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.
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Four students from the West Virginia University Chapter of Engineers Without Borders traveled to the Kasese District of Uganda on August 6-13, to begin a five-year project that will provide a safe water supply for residents in the village of Kabughabugha.
From late 19th century coal mining with picks and shovels to the huge longwall machines used today, mine mechanization has transformed underground coal mining from an industry once reliant upon muscle power to one now powered by machines. A new exhibition at West Virginia University’s Watts Museum showcases that transition.
Representatives from West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources captured best paper honors at the premier international forum for data science.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory has selected West Virginia University to move forward with its program to extract valuable rare earth elements, vital to the technology industry, from coal mining by-products.
New WVU Study Provides Road Map to Lower Methane Emissions for Future Heavy-duty Natural Gas Vehicle Fleet
new study published today (August 23, 2017) in the
Journal of Air and Waste Management Association builds upon recent heavy-duty
natural gas vehicle methane emission measurements to model methane emissions from
a future, much larger vehicle fleet. The predicted methane emissions rates from a
2035 natural gas fleet cover a wide range depending on technologies adopted and best
management practices employed.
While most students spend their summer break decompressing from a busy academic year, one international student from West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources used his time off to give back while pursuing his passions.
West Virginia University researchers receive NSF funding to support student diversity in engineering and computer science
West Virginia University researchers have been awarded a five-year, $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to improve classroom experiences for engineering and computer science students.