Pioneer Shooting Club takes aim at Breast Cancer Awareness Month 
The Pioneer Shooting Club is once again taking a stand in the fight against breast cancer as it proudly announces its 3rd Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Auction. This event, scheduled to take place on October 11th in the Mollahan Center Ballroom, promises to be a powerful and impactful occasion dedicated to raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research and support.  Breast cancer remains a significant global health challenge, affecting millions of lives each year. In its third year, the Pioneer Shooting Club continues to demonstrate its commitment to making a difference in the fight against this disease. The Breast Cancer Awareness Auction has become a cornerstone event, uniting the local community and firearms enthusiasts in a shared mission of support. 
Professor Kristen Tunno Set to Inspire at the Women Leaders National Convention in New Orleans 
Professor Kristen Tunno, a prominent figure at Glenville State University serving as the Senior Woman Administrator in athletics and Lecturer of Business over the Sport Management program, is all set to represent Glenville State University at the upcoming Women Leaders National Convention in New Orleans from October 8th to 10th.  This exciting opportunity was made possible by Professor Tunno's successful application for a $2500 grant from the esteemed Mountain East Conference. The grant serves as recognition of her outstanding contributions to the field of sports management and her commitment to advancing opportunities for women in athletics. 
Glenville State University’s Debate Team Strikes “Gold” at Slippery Rock Tournament
Glenville State University's Pioneer Debate team competed in the National Educational Debate Association's (NEDA) Slippery Rock University tournament September 22-23. The tournament included 74 individual competitors from seven schools: Slippery Rock, Grove City, Dayton, Wayne State, Glenville State, Capital, and IMSA North.   Pioneer Debate’s two teams competed in the Novice Crossfire division. Rebekah Hypes (Sophomore Criminal Justice major) and teammate Sandra Crites (Sophomore Education major) finished 3rd overall. Noah Minor (Sophomore Business Management and Land Surveying double-major) and teammate Victoria Osborne (Sophomore Criminal Justice major) finished 5th overall. Rebekah Hypes topped all individual scores for a first-place divisional finish, and Noah Minor scored a fifth-place divisional finish.  
Glenville State University Homecoming Events Planned for October
Glenville State University will celebrate its annual Homecoming during the week of October 9, culminating on Saturday, October 14. A number of events are planned throughout the week for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends. Everyone is encouraged to make plans to come back to Glenville. 
The Little Kanawha Reading Series Presents Poet Matthew Wimberley
The Little Kanawha Reading Series is thrilled to announce a captivating literary event featuring poet Matthew Wimberley. The reading will take place on Thursday, September 28, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. in the Robert F. Kidd Library, situated on the picturesque campus of Glenville State University. 
Glenville State University Student Completes Internship with NASA WV Space Grant Consortium
Natalie Fout, a Secondary Math Education Major at Glenville State University, has successfully completed a transformative internship with the NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium (WVSGC) during the summer of 2023. Her role as Outreach Coordinator and Launch Director for the West Virginia Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project (WVNEBP) marked a significant contribution to this NASA-funded initiative, bringing together 70 atmospheric science and engineering teams from across the nation. 
Local Open House at Glenville State University Invites Calhoun, Roane, Gilmer, and Braxton County Students to Explore Educational Opportunities 
Glenville State University hosted a special open house event aimed at students of Calhoun, Roane, Gilmer, and Braxton counties. This unique occasion provided an excellent opportunity for individuals in the local community to discover the diverse academic programs, resources, and career prospects that Glenville State University has to offer. 
Glenville State University receives Appalachian Collegiate Research Grant
Glenville State University will be one of 13 institutions to receive the Appalachian Collegiate Research Initiative Grant (ARCI) funded by the Appalachian Regional Commission. Dr. Mark Sarver, Associate Professor of Business and Workforce Learning Experiences Manager will lead the student research addressing the need for moderate income housing to attract professional talent to central West Virginia.    Since 2001, more than 22 colleges and universities - and over 2,800 students- from across Appalachia have participated in ARC's Appalachian Collegiate Research Initiative (ACRI). This applied research training program helps Appalachian students conduct research and develop projects supporting economic development in their communities.