VIENNA, W.Va. – When Ohio Valley University student Stephanie Corbelli submitted an article to West Virginia Senior High magazine, she didn’t expect her article to be chosen. Not only was her article selected, it also landed her on the magazine cover!
Corbelli’s article, “This Treasure Called Education,” discusses some of the highlights of participating in a study abroad program in Europe. In it, she encourages other students to travel and learn.
“When I was told my article was chosen, I was happily surprised and even more surprised when I found out that I was going to be featured on the cover,” Corbelli said.
Corbelli, a sophomore elementary education major from Jamestown, N.Y., has a great appreciation for West Virginia and OVU.
“In the past two years I have spent in West Virginia, I have enjoyed its beauty. It is a great privilege and opportunity to be able to represent the state and OVU through the magazine,” she said.
West Virginia Senior High is an annual publication with a print distribution of 40,000 copies to the 124 high schools in West Virginia.
Chartered in 1958, Ohio Valley University is a residential faith-based Tier I institution with four colleges offering 35 undergraduate degrees and a master of education degree to students from 28 states and 14 nations. To learn more about the university, visit www.ovu.edu.