Favorite Thing About WVU
I love the fresh air, tall trees and breathtaking parks near campus. Prior to WVU, I lived in Pittsburgh and Beijing. Truthfully, I thought I’d dread living in a smaller city when my husband suggested relocating. The sunsets, ski resorts, tasty international cuisine and kindness of the people in Morgantown will move you.
Favorite Thing About Your Job
Traveling, representing a high-research institution and positively influencing globally-minded students.
Advice for Students
Make a WVU friend before you make your travel arrangements to Morgantown. I can put
you in touch with a local and/or international student if you contact me. You can
ask him/her questions about student life like the weather, safety, transportation
and fun things to do on the weekends. This friend will ensure you are well looked
after as you transition to university life in the United States.
When You're Not Working You're
Looking after my two sons, reading and trying to reach my fitness goal on my FitBit so both my basset hound and I don’t get too fat.