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EWV Wired June 2022

  • WVU's cybersecurity program redesignated as National Center of Excellence by US National Security Agency and Department of Homeland Security
  • WVU alumni establish mining engineering scholarship in memory of late professor
  • WVU computer science student selected by video game publishing company Dread XP to develop game for well-known horror series Dread X Collection 5
  • WVU alums earn prestigious NSF fellowships to give back to the Mountain State with research
  • WVU finishes sixth in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Year Four competition; Nix receives NSF Outstanding Faculty Advisor Award
  • WVU competes in regional civil engineering competition

EWV Wired May 2022

  • WVU scientists take on pioneering space weather research and forecasting project
  • Knotts to deliver 2022 Statler College Commencement Address
  • Gianna Macio: Supported by a family of Mountaineers
  • Torey Wright: Finding purpose in engineering at WVU
  • Eleanor Kearney: The three-time NASA intern
  • Jordan Chapman: Attributing success to mentorship, passion and dedication
  • Allison Arnold: A diverse journey led her to become a versatile engineer
  • NASA selects West Virginia University team to tackle moon, Mars exploration challenges
  • WVU students prepare for cyberspace attacks with Operation Locked Shields
  • West Virginia University EcoCAR team selected to compete in new EcoCAR EV Challenge
  • WVU engineer awarded funding to improve biometric identification by collecting large-scale biometric datasets
  • WVU researcher develops data-driven approach to help reduce drug costs and treat diseases
  • Statler College announces 2022 Thriving Women Program Recipients
  • April 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards
  • WVU names 2022 Foundation Scholars
  • WVU faculty chosen for sixth IDEA Fellows cohort
  • Industrial engineering student named finalist in Collegiate Business Plan Competition
  • WVU’s top seniors named, eight honored with 2022 Order of Augusta
  • Hensel named ASEE Fellow Member

EWV Wired April 2022

  • Likes, shares and drug deals: WVU researchers create model that detects illicit drug trafficking on social media
  • West Virginia University Robotics team advances to final round in University Rover Challenge
  • Statler College alum assists integrating Alexa into space missions for NASA Artemis I
  • Teaching, advising, research and staff awards announced in WVU’s Statler College
  • WVU engineer to study new implantable device to treat severe hearing loss
  • March 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards
  • WVU student organizations AIChE and ASCE win Statler College Day of Giving Student Organization Challenge
  • WVU undergraduate researchers showcase work for lawmakers in Charleston
  • Vijay named SEI Fellow
  • Where are they now? Najee Goode: “Athletes are entrepreneurs”
  • Alumni, where are you now? We want to know!

EWV Wired March 2022

  • Hot off the press: Spring 2022 Engineering WV Magazine
  • WVU engineer develops tool to predict oxygen in water, finds streams along southeastern U.S. in poorer quality
  • Advocating for others with Statler College biomedical engineering student Sonia Ndifon
  • Working at the forefront of innovation with Statler College alum Gbolahan "Bugzy" Idowu
  • Celebrating Black History Month, forging change through engineering with Anthony Guiseppi-Elie
  • Thank you for your participation in another successful Day of Giving
  • February 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards
  • WVU Student Government Officials named

EWV Wired February 2022

  • WVU researchers to improve the flow of renewable energy to power plants with $7.5 million in grants
  • Real-world experience in virtual safety gives students cybersecurity skills via Department of Defense partnership
  • Celebrating Black History Month, Statler College alumni share their experiences from students to professional engineers
  • Black History Month: Making a difference for students and the West Virginia community with Statler College Professor Donald Adjeroh
  • Black History Month: Following childhood aspirations with mechanical and aerospace engineering student and Lane Innovation Hub team member Dre' Hodges
  • January 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards
  • WVU engineers address NASA problems through artificial intelligence
  • WVU engineer exploring American implementation of newer, safer ‘turbo roundabout’

EWV Wired January 2022

  • NSF survey ranks Statler College research programs among top 100 in US
  • WVU engineers seek to re-use waste plastics to make valuable petrochemicals
  • Future trillion dollar 'space economy' threatened by debris, NSF CAREER Award recipient says
  • WVU student awarded University Transportation Centers Annual Outstanding Student of the Year
  • Gross named interim chair of mechanical and aerospace engineering
  • Dreaming of radio signals: WVU student excels in NASA internship