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EWV Wired July 2021

Rise of the biomass, Kecojevic named to prestigious SME Class of 2022 Fellows, If you can’t find it, create it: WVU student starts braked dog leash company, WVU engineering student awarded Tau Beta Pi graduate fellowship, Four elected to WVU Foundation Board of Directors, A new initiative aims to bridge gap between science and policy, names inaugural faculty fellows, Exporting innovation: University of Alabama to replicate Health Sciences and Technology Academy at WVU

EWV Wired June 2021

WVU finishes third in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Year Three Competition, Moving Mountains: WVU engineers lead project to reclaim mine refuse site in West Virginia, CHIME telescope collaborative efforts from WVU lead to the detection of more than 500 fast radio bursts, Caterpillar engine donation supports WVU Statler College research to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Halliburton software grant aids students at the Statler College, Statler College students accept internships at Sturm, Ruger & Co., Palanki named chair of Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering, Srivastava named chair of Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Wuest and Bernardes awarded IISE/Joint Publishers Book-of-the-Year Award, Mining engineering students selected for scholarships my Gimme Foundation and Martin Marietta

EWV Wired May 2021

WVU Students use skills in cybersecurity exercise with W.VA. National Guard, Polish allies, Meet the Grads: Billy Cawthorne, It’s a family thing, Meet the Grads: Stacy and Blane Fike, Retired Navy couple graduates from Statler College together, Meet the Grads: Abigail Osborne attributes success to Engineering Challenge Camp, SWE and faculty support, Graduating Foundation Scholar profile: Miriam Demasi, Statler College announces inaugural Thriving Women Program recipients, WVU names 2021 Foundation Scholars, WVU’s top seniors named, eight honored with Order of Augusta, Spayde appointed director of Engineering Innovation Hub at WVU, Small business owners find big opportunity in first annual Seed WV competition

EWV Wired April 2021

Statler College research programs rank among top 100 in US in last NSF survey, Statler College launches new podcast highlighting research, innovation and technology, Teaching, research and advising awards announced in WVU’s Statler College, Mehta, Tulu named Richards Faculty Fellows in Engineering, Couple’s legacy gift aids chemical engineering students at WVU’s Statler College, Pitch Perfect: WVU LaunchLab March IDEA Challenge exposes WVU students to entrepreneurial mindsets, idea pitching, NASA Academy selects WVU students for internships, Academic prowess, passion for discovery and service earn West Virginia students Bucklew scholarship, WV LTAP receives contract to provide support and resources to aid West Virginia transportation

EWV Wired March 2021

To boldly imagine a new future: Spring 2021 Engineering WV Magazine now available, WVU’s Industrial Extension program receives $3 million grant to support West Virginia’s manufacturing base, WVU spin-off company IstoVisio, Inc. awarded funding for virtual reality research, Song named to endowed professorship, WVU engineering student awarded Honor Society Phi Kappa Phi grant to support planetary rover research, Statler College announces Engineers Week video contest winners, WVU engineering student awarded funding to explore research occupational paths

EWV Wired February 2021

Burns hotter, costs cheaper: WVU engineer selected for prestigious ARPA-E program, Dinu named coordinator of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategic initiatives in the Statler College, Statler College and WVU honors Katherine Johnson with panel discussion, Inside the Scholars Studio, Nine graduate students selected for WVU Foundation scholarships

EWV Wired January 2021

Shooting for the moon: WVU qualifies for final round of NASA Centennial Challenge, The quest for carbon capture: WVU engineer explores the ways through four federally-funded projects, Bandura’s work on detection of radio bursts detailed in study published by ‘Nature’, Dedicated WVU alumni give back to their alma mater with the Cynthia and Keith Harvey Engineering Scholarship, Discover the sounds of West Virginia during the timber boom in the new exhibit at WVU’s Watts Museum