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.
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A student from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources at West Virginia University is slated to spend the summer participating in a highly competitive internship at Southwest Airline headquarters in Dallas, Texas.
The West Virginia University Wind Symphony has been selected as one of two groups to be showcased during the 2018 New York Wind Band Festival. The 50-member ensemble is comprised of mostly music majors, however one student from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources will be accompanying them to perform at the world famous venue, Carnegie Hall.
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.
Two students from West Virginia University have been awarded scholarships by Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honorary.
While most recent graduates of West Virginia University’s Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources are pursuing careers in their respective fields, one is taking a different path: slam poetry.
With one year left to go in the four-year EcoCAR 3 competition, the team from West Virginia University finds itself in some pretty good company. After a two-week stint that featured stops in Michigan and Washington, D.C., the team from WVU placed fourth overall, joining Ohio State University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and Georgia Tech at the top.
When Breanna Haught of Mannington decided to attend West Virginia University she was unsure of the direction she wanted to take with her studies. Having excelled in math and science, she decided to pursue a degree in industrial engineering, a decision that would impact her life in unimaginable ways.
A team of students from West Virginia University placed in two categories at the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Human Powered Vehicle Challenge, held recently in Cookeville, Tennessee.