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EWV Wired November 2022

  • Neuroscience of electric fish gives jolt to advances in machine learning at WVU
  • WVU researchers look to low-tech organic materials for high-tech clean hydrogen fuel production
  • Statler College student-led conference promotes sense of belonging for all
  • WVU Teams win first and second place in SME Mine Rescue Competition
  • Cybersecurity student continues to make waves with innovative fishing net business
  • WVU finishes in top three for Materials Science and Technology Contest
  • Five students named WVU Mountaineers of Distinction
  • WVU connections and support segue into prestigious fellowship for student veteran
  • Statler College professor launches new experiential learning course
  • Statler College announces 2022 Excellence in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Award recipients
  • Statler College strengthens relationships with key stakeholders across the state during first Industry Day
  • $1M planned gift builds upon Gosnell family legacy at WVU
  • Homeschool team from Morgantown wins 33rd annual WVU Pumpkin Drop
  • Kaiser Aluminum President and CEO to deliver Gochenour Lecture at WVU
  • Statler College professor awarded Academic Pioneer Award from the American Composites Manufacturers Association
  • Statler College awarded grant for mine rescue training
  • Statler College Professor’s receive Distinguished Mountaineer Awards
  • Statler College community members plot their course to Morgantown as part of WVU Diversity Week
  • October 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards

EWV Wired October 2022

  • WVU engineer earns $1.2M to revolutionize detection, diagnosis of tick-borne diseases
  • With little known about rising nutrient levels in small communities’ treated sewage, WVU researchers test the waters
  • Statler College engineers aim to improve safety with autonomous robotic inspection system for coal waste storage facilities
  • Statler College engineers bring new life to electronics recycling, address supply chain shortfalls affecting national defense
  • Statler College engineer aims to increase the use and reliability of carbon free electricity systems
  • Wadsworth Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering graduate students win third place in Datathon Competition
  • Statler College announces faculty appointments for new Dean’s Leadership Fellows Program
  • Senator Shelley Moore Capito delivers Poundstone Lecture
  • Gross appointed chair of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering professor appointed to ABET accreditation board
  • Orner named Wadsworth Faculty Fellow
  • Alumna Emily Calandrelli inspires students during Fireside Chat
  • West Virginia 4-H creates opportunity for all
  • September 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards

EWV Wired September 2022

  • As threats to the U.S. power grid surge, WVU professor develops advanced solutions for human-machine coordination
  • West Virginia aerospace industry set to take off with launch of WVU Small Satellite Center
  • WVU engineers deploy robots to improve on-the-job safety for retail workers
  • Statler College now utilizes fully centralized student advising center
  • MAE graduate research assistant receives 2022 HENAAC award
  • Statler College launches alumni-student mentoring program
  • Kecojevic appointed interim chair of Wadsworth Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Statler College alumnus, Adam Al-Mulla, serves as delegate in UNESCO
  • August 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards

EWV Wired August 2022

  • WVU engineers advance U.S. Air Force search and rescue missions in hostile territories with unmanned drones
  • WVU researchers on team that detected strange cosmic ‘heartbeat’
  • WVU engineer developing face recognition software to improve counterterrorism, protection of military, infrastructure
  • WVU space robotics research helps Mars rovers find their footing
  • WVU Experimental Rocketry Club earns multiple awards in 2022 Spaceport America Cup
  • IMSE student earns third place at IISE Conference for project that increased respirator production during pandemic
  • Mining Engineering students place first in the national Carlson Software Competition for the third time in four years
  • Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources welcomes 16 new faculty this fall
  • Flight simulator donated by WVU alumnus aids education and research at Statler College
  • WVU launches new Master of Science in Engineering Management online degree program
  • WVU Industrial Extension receives perfect score from customer impact survey
  • Santiago appointed fundamentals of engineering program director
  • July 2022 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards

EWV Wired July 2022

  • Natural gas is key to WVU engineer's vision for clean hydrogen energy
  • Hissam named associate dean of academics and student performance
  • Statler College engineered bridge system met with commercial success
  • NASA WV EPSCoR hosts inaugural Hackweek to collaborate on issues of machine learning and artificial intelligence in spacecrafts
  • Nimbarte appointed chair of industrial and management systems engineering
  • WVU engineer developing face recognition software to improve counterterrorism, protection of military, infrastructure
  • WVU launches new Master of Science in Engineering Management online degree program
  • Santiago appointed fundamentals of engineering program director
  • WVU Industrial Extension receives perfect score from customer impact survey
  • WVU students awarded Gilman Scholarships to pursue education abroad
  • Health Sciences and Technology Academy at WVU provides roadmap for Alabama

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!