Greg Thompson, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at West Virginia University, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, which is the highest professional distinction accorded solely to academic inventors.
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A new AmeriCorps VISTA position in the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University will assist the office of enrollment and outreach in fulfilling their diversity pledge, which focuses on increasing diversity and retention in the College.
Matthew Valenti, professor and interim chair in the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering in the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University, has been awarded the Institute of Electrical Engineers (IEEE) Military Communications Conference Award for Sustained Technical Achievement.
A loyal alumnus and his wife have continued their history of giving to West Virginia University with a $6 million gift that will expand opportunities for students, increase support for faculty, research and other programs in the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.
Music to my Engin'ears': WVU engineering student selected as finalist for AES MATLAB Plugin Student Competition
John Kolar has been playing music since the age of twelve. When deciding on a career path, the Morgantown native knew he wanted a career that would combine his love for music with his passion for math and science.
Engineering in an unpredictable world: WVU students travel to London to discuss future sustainability of the planet
It is estimated that by 2050 our world’s population will reach 10 billion people, according to a recent report by the United Nations. Within that estimation lies unrealized opportunities and challenges facing a society that needs to allocate resources for those 10 billion people.
Cells can’t text each other the way we can, but they can still communicate. One way they send each other messages is through exosomes—tiny, spherical “packages” of information they emit.
West Virginia University students who have demonstrated exemplary academic performance and extracurricular involvement will compete in one of Mountaineer Week’s oldest traditions—the title of Mr. and Ms. Mountaineer.
In a major step towards preparing students to succeed in the global market, the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and the School of Chemical Engineering and Technology at the China University of Mining and Technology are teaming up to create a 3+1+1 academic program that will allow eligible students from CUMT to study at West Virginia University.