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2018

Gee: Chambers donation about much more than a building or name – November 12

Former Cisco CEO and Chairman to help WVU support start-ups and entrepreneurship; business school renamed John Chambers College of Business and Economics – November 9

Media coverage of Oct. 26  Blue Ribbon Commission meeting

Bringing positivity back to Clay County  – The Clay County Free Press, October 23 

WVU announces conditional pilot program for secondary IFC recruitment period – October 22

Public universities must lead the way on free speech and scientific fact – Washington Examiner, October 8

Gee addresses frats, finances during State of the University – The Dominion Post, October 8

President Gordon Gee delivers annual State of the University Address at WVU – WBOY-TV, October 8

Gee: No more ‘wild west’ Greek life – WAJR, October 1

WVU bans 5 fraternities in ongoing debate – Education Dive, October 1

Is it money or due process? Frats, WVU at odds over banishment – The (Pittsburgh) Post-Gazette, September 28  

President Gee talks about banning dissociating fraternities on Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval (segment begins at 40:23) – MetroNews, September 28

Five fraternities banned from WVU's campus – WDTV-TV, September 28

'With a heavy heart,' WVU president bans five fraternities – The (Pittsburgh) Post-Gazette, September 28   

Gee: 5 disassociated fraternities no longer recognized by West Virginia University – WVNews, September 27

WVU puts 10-year ban on five fraternities forming independent council – The Dominion Post, September 27

WVU bans disassociated fraternities from campus for a decade – The Daily Athenaeum, September 27

WVU launches 10-year ban as 5 fraternities form new IFC – MetroNews, September 27

WVU bans 5 fraternities from campus – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, September 27

WVU Medicine announces first heart transplant program – WBOY-TV, September 19

Governor joins WVU President Gordon Gee in heart transplant announcement – WAJR, September 19

E. Gordon Gee: Using surpluses to restore funding would help WV's regional universities –The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, September 16

Gee: Strong revenue numbers should lead to funding restoration to higher ed – MetroNews, September 10

Blue ribbon commission mulls options for re-organizing higher education – WV News, September 9

President Gee on Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval (segment begins at 54:10) – MetroNews, September 5

WVU’s Gee: Assessing needs, structure focus of Blue Ribbon meeting – WAJR, August 28

Gordon Gee sounds off about WVU fraternity separation – Education Dive, August 22

WVU issues statement after meeting with fraternity leaders – August 21

'Deliberate and reckless’: West Virginia University president warns parents about fraternities that severed ties – The Washington Post, August 21

West Virginia U warns students, parents about rogue fraternities – Inside Higher Ed, August 21

Tough New Standards Prompt Several WVU Fraternities To Threaten Disaffiliation – KDKA-TV, August 20

Group WVU fraternities look to break away from university – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, August 20

As 'rogue' fraternities emerge, WVU's president sends urgent message to parents about ungoverned groups – The (Pittsburgh) Post-Gazette, August 20

President Gee on Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval: WVU warns parents about dissident fraternities (segment begins at 0:01:58) –  MetroNews, August 20

WVU president addresses fraternity life after several dissociate from university – WDTV-TV, August 19

Kappa Alpha and Sigma Chi dissociate with WVU – The Daily Athenaeum, August 19

Barnwood Builders episode featuring WVU set to air Sunday – August 1

WVU President talks Blue Ribbon Commission, 'flawed' HEPC funding model, consolidation – The (Beckley) Register-Herald, July 27

Gee talks changing higher ed in W.Va. – The (Martinsburg) Journal, July 23

President Gee on Talkline with Hoppy Kercheval (segment begins at 55:14) – MetroNews, July 19

Long is interim HEPC chancellor – Links to media coverage following Carolyn Long's selection as interim Higher Education Policy Commission chancellor on July 10.

Gordon Gee, Ohio State HR veep, say they never heard about doctor’s abuse – The Columbus Dispatch, July 10

Chancellor search likely to halt because of higher education size-up – MetroNews, July 2

WVU, Marshall presidents on new panel to examine college funding in WV – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, July 2    

WVU President Gee visits 4-H Older Members Conference – The Weston News, June 27

How colleges must collaborate to lift up the communities just outside their door – The Conversation, June 25

WVU President speaks to 4-Hers, junior firefighters –  Weston Democrat, June 25

Hundreds of comments submitted for college funding formula proposal – The State Journal, June 25

WVU takes action against fraternities following review The (Pittsburgh) Post-Gazette, June 20

Gee visits 4-H camp at Jackson's Mill – WBOY-TV, June 19

WVU partners with Healthy Harrison – WDTV-TV

WVU president Dr. Gordon Gee visits Lewis, Harrison counties Tuesday – WV News, June 19

Collaboration is key to success of WV Forward – Times West Virginian/The (Beckley) Register-Herald, June 13

Gee addresses incoming WVU freshmen at New Student Orientation – The Dominion Post, June 12

Gee says West Virginia Forward initiative is picking up steam – The (Wheeling) Intelligencer, June 12

Not All University Presidents Are Risk-Averse And Boring – Forbes, June 7

Op-Ed: Let's not be pennywise and a pound foolish when it comes to higher ed – The (Beckley) Register-Herald, June 3

Big 12 exceeds projections with another record revenue distribution – CNHI Sports, June 1

How college athletic departments plan to tackle sports gambling – CNHI Sports, May 31

WVU president Gordon Gee says Big 12 TV future might be Amazon, Google or Netflix – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, May 28

Is expansion still possible for Big 12? Why new chairman thinks conference's current size is positive – The Dallas News, May 26

WVU president Gordon Gee foresees realignment, but no problems for Mountaineers – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, May 26

Changing View Of STEM Skills – The (Wheeling) Intelligencer/News Register, May 21 

Mylan, WVU partnership to promote STEM great news for Mountain State –  The Exponent Telegram, May 16

Mylan gives $5M to boost West Virginia's STEM education – Pittsburgh Business Times, May 14

WVU, Mylan join forces for STEM project – WSAZ-TV, May 14

Reflecting on West Virginia University’s purpose as another academic year comes to an end – The State Journal, May 7

This Silicon Valley congressman wants to sell his vision to Trump country. Here's why Democrats' future could hinge on it  – Los Angeles Times, May 6

West Virginia President calls for lowering the drinking age  – Politico, May 1

Gordon Gee: 'The biggest issue facing higher ed is complacency' – Education Drive, April 30

WVU president wins service award – WVNews, April 26

WVU President Gee visits Pinch Elementary School to serve as guest speaker – WCHS/WVAH-TV, April 24

Letter: Youth leaders honor Gordon Gee (Daily Mail) – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, April 19

WVU President E. Gordon Gee Visits Wheeling – The (Wheeling) Intelligencer, April 18

Gee: WVU responsible for retaining state's talent – The Herald-Dispatch, April 14

WVU President Gee visits Preston High School students – Preston County News & Journal, April 13

Photo: WVU's Gee visits Nitro High to recruit prospective students – The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, April 12

Gordon Gee transforms WVU as he reflects on Ohio State – New Philadelphia Times Reporter, April 9

Flagships go national: At U-Michigan, nearly half of students now from out of state – The Washington Post, March 29

Future U Podcast, Episode 6, Gordon Gee – March 27

Gee says WVU is providing programs, skills for growth – The (Martinsburg) Journal, March 25

WVU President talks staying in state during Spring Mills visit – The (Martinsburg) Journal, March 24

Greeting Gee – The (Martinsburg) Journal, March 23

West Virginia University President stops in the Eastern Panhandle – WDVM-TV, March 23

Solutions: Solving problems requires new methods – The Parkersburg News and Sentinel, March 22

Can West Virginia Solve America's Healthcare Problems? – Fortune, March 20

Why Shifting Mindsets Is the Key to Solving West Virginia’s Well-Being Crisis – Thrive Global, March 20

When 5 is 4 and 3 is 2, it's time for a dose of Gee – The (Clarksburg) Exponent Telegram, March 4

WVU President E. Gordon Gee sees bright future for university, state and West Virginians – The (Clarksburg) Exponent Telegram, March 4

Seeing Value In Education – The (Wheeling) Intelligencer, March 4

WVU President Gordon Gee reads to children for National Read Across America Day – WBOY-TV, March 2

Gee delivers 2018 State of the University Address – The State Journal, February 27

WVU’s Gee addresses the State of the University –  MetroNews, February 27

This is my last job, says WVU’s Gee – The Dominion Post, February 25

Trib editorial: Frat recruiting and students' safety  – The (Pittsburgh) Tribune-Review, February 23

No easy fix: Gee responds to anonymous letter suggesting the elimination of Greek life on campus –The Daily Athenaeum, February 21

New report weighs in on higher ed's role in labor market – Education Dive, February 20

Gee: Proactive approach will save Greek Life at WVU – WAJR, February 15

Opinion: West Virginia Forward gaining traction in WV Legislature and across state – West Virginia Press Association, February 10

Gee joins Forward50 – January 25

WV college presidents ponder effects of community college bill – MetroNews, January 23

The county-by-county fight for West Virginia's soul – Ozy, January 22

Institutional Innovation: How can higher ed leaders successfully innovate? – Education Drive, January 19

Economic security, prosperity must be top priority for state leaders – The (Clarksburg) Exponent Telegram, January 15

WVU provides update following Gee fall – January 9

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