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Anthony Guiseppi-Elie

Celebrating Black History Month, forging change through engineering with Anthony Guiseppi-Elie

In celebration of the 2022 Black History Month theme – Black Health and Wellness – theBenjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources invited Professor Anthony Guiseppi-Elie, founding dean of Anderson University College of Engineering, to speak on interfacing biology and engineering, his personal story as a Black engineer and entrepreneur, and how he is making a difference in science and education.

Heather Fetty works with members of the West Virginia National Guard

Real-world experience in virtual safety gives students cybersecurity skills via Department of Defense partnership

At a U.S. Army base command center, a computer beeps and displays a warning: the power has gone down in one corner of the base. Cybersecurity experts jump into action. They ensure critical systems are on backup generators as they search for the reason for the outage. One of them points to her screen and calls out that the power grid’s information system has been compromised—a cyber attack is likely underway.