From meeting in the military and falling in love, to going back to school together at West Virginia University after serving over two decades in the United States Navy, Stacy and Blane Fike have always been there for each other.
An international student who has immersed himself in the “cultural heartbeat” of his new community, a first-generation student graduating with a cumulative 4.0 grade-point average who had no access to high school college-prep courses and a Black woman who aspires to bridge the gap between research and clinical care to improve health disparities are among the graduating seniors to receive West Virginia University’s highest student honor, the Order of Augusta.
Every idea starts with imagination. For seven aspiring
West Virginia University collegiate entrepreneurs across four teams, their imagination sparked innovative
ideas that led them to participate in the March IDEA Challenge, held virtually
March 31. The event was hosted by the West Virginia University LaunchLab.
Three leaders in the field of cybersecurity will be joining together in a panel session
to discuss the critical relationship between the cyber domain and national security,
and how students can best position themselves for a future career in this growing