David Palley and Colin Frosch

Two WVU students receive Eisenhower Graduate Fellowships

Two recent graduates of West Virginia University - Colin Frosch and David Palley - will continue their studies at the graduate level with support from the highly competitive Dwight David Eisenhower Graduate Fellowship program.
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WVU recommits to collaboration with UTV

WVU and the University of Rome Tor Vergata have renewed their memorandum of understanding, providing students and faculty from both schools the chance to foster international understanding, academic cooperation and faculty collaboration.
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Vincent Testa

WVU alumnus finds success on Capitol Hill

After graduating in 2010, Vincent Testa set high expectations for his career in engineering. The West Virginia University alumnus knew he had the potential, but the road to success wasn't always a clear path. Testa learned about road blocks, and what it takes to overcome them, in the years following his graduation with a degree in industrial engineering.
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Travis Braden

Braden pilots No. 01 Flying WV race car to victory lane in nationally televised event

Friday, July 24, was a day of firsts for West Virginia University senior Travis Braden, who has spent much of his life behind the wheel of a race car.
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Freshman engineering faculty awarded NSF grant

Approximately 50 percent of all incoming freshman at West Virginia University that choose to study engineering are not considered calculus ready, which can hinder their learning and ability to succeed in the discipline. A trio of faculty in WVU's freshman engineering program have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to find solutions to help these struggling students.
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Cerasela Dinu

Cerasela Zoica Dinu to lead biomedical engineering program at WVU

Cerasela Zoica Dinu has been named associate chair of chemical engineering and will lead the College's biomedical engineering program.
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