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Listening Professionals

We know sometimes life can be a lot. Maybe you need somebody to talk with, not for academic or personal counseling, but a fellow Mountaineer who cares about your well-being.

As you make your way through your time at West Virginia University, you will likely develop a network of students, faculty and staff who you may feel comfortable reaching out to. To help you along, we've also compiled a list of faculty and staff who have said they are open to dialogue.





Dariane Drake

John Chambers College of Business and Economics

Data Analyst

Julie Lockman, Ph.D

Health Science Center

Director of HSC Faculty Affairs and Academic Initiatives, Director of Investigator Development, Teaching Associate Professor

Beth Nardella, M.A

Department of Human Performance and Applied Exercise Science

Associate Professor

Jennifer Randall-Reyes, Ph.D

HSC Ne Well – Carruth Center

Behavior Health Clinician

Jennifer Powell, J.D

WVU College of Law

Director of the Center for Law and Public Service

William Rhee, J.D

WVU College of Law

Professor of Law

Cerasela Zoica Dinu, Ph.D

Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering


Robin Hissam, Ph.D

Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

Teaching Associate Professor

Cate Schlobohm

Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

Outreach Coordinator

Marjorie Fuller

Center for Black Culture and Research


Aisury Vasquez

Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Diversity Outreach Coordinator

Mary Euler, PharmD, FAPhA

School of Pharmacy; Office of Admissions and Student Affairs

Professor and Associate Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs

Ahmad Hanif, Ph.D

School of Pharmacy

Assistant Professor

Marina Galvez Peralta, PharmD, PhD

School of Pharmacy

Assistant Professor

Beth Jane Toren

WVU Libraries

Interdisciplinary, Cultural and Film Librarian


*Please be aware, the majority of these individuals are considered mandatory reporters. All faculty and staff at West Virginia University are considered responsible employees. This means that when a Title IX related or other forms of discrimination and harassment incident are disclosed to them, they must report it to the University to ensure the safety of the individual and the campus community. Counselors and pastoral staff are exempt from this and maintain a confidential status. Title IX Education Specialists and WVU Peer Advocates are considered private resources, meaning that they do not report specific cases to the University, only demographic/non-identifying information that can be used in West Virginia University’s Annual Campus Security Report. 

West Virginia University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive culture by promoting diversity, inclusion, equality, and intercultural and intercommunity outreach. The University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, marital or family status, pregnancy, veteran status, service in the uniformed services (as defined by state and federal law), religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or gender expression in the administration of any of its educational programs, activities, or with respect to admission or employment.

– Board of Governors Rule 1.6

Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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P.O. Box 6202, Morgantown WV 26506-6202

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