia state agencies and higher education institutions
are required to move to a bi-weekly payroll.