Hybrid. HyFlex. Synchronous. Asynchronous. These are some of the many buzzwords Todd Hamrick hears as he sits through a session of the West Virginia University Teaching and Learning Commons’ Fall Hybrid Teaching Institute.
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WVU professors team up with leading industry experts to guide organizations’ transformation to digital supply networks in new book
The COVID-19 pandemic has tested and disrupted global supply chains like never before, forcing companies across all industrial sectors to evolve at a rapid pace by adopting new technologies and transitioning towards digital supply networks.
Over the last six decades, spacefaring nations have slowly, but surely, cluttered up the final frontier. A report on space debris by the European Space Agency estimates that there are currently about 34,000 debris objects larger than 10 centimeters, about the size of a softball, currently in orbit.
In a letter from Vice President of WVU Talent and Culture, Cris DeBord addresses employee expectations for the Return to Campus in the fall.
As demand increases for sustainable and environmentally friendly energy and products, the Mid-Atlantic region with its abundance of forests and abandoned mine land is poised to grow its biomass-based renewable energy and products economy.
West Virginia University leaders Vice President for Strategic Initiatives Rob Alsop and Drs. Clay Marsh and Jeff Coben today (July 7) sent a letter to the campus community outlining safety procedures for students’ return to campus scheduled for Aug. 19.