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“Ask the WVU Extension Expert” social media Q&A sessions have West Virginians covered from graduation advice to gardening tips, and more

WVU Extension Service will unveil a new question and answer social media marketing campaign on Wednesday, April 23, called “Ask the WVU Extension Expert.”

The Q&A session kicks-off the first of many “Ask the WVU Extension Expert” sessions, which will take place on Wednesdays from noon until 1 p.m., on the WVU-ES Facebook page, Facebook.com/WVUExtension.

Learn more about Ask the Expert…


Site Redesign: Your Opinion Counts!

This redesign website is going to be redesigned, and the Web Team wants your input to help make the new site as useful as possible. We’ve developed a simple, non-scientific survey – just eight questions – to get some very basic information. It’s completely anonymous and you can skip any questions you don’t want to answer. Thanks in advance for your help!

Take the Survey


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Celebrating 100 Years of Extension!

This year marks 100 years of Extension and the Smith-Lever Act, and 100 years of serving the people of West Virginia. To help you celebrate this milestone in your counties and programs, we have developed a number of resources based around a unique WVU Extension 100 logo.

Initially, these resources include an email signature image, page runners, talking points, social media graphics, and the logo in a variety of formats. New items and additions will be added throughout the year, including a “WVU Extension Birthday in a Box” kit for summer programs.

WVU Extension 100 Resource Page


President Gee Is Already a WVU Extension Ambassador

Our new president is proving to be quite an ambassador for WVU Extension. While in Charleston, President Gee talked about our 100th celebration during a conversation with Beth Voorhees on West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Legislature Today program. This past weekend on The State Journal’s Decision Makers, a public affairs program seen statewide, he called the WVU Extension Service, “One of the most powerful forces for good in the state,” and explained the importance of the land-grant mission.

The State Journal’s Decision Makers

Watch the entire Decision Makers show.

WVPB Legislature Today

Listen E Gordon Gee to WVU President E. Gordon Gee discuss WVU Extension’s Service and importance to the state during an interview with West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s Beth Voorhees. To listen to President Gee discuss the 100th birthday of Extension Service, begin listening at 20:20.






Learning Outlook

Now that most of us are up and running in Microsoft Outlook, here are some resources for getting to know the software so you can make the most of it.