A team of students from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources took first place in the Student Organization Pitch Competition that was held on February 15, at West Virginia University’s Launch Lab.
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What started out as a chance meeting at a neighborhood block party has turned into a potential career path for a local Morgantown high school student.
The Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources will host a series of events to celebrate National Engineers Week, Monday, February 19-Saturday, February 24. Engineers Week is led by DiscoverE, formerly the National Engineers Week Foundation. Its mission is to sustain and grow a dynamic engineering profession through outreach, education, celebration and volunteerism.
At West Virginia University sports are serious business and making sure that fans don’t miss a minute of the action is a top priority for WVU Athletics. The department relies on a team of dedicated student workers to capture the live action that appears on the video boards during home games. While most of these students come from the Reed College of Media, one particularly talented cameraman happens to be from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources .
Michael Flowers, a civil engineering graduate, is one of five alumni selected for induction into WVU's Distinguished Alumni Academy.
West Virginia University alumni, faculty and students will take the stage in March as part of the first campus TEDx Talk. Themed “Leading with Hope in a Changing World,” the full-day conference will feature culturally relevant topics and boasts a line-up of locally high-brow influencers.
West Virginia University has been selected as the recipient of the Heiskell Award for innovation in international partnerships with its strategic partner in the Middle East, the Royal University for Women in Bahrain.