Public Health honors seven employees with Values Coins

Seven West Virginia University School of Public Health employees were recognized with 2022 and 2023 WVU Values Coins for their commitment to fulfilling the core Mountaineer values of Service, Curiosity, Respect, Accountability and Appreciation.

During the School's faculty and staff All-Hands meeting on April 26, Interim Deans Sarah Woodrum and Erik Carlton presented coins to Bradlee Cain, Kara Forst, Travis Knuckles, Nikky Luna, Roberta Mogyoros, Beth Morrison and Jessica White.  

The WVU Values Coin program began in 2017 to commemorate the University’s 150th anniversary with the awarding of 150 coins to faculty and staff who go above and beyond to make the University community a better place. View the full registry of Values Coin recipients here.

Pictured, left to right: Beth Morrison; Nikky Luna; Travis Knuckles; Kara Forst; Bradlee Cain; and Roberta Mogyoros (not pictured: Jessica White).