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EWV Wired October 2021

  • WVU researcher's insect-inspired robots could advance space exploration, agriculture and mining
  • WVU researchers hope to build the bridge to a greener future with clean hydrogen
  • WVU researchers aim to make identifying autism easier via A.I.
  • WVU leading the fight against climate change through $6 million NSF carbon capture and utilization project
  • WVU’s 2021 Beckman Scholars to research healthcare application
  • WVU robotics team places 6th in final round of NASA Centennial Challenge
  • WVU alumna Emily Calandrelli visits Morgantown campus to meet with women and non-binary students
  • WVU strengthens West Virginia’s manufacturing infrastructure through $3.8 million NSF grant
  • WVU announces Alumni Association Homecoming and Alumni Service Award winner
  • Dinu, Liu appointed to senior administrative positions
  • Hossain and Parker named WVU Homecoming Royalty, Alumni honors bestowed
  • Chief Operations Officer of Compass Minerals to deliver Poundstone Lecture

EWV Wired September 2021

  • It's a dirty job but WVU scientists will do it: team earns $2.9 million to monitor wastewater statewide for COVID-19
  • A deep subject: WVU engineers tackle limitations of data transfer during space exploration
  • Digging for newer, cleaner solutions: WVU-led team tapped to explore geothermal energy
  • WVU engineer earns federal award for safety validation of AI-based avionic systems
  • Garner named Wadsworth Faculty Fellow
  • Page appointed director of NASA WV Space Grant Consortium, NASA WV EPSCoR
  • Vijay named 2021 ASCE Fellow
  • WVU to induct six into Order of Vandalia

EWV Wired August 2021

  • WVU scientist earns $2.5 million to help pump the brakes on diesel emissions
  • WVU engineer receives $1.25 million to fuel a cleaner future through hydrogen
  • WVU earns federal funding to assist manufacturers in cutting carbon footprint
  • Bubbling to the surface: WVU engineers develop new geothermal energy technology
  • Nimbarte named interim chair of industrial and management systems engineering
  • WVU engineer invited to participate in prestigious Frontiers of Engineering Symposium
  • Recent WVU grads awarded Fulbright Scholarships to study climate change, teach abroad

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