We have more than 18,000 graduates living throughout the world, and each one of you is an important member of our College family. We're proud of your accomplishments and hope that you will stay involved - by giving our students a tour of your company, providing internships, hiring our graduates, or making a contribution to our programs.
More than 125 years have passed since engineering was added to the curriculum at WVU, and there is little that an engineer of 1887 would recognize in our technology-driven, high-velocity, global environment. The basics still apply, of course: forces, physics, and energy. And engineers are a forward-looking bunch-show them something that works better than what they know, and even if they were hard-pressed to imagine it, they will still adopt it, adapt it, understand it, and make it work even better than better.
If you're interested in helping recruit students to study engineering (or one of our other majors) at WVU, or maybe you know a particular student who you think might be a good fit here, here are two ways that you can help:
Many companies recruit on our campus and seek out our graduates, who are well prepared to succeed in today's workplace. We assist employers in the hiring process in several ways. For information on any of the following, contact Lloyd Ford at 304.293.4370 or firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions, please contact Lloyd Ford, our coordinator of corporate relations and career assistance. at: 304.293.4370 or email@example.com
State support for higher education has decreased everywhere, and West Virginia is no exception. Only a fraction of the cost of a WVU education is supported by the state. The rest comes from tuition, research funding, and private support from alumni and friends.
We are committed to keeping tuition as affordable as possible so that future generations will have access to quality higher education. Therefore, we are extremely grateful to our alumni and friends who provide us with financial support to assist in this effort.
When you make a gift to our College (in any amount, large or small) you are contributing to the education of future generations and to the betterment of our state, nation, and world.
To make a gift online, click here
For information on all kinds of giving opportunities - including endowed scholarships, matching gifts, estate gifts, and others - contact our Development Office, at 304.293.4086 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Development, Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
Bob Bragg serves as director of development for the Statler College and is responsible for the overall management of the College's State of Minds Campaign. Bragg had served previously in this position for nearly eight years and rejoined the College in 2011 after serving as chief development officer for the Blanchette Rockefeller Neurosciences Institute. During his first tenure with the College, he successfully completed a five-year, $23 million capital campaign. Bragg is a native West Virginian but grew up in Virginia. A graduate of Virginia Tech, Bragg earned an MBA with a concentration in finance and a master's degree in government, both from the College of William and Mary. He previously held development positions at Virginia Tech, University of Georgia, and Florida State University.
Assistant Director of Development, Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
Amanda Casini Wright, a Morgantown native, brings over 12 years of experience in Marketing and Fundraising efforts. Amanda graduated from University of North Carolina at Wilmington with a B.S. degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. Amanda has been very active in the Oil & Gas Industry, including her extensive planning and coordination for industry B2B and Career Expos in WV and OH. Amanda is currently a member of Generation Morgantown and has served on the Events Committee, Morgantown Chamber of Commerce and held the Vice President and Marketing Director position for the West Virginia Chapter of Young Professional Women in Energy.
Operations Coordinator, Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources