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EWV Wired May 2024

  • WVU researchers to utilize $1.75M in federal funding for innovative cybersecurity AI program
  • Exciting potential for dataless neural networks at WVU gains momentum with DARPA funding
  • WVU researchers give electric vehicle batteries a second life
  • WVU researchers utilize DOE grant to design and create promising nanoionics materials in energy technology
  • Gu named to inaugural distinguished professorship
  • WVU launches first of its kind midstream online masters
  • WVU researchers to share expertise at international conference on mine water, reclamation
  • Honors college announces 2024-25 Faculty Fellows
  • Seven recognized for commitment to mentoring undergraduate students in research
  • Antero Gift to Further Academic Success, Industry Partnership at WVU
  • WVU Statler College alumni contribute $750K in pursuit of ‘relentless innovation’
  • WVU names 2024 Foundation Scholars
  • Five WVU students named prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellows
  • Top WVU seniors named, eight honored with 2024 Order of Augusta
  • Science for a better world: Private support aids Ruby Scholars in chasing research dreams
  • April 2024 Statler Circuit: Department Digest and Awards
  • Meet the grads: Ifenna Ekwenem
  • Meet the grads: Alexander Flasch
  • Meet the grads: Juan Rincon and Maria Rincon-Perez
  • Meet the grads: Rushik Patel
  • Alumni who inspire: Kevin DiGregorio
  • Two U.S. senators, business and law leaders, philanthropists, television writer and others join graduates for WVU Commencement ceremonies

EWV Wired April 2024

  • WVU technology innovations position West Virginia to lead the hydrogen economy
  • WVU study shows treating work like a game drives results
  • WVU to help fill need for water workforce in Appalachian communities
  • Grad researcher aims to remove ‘forever chemicals’ from West Virginia water
  • Three-Minute Thesis Grand Finale winners announced
  • Teaching, advising, research and staff awards announced at WVU’s Statler College
  • Statler College boosts biometrics education with support from IDEMIA National Security Solutions
  • ROC advances research and education at WVU Statler College with state-of-the-art computer vision and biometrics donation
  • Lab to limelight: Graduate researcher Raphael Oladokun snags prestigious national award
  • 2024 WVU Bucklew Scholars vie for Foundation Scholarships
  • WVU mining engineering students win second place in national student design competition
  • WVU chapter of National Society of Black Engineers celebrates 40 years

EWV Wired March 2024

  • Four WVU faculty members honored with prestigious NSF Career awards
  • WVU experts see cell outage as ‘stark reminder’ of critical infrastructure vulnerabilities
  • Top-ranked online graduate program in the Statler College integrating new technologies for student success
  • Avci recognized by American Institute of Steel Construction for teaching and research in the domain of structural steel
  • WVU sets new records for dollars raised and gifts received
  • WVU team wins second consecutive international mine rescue competition
  • WVU mining engineering students win senior design competition for the thirteenth time
  • Alumni Who Inspire! features Capers and Harvey

EWV Wired February 2024

  • WVU gets closer to commercializing microwave technology that can cool down industry's energy usage while heating up the market for ethylene jobs
  • WVU researcher trains next-gen AI for chemicals industry to take a quantum leap forward
  • WVU researcher discovers how to predict movement for animals of all shapes, sizes and speeds
  • WVU researchers are utilizing a DOE grant to develop machine learning to fortify power grids
  • WVU team utilizes Dept. of Energy funding to spur clean energy job education, access in rural WV communities
  • Students design and innovate at the second annual WVU Mountaineer VEX Robotics Competition
  • Statler College to host second annual derby races during Engineer's Week 2024
  • Finalists to compete in WVU Mountaineer mascot cheer-off event
  • Anderson receives Honorable Mention from Computing Research Association
  • WVU alumna delivers fourth annual Black History Month lecture

EWV Wired January 2024

  • Creating a new future: WVU unveils undergraduate degree program in robotics
  • WVU research merges virtual reality and artificial intelligence to reveal and analyze gigantic images in stunning detail
  • Department name change reflects WVU’s leadership in materials science research and education
  • Wyrick appointed president of the Council of Engineering Management Academic Leaders
  • Lee, Avci recognized as 2024 Herbert P. Dripps Fellows
  • Alumni who inspire: Kevin Fields

EWV Wired December 2023

  • WVU to establish innovative cybersecurity education, training facility
  • WVU scientists spice up genetic research through habanero peppers and AI
  • WVU research helps power plants recycle water using wastewater from oil and gas mining
  • WVU researchers aim to cut through radio interference that obscures signal detection
  • Lance Lin: Cleaning dirt with dirt
  • WVU faculty receives DOE funding to improve power grid resiliency
  • WVU team receives ARC grant to develop smart utility grid technology in rural communities
  • McBrayer receives Society of Mining Professors fellowship award
  • Sierros named fellow by Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining
  • Alum’s $1M gift establishes faculty fellowship at WVU Statler College
  • Presidential Student Ambassador program selects new cohort
  • Meet civil and environmental engineering PhD candidate: Mohammed “Tamim” Zaki
  • Meet mechanical engineering graduate: Anastasia Lucci
  • Meet cybersecurity graduate: Moriah Frazier
  • Alumni who inspire: Brandon Downey
  • WVU alumnus Caporali-Filho is newest addition to WVU Extension Safety and Health