Two assistant professors at West Virginia University have been named the inaugural J. Wayne and Kathy Richards Faculty Fellows in Engineering.
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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.
There’s nothing more the supply chain management competition team from West Virginia University wanted on October 15 than to keep the Race to the Case crown in Morgantown.
West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources has received renewed accreditation for its undergraduate and graduate programs from ABET, the global accreditor of engineering programs.
Kenneth Currie, chair of the Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering at West Virginia University, has been awarded Fellow Status by the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering, previously known as the Institute of Industrial Engineers.
Alcoa, Constellium, Kaiser and Noranda are four major corporations within the international aluminum industry. While they have different specializations and produce unique commodities, they all have one common denominator – a West Virginia University industrial engineering graduate on their executive team.
Morgantown is 2,449 miles from Valencia, California, but that hasn’t stopped Trinity Classical Academy alumni from attending West Virginia University.
West Virginia University’s Gary Winn, professor of safety management in the Department of Industrial and Management Systems and Engineering, recently wrote a book for early career professionals interested in becoming leaders in occupational health and safety or engineering.