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This week Bray sits down with Jim Clements, President of West Virginia University, to talk about the cost of higher education.  Clements also talks about the strides WVU has taken to increase their faculty and the effects that move had on the university.

President of West Virginia University, Jim Clements, speaks about the trends in online education.  Clements also speaks about new money coming into WVU through research and donations.

Richard Turton, WVU Professor of Chemical Engineering, speaks with Bray about how he ended up at WVU and his research on coal and the environment.  Some of Professor Turton's research focuses on cleaner ways to burn coal.  Professor Richard Turton also speaks to Bray about carbon capture and how far technology has come. 

West Virginia University Athletic Director Oliver Luck talks about the upcoming football season and how the team has adjusted after last season.  Luck also speaks about the upcoming WVU season and how the league change has effected the school.