E. Gordon Gee Rides in the Back of a Car During Parade Down High Street During His First Term as President of West Virginia University
E. Gordon Gee served as president of WestVirginia University from 1981 to 1985 and was given a second term starting in March of 2014 following a stint as interim president.

E. Gordon Gee Rides in the Back of a Car During Parade Down High Street During His First Term as President of West Virginia University

E. Gordon Gee served as president of WestVirginia University from 1981 to 1985 and was given a second term starting in March of 2014 following a stint as interim president.

President Gordon Gee Congratulating Hubert Humphrey Fellow, Morgantown, W. Va.
President Gee of West Virginia University, pictured on the left, congratulates Gamini Batuwitage from Sri Lanka on completing a year of study at WVU as one of eight Hubert Humphrey Fellows. With them is another Humphrey Fellow, Al Hassan Jagne(center) from Gambia. The federally financed fellowship program brings mid-career government officials from developing countries to the U.S. for a year of advanced study in agriculture, health administration, management and planning.

President Gordon Gee Congratulating Hubert Humphrey Fellow, Morgantown, W. Va.

President Gee of West Virginia University, pictured on the left, congratulates Gamini Batuwitage from Sri Lanka on completing a year of study at WVU as one of eight Hubert Humphrey Fellows. With them is another Humphrey Fellow, Al Hassan Jagne(center) from Gambia. The federally financed fellowship program brings mid-career government officials from developing countries to the U.S. for a year of advanced study in agriculture, health administration, management and planning.

Cake Cutting at Centennial Dinner, West Virginia University
February 13, 1967
'100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner on Feb. 13, 1967. The banquet was delayed six days due to an unexpectedly heavy snow storm. Cutting the birthday cake are, left to right: Governor Hulett Smith, acting WVU President Harry B. Heflin, and Congressman Arch A. Moore.’
Happy Birthday, WVU. You don’t look a day under 100!

Cake Cutting at Centennial Dinner, West Virginia University

February 13, 1967

'100th Anniversary Birthday Dinner on Feb. 13, 1967. The banquet was delayed six days due to an unexpectedly heavy snow storm. Cutting the birthday cake are, left to right: Governor Hulett Smith, acting WVU President Harry B. Heflin, and Congressman Arch A. Moore.’

Happy Birthday, WVU. You don’t look a day under 100!