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Research and Learning Facilities


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WVU is an integral member of the expanding Carnegie Mellon University Community Robotics Education & Technology Empowerment (CREATE) Lab Satellite Network. The CMU CREATE Lab develops, refines, and produces technologies that are appropriate and accessible for children of all ages. WVU has focused on expanding two programs: Arts & Bots, a combined art and robotics program, and  GigaPa n System, a super-high-resolution photography system that we employ with a garden=based learning program at local schools.  

Learn more about the CREATE Lab

Center for the Future of Land-Grant Education

The Center for the Future of Land-Grant Education (“ The Land-Grant Center”) w is the only higher education research center in the country focused exclusively on land-grant institutions, policies, access and success, leadership, and engagement. To produce high-quality scholarship and influence higher education policy, the faculty affiliates of The Land-Grant Center will partner with researchers from the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU), the Rural Trust, the University Engagement Consortia, the National Rural Education Association, and higher education scholars from across the country. 

Learn more about the center

S.T.E.M. Education Laboratory

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Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (S.T.E.M.) education programs in the College of Education and Human Services have received significant enhancements from private gifts through the WVU Foundation’s State of Minds Campaign and WVU upgrades to learning facilities.  The S.T.E.M. Laboratory, in Allen Hall, offers a learning environment with computer technologies and traditional hands-on experimental learning stations.