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2021

West Virginia University President Gee sees potential to recruit new residents to Mountain State — WDVM-TV, June 16

WVU president gives update on university during trip to Eastern Panhandle — The (Martinsburg) Journal, June 16 

President Gee giddy about recruiting and taking part in the pitch — 247 Sports, June 16

WVU to fully reopen campuses for fall 2021 semester — June 15

Towers Talk podcast season finale features President Gee — WVU Student Media, June 15

WVU President Gordon Gee sounds off on proposed football playoff format — MetroNews, June 14

WVU president makes trip to panhandle to connect with communities, residents — The (Martinsburg) Journal, June 13

WVU, AI company DataRobot announce partnership — WV News, June 11 

DataRobot, West Virginia University Bring AI to Government — Government Technology, June 10

Gordon Gee, DataRobot announcement — WV News, June 9         

DataRobot to partner with WVU, open office on Morgantown campus — June 9

Reflecting on 154-year past for motivation, West Virginia University recommits to land-grant university mission — NCWV Life Magazine, May 30

WVU President Gee visits The Dominion Post to talk about Ascend WV, revitalizing West Virginia — The Dominion Post, April 25

Gee addresses mental health challenges facing campus communities as WVU’s Board of Governors resumes in-person meetings — April 23

West Virginia University sees a new 'normal' — The Dominion Post, April 8

Gordon Gee, West Virginia University officials discuss topics of concern in 'Spring State of the University' address; forced vaccinations, campus-carry bills, transgender athletes were brought up — WVNews, March 30

WVU President Gee calls for transformation at virtual Spring State of the University event  — The Dominion Post, March 30

Opinion: Colleges must offer multiple roads to recognition for faculty — Inside Higher Ed, March 29

West Virginia University serves as educational, economic leader for Mountain State — WV News, March 27

West Virginia bill to allow campus concealed carry causes debate over student safety — The College Fix, March 13

Gordon Gee: Lawmakers should reject campus carry bills — The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, March 13

Statehouse Beat: For the Legislature, the worst may be yet to come — The (Charleston) Gazette-Mail, March 13

WVU President: School Against Bill Allowing Concealed Carry Guns On College Campuses — Yahoo! News, March 12

WVU President: School Against Bill That Would Allow Concealed Carry Guns On College Campuses — KDKA-TV, March 12

University President Opposes West Virginia Campus Carry Bill — Bearing Arms, March 12

WVU President Gee pens letter opposing campus carry bill — WBOY-TV, March 11

WVU president opposes potential campus carry bills moving through WV legislature — WDTV-TV, March 11

WVU expresses concern as campus carry bill appears up for revival — The Dominion Post, March 11

President Gee letter to state Senate: Reject carry concealed on campus — The (Beckley) Register-Herald, March 11

WVU President Gee urges West Virginia lawmakers to defeat campus carry firearms legislation  — WVNews, March 11

Lessons from the pandemic: What WVU has learned, accomplished and shared in the year of COVID-19 — March 10

Gee: WVU will remain watchful for future iterations of campus carry — MetroNews, March 6

WVU adjusts amid pandemic-related impacts, plans for the future — March 5

WVU Day of Giving sets new records for dollars raised, gifts received — March 4

Gee defends income tax cut amid backlash — The Daily Athenaeum, February 11

WVU’s Board of Governors receives updates on COVID-19 response, transformation efforts  — February 10

Gee's Tax Take in the Spotlight — Inside Higher Ed, February 10

West Virginia emerges as a leader in the inoculation fight against COVID-19 — PBS News Hour, February 9

WVU president tells students 'Democracy prevails' in wake of Wednesday insurrection — Times West Virginian, January 9

West Virginia University President Gee: 'Democracy is sacred, strong and will always prevail — even in darkest of times' — WVNews, January 8