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West Virginia University opens civil engineering degree programme in BahrainDTNews, October 20

Gordon Gee has recruited 5 execs from Ohio State as he builds up West Virginia's medical centerColumbus Business First, October 20

Gordon Gee: Innovative Teachers for Tomorrow’s Careers – Inside Higher Ed, October 10

Gordon Gee: Growth is possible, if WV embraces its strengths – Charleston Gazette-Mail, October 1

Business, government, academia come together to move West Virginia Forward – September 27

WVU president says its talent obligates economic leadership  The Kansas City Star, September 11

Gee: West Virginia University must embrace its strength to help solve problems – The Exponent Telegram, September 11

Gee offers path forward for WVU, state of WV during annual address – WAJR-AM, September 11

Making W.Va. Economy Grow – The Intelligencer, September 3

Forward: Economic study deserves a close look –  The Parkersburg News and Sentinel, September 3

How Higher Ed Can Restore Public Trust – Inside Higher Ed, September 1

President Gee unveils plan to move 'WV Forward' –  The Herald-Dispatch, September 1 

Gee: WV Forward initiative to put state on a path to prosperity – The Exponent Telegram, August 31

Daily Mail editorial: WVU president advances ideas to move WV forward –  Charleston Gazette-Mail, August 31

Ceremony celebrates historic first day for WVU Tech –  The (Beckley) Register-Herald August 17

WVU Tech celebrates Beckley opening –  WSAZ-TV, August 16

Semester begins for ‘most academically prepared’ WVU class –  WV MetroNews , August 16

WVU meeting financial tests through strong fundraising effort –  The (Beckley) Register-Herald , August 15

Gee: Higher education requires fundamental shift to survive – The Exponent Telegram, August 13

Jamboree offers example of value of developing youth leadership  The (Beckley) Register-Herald , July 30

WVU, Marshall presidents pledge to cooperate to advance WV economy –  The State Journal, July 27

Gilbert, Gee team up to push for economic growthThe Herald-Dispatch, July 27 

Boy Scouts, Gov. Justice dedicate welcome center – WV MetroNews, July 26

On Money - Guest: WVU President Gordon Gee – West Liberty Television, July 20

WVU: Mountaineer Spirit, Pride People Make W.Va. SpecialThe State Journal, July 17

Time for W.Va. to Invest in Higher EducationThe Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register, July 16

Mining the future of W.Va. – The Journal, July 13

MetroNews Talkline: President Gee talks about the budget and the University's impact on the state (segment starts at 25:40) - WV MetroNews, July 7

Gee and Justice agree: Tuition increase is tax hike from lawmakersWV MetroNews, June 30

WVU to increase tuition, fees by 5 percent for 2017-18 school year –  The Exponent Telegram, June 29

WVU to set budget and tuition next ThursdayThe Exponent Telegram, June 22

West Virginia University President Gordon Gee Seeks to Make West Virginia 'Cool'The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register, June 15

WVU President makes stop in Ohio CountyWTOV-TV, June 14

E. Gordon Gee visits the Ohio Valley – WTRF-TV, June 14

WVU, Gee receive flags at West Virginia Boy's State – WDTV, June 12

Dr. Gee shares vision of change for West VirginiaThe (Beckley) Register-Herald, June 11

WVU Tech officials share enrollment goals, vision for the new campus –  The (Beckley) Register-Herald, June 10

Column: Hopes and dreams converge at soccer clinicBluefield Daily Telegraph, June 10

New Big 12 chairman Gordon Gee outlines plan of attackCharleston Gazette-Mail, June 10

Gee looks ahead in new Big 12 roleThe Exponent Telegram, June 9

WVU clinic uplifts McDowell kids and WVU women's soccer team in McDowell CountyBluefield Daily Telegraph, June 8 

Mountaineers in McDowellWVVA-TV, June 8

President Gee underscores transformation agenda for West Virginia and its flagship university in the nation's capitol – June 6

Gee wants Big 12 to be “first in line” in broadcasting over other platformsWV MetroNews, June 5

WVU Board of Governors at a standstill regarding tuition – WAJR-AM, May 26

McDowell soccer expecting special visitors –  Bluefield Daily Telegraph, May 14

Honor Scholars receive medallions – The Dominion Post, May 11

WVUTeach promotes STEM education  –  The Dominion Post , May 3

Chamber welcomes WVU President GeePoint Pleasant Register, April 27

Leadership roundup: How college leaders are answering questions about free speech – Before It's News, April 25

WVU studies how it can help reinvent W.Va.The Weirton Daily Times, April 25

WVU, Marshall presidents thank Justice, legislators for "freedom" bill – April 25

WVU research covering broad spectrum from violence to dialect in WV schools –  The Exponent Telegram, April 24

GKVF president urges people to be active in their communities The Charleston Gazette-Mail, April 18

Higher education reacts to the veto of proposed budget – WSAZ-TV, April 14

Governor’s budget veto pleases WVU president – WAJR-AM, April 13

Health care versus higher edInside Higher Ed, April 12 

'You are our family,' WVU President E. Gordon Gee speaks at Chamber dinnerPreston County News & Journal, April 11

WVU president talks education, prosperityThe Journal, April 8

WVU President Gordon Gee visits Martinsburg High School –  WHAG-TV, April 6

WVU President comes to Martinsburg High School - The Journal, April 6

WVU president promises more collaboration with Shepherd University –  Herald-Mail Media, April 6

Investing in West Virginia’s futureThe Weirton Daily Times, April 6 

WVU president pushing for calls to lawmakers to stop higher education cutsMetroNews, April 4

Legislature needs to be careful with education cuts –  The Register-Herald, April 4

Gee says a change in culture is needed in CharlestonWAJR, March 28

Gee sees progress on some legislative goals – The Charleston Gazette-Mail, March 28

EDITORIAL: WVU Continues Pushing Statewide Progress –  The State Journal, March 27

Gee Takes Rights Budget ApproachThe Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register, March 26

Gee's vision points WVU, state in positive direction –  The Exponent Telegram, March 24

Marshall, WVU leaders implore legislators against budget cuts – The Herald-Dispatch, March 23

Gee presents annual State of the University address The Daily Athenaeum, March 23

WVU State of University address focuses on budget, politics, growth – MetroNews, March 22

WVU State of the University – WBOY-TV, March 22

Gee Talks Budget and Free Speech in State of the University Address – West Virginia Public Broadcasting, March 22

WVU president positive despite proposed budget cuts – The Exponent Telegram, March 22

Gee: Challenges bring opportunity – The Dominion Post, March 22

Gee talks possible cuts, respect during State of the University – WDTV, March 22

University presidents underscore higher education is investment in West Virginia’s future  – March 21

West Virginia Legislature Goes to College: Leaders speak out against potential cuts  – The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register, March 15

Delegates host colleges for Higher Education Day –  Charleston Gazette-Mail, March 15

Celebrate WVU’s legacy by imagining the state’s future –  Charleston Gazette-Mail, March 11

WVU Career Closet Gives Students Professional WardrobesThe Exponent Telegram, February 27

WVU honors Hidden Figure – The Dominion Post, February 21 

Gee: Budget challenges will not stop WVU from providing the best for its students – The Daily Athenaeum, February 17

WVU College of Business and Economics announces $10 million gift – The Exponent Telegram, February 10

A university president's advice for Betsy DeVos regarding higher education – The Hill, February 7

How One University Is Contending With the Aftermath of Trump’s Travel BanThe Chronicle of Higher Education, January 31

Ruby opens new tower The Dominion Post, January 19 

E. Gordon Gee: Rock Creek Development Park right move for southern WV –  Charleston Gazette-Mail, January 7