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Promoting Excellence in Education through Research (PEER)

West Virginia State University recognizes the importance of research, as it is one of the University’s foundational mission components. To that fact, President Brian O. Hemphill has authorized the development of the Promoting Excellence in Education through Research (PEER) program to be administered by the Office of the Vice President of Research and Public Service. The purpose of this program is to provide financial support to encourage and foster the advancement of research, and to leverage these resources to attract extramural funding to promote and support the enrichment of academia and student learning at the University.

The Promoting Excellence in Education through Research (PEER) is a grant program supported by Title III Funds from the U.S. Department of Education, and supplemented by other STEM-related state, foundation, private and federal funding.

Learn more about PEER, including Evaluation Criteria, HERE.

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