Nicco Campriani, a 2011 industrial engineering graduate of the West Virginia University and three-time Olympic Gold medalist, has retired from competitive rifle shooting and will soon begin a new career with the International Olympic Committee.
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For the fourth straight year, West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources has been ranked in the top 10 percent of all engineering schools nationwide for offering the best value for the money for undergraduate degree programs.
The technology developed by researchers at West Virginia University that helped them win the NASA Sample Return Robot Challenge may be headed to Mars.
Two professors from the Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering at West Virginia University were honored during the 2017 American Industrial Hygiene Association Conference and Exposition, held on June 4-7, in Seattle, Washington.
When Breanna Haught of Mannington decided to attend West Virginia University she was unsure of the direction she wanted to take with her studies. Having excelled in math and science, she decided to pursue a degree in industrial engineering, a decision that would impact her life in unimaginable ways.
Teams featuring seven engineering students from West Virginia University captured the top three places in the Third Annual Target Case Study Competition. Sponsored by the Target Corporation and hosted by WVU’s Career Services Center, the competition challenges teams of students in all majors to use their problem-solving skills to provide well-rounded solutions to a business problem.
Engineering is a time-consuming discipline that involves lab work and involvement in student projects. Despite the time commitment, student organizations housed in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University have already logged more than 4,200 service hours for the 2016-2017 school year.
Three students at West Virginia University played a key role in creating a local non-profit organization that provides resources to students and community members in need.
Two assistant professors at West Virginia University have been named the inaugural J. Wayne and Kathy Richards Faculty Fellows in Engineering.
Everyone looks for ways to do more by using less and businesses are no exception, especially when it comes to things like energy and water use.