WVU student organizations AIChE and ASCE win Statler College Day of Giving Student Organization Challenge
West Virginia University chapters of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
(AIChE) and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) were announced the winners
of the Statler College Day of Giving Student Organization Challenge.
WVU engineer to study new implantable device to treat severe hearing loss
A West Virginia University engineer is collaborating with an international team of engineers, surgeons and medical researchers to study a new hearing treatment to restore more natural hearing for individuals who are deaf or severely hard-of hearing.
WVU undergraduate researchers showcase work for lawmakers in Charleston
Undergraduate researchers from
West Virginia University showcased their work at the State Capitol in Charleston
Friday (Feb. 18), giving lawmakers a glimpse of the work they do in disease-carrying
insects, the weather’s effect on renewable energy resources and the economic potential
of petunias—just a few of the topics addressed by 49 presenters from WVU’s Morgantown
Vijay named SEI Fellow
P. V. Vijay, associate professor in the
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at
West Virginia University, has been named a Structural Engineering Institute
Hernandez, Uqaily, elected WVU student government president, VP
The campaign for
West Virginia University
Student Government Association ended Wednesday evening (March 9) as the
SGA Judicial Court certified Chloe Hernandez and Pareera Uqaily as president and
vice president, respectively, for the 2022-23 academic year. The pair represents
the first female-minority ticket to win an SGA presidential election.
Statler College alum assists integrating Alexa into space missions for NASA Artemis I
At the beginning of 2022 Amazon announced it would send Alexa to space as part of
Artemis I, the first in a series of increasingly complex missions that will enable
human exploration of the Moon and Mars. As a collaboration between Amazon, Lockheed
Martin and Cisco, many engineers are integrating Alexa into deep space missions,
West Virginia University alumnus.