Alderson Broaddus student aims to empower women through research

One Alderson Broaddus University junior satisfied her curiosity for research by interning through the WV-INBRE program, a federally funded opportunity available to students enrolled at WV-INBRE partner institutions interested in biomedical research with an emphasis on chronic diseases. Emily Rainey, a dual biology and chemistry major from Beckley, West Virginia, […]

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AB Professor Publishes Article on Climate Change

Dr. Brandi Gaertner, assistant professor of environmental science at Alderson Broaddus University, has conducted research on the impact climate change has on evapotranspiration, leading to a published article in the Science of The Total Environment. The title of her article is “Climate, forest growing season, and evapotranspiration changes in the […]

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AB Announces Human Rights Activist Richard E. Lapchick as Commencement Speaker

Human rights activist, pioneer for racial equality, internationally recognized expert on sports and social issues, scholar and author Richard E. Lapchick will be the principal speaker at Alderson Broaddus University’s 148th Commencement on May 4, 2019. “Richard Lapchick is often described as the ‘racial conscience of sport.’ I am delighted […]

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NASA Visits Alderson Broaddus University

Representatives from NASA visited the campus of Alderson Broaddus University. Mr. Kenneth D. Rehm, associate director of NASA’s Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) program, and Isaac H. Lambert, cybersecurity assurance specialist, spoke to AB students about the opportunities for internships and pathways to joining NASA. Computer science and cyber security students […]

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