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Team from WVU selected for international drilling competition

Students at West Virginia University have been very successful as of late at excelling in national robotics competitions. While those teams were made up of students from computer science, mechanical and electrical engineering, a new team made up mostly of petroleum and natural gas engineering students hopes to make their mark on the competition stage.

Portraits of Jennifer Weidhaas and V’yacheslav (Slava) Akkerman.

Weidhaas, Akkerman Earn Prestigious NSF CAREER awards

For the second time in two years, two faculty members from West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources have earned the prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.

IMSE students place second in international competition

Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering graduate students Alireeza Ebrahimvandi and Mahsa Kiani surpassed 26 teams from around the world to earn second place in the Society of Health Systems FlexSim Simulation Competition.

Statler Video Contest Winners

As part of National Engineers Week, the Statler College Office of Marketing and Communications challenged students across West Virginia University to create videos that answer the age-old question: "What do engineers do?"

Bramwell Train Depot

Watts Museum’s Traveling Exhibits Program takes history on the road

With the help of a grant from the West Virginia Humanities Council, West Virginia University’s Royce J. and Caroline B. Watts Museum has launched a statewide traveling exhibits program. The program will enable the Watts Museum to circulate high-quality and informative exhibits and educational resources to various museums, libraries, historical societies and similar institutions across West Virginia.