Please find a summary of gifts received by the WVU School of Dentistry below.
This year the dental school raised $393,164.36 from 70 gifts and qualified for bonus dollars in three categories.
The three-phase, $1.5 million West Virginia University School of Dentistry renovation project advances education and clinic space for Diagnostic Sciences, Urgent Care and Dental Imaging and a patient reception and waiting area.
Despite limitations in a socially distanced world, students continued to find a way to give back.
Challenged by his father to always help others, Dr. Bruce Cassis began a 40-year career doing just that. And at 66 years old, an age some consider retirement, he is still helping others.
WVU Alumni Association broadcast a one-hour discussion for alumni and friends of the WVU School of Dentistry.
The Howards understand the importance of giving back, which is why they have established three scholarships to help students in the WVU School of Dentistry.
The WVU Foundation Day of Giving is scheduled for Wednesday, March 3, 2021 where donors help build a stronger tomorrow. The School of Dentistry counts on passionate, loyal and caring members of the Mountaineer family to provide critical support for our students, patients, faculty and staff and for the greater WVU community. Click to Give.
WVU School of Dentistry interim dean and the chair of the periodontics program share an hour of their time with popular dental industry podcast host.