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Photo of John Hu - Featured News
John Hu, an experienced scientist and engineer with a proven track record of inventing, developing and commercializing innovative chemical processes associated with the oil and gas industries, has been named the inaugural Statler Endowed Faculty Chair in Engineering for Natural Gas Utilization.

Photo of Saiph Savage Researcher creates Twitter bot platform for activists

Daily, news headlines speak of activists fighting for causes across the globe. Thanks to a WVU researcher, their fight just got easier.

Photo of CAFEE researchers CAFEE researchers named Disruptors of the Year by Roadshow by CNET

Among the chrome and lights of one of the largest auto shows in the world, WVU researchers picked up their own metal. A team from the Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions was named the 2016 Roadshow by CNET Disruptors of the Year for their research on diesel emissions.

Photo of Ryan Maurer The Cave Photographer

Ryan Maurer's imagination carries him above the clouds, where rockets soar, and below the earth, to uncharted caverns. At WVU, he's been able to pursue both his passions, while refining his ability to think, to see and to preserve his explorations for all time.

Photo of Royce Watts Watts honored as History Hero

Royce J. Watts, associate dean for administration in WVU's Statler College, was selected as a 2016 West Virginia History Hero. Watts was honored during held a History Day program and ceremony held at the Culture Center in Charleston.

Photo of Xinjian He He receives NIOSH grant for respiratory protection research

Xinjian "Kevin" He, assistant professor of industrial and management systems engineering, has received a grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health to characterize breathing flow in healthcare workers using respiratory protection.

Image showing football tracking diagram Alumni track statistics for Super Bowl-bound Carolina Panthers

Two Statler College alumni have had the experience of a lifetime tracking statistics for the National Football League's Carolina Panthers, the number one ranked team in the National Football Conference.

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