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Dan Carder Named to Times 100
Dan Carder, who led the research team that broke open the Volkswagen emissions scandal, has been named to the 2016 Time 100, the magazine’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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Portrait of Honeycutt A love of the game led Honeycutt down unexpected path from athlete to entrepreneur

During her time as a student at West Virginia University, Noelle Honeycutt has been recognized on campus as a leader, an engineer, an athlete – and most recently, as an entrepreneur.

Portrait of Wagner, Majigapeo, and Strader Students earn Provost Fellowships

Three engineering students have received prestigious University Fellowships.

Portrait of LA students California high school brings large pool of students to WVU

Morgantown is 2,449 miles from Valencia, California, but that hasn’t stopped Trinity Classical Academy alumni from attending West Virginia University.

Portrait of David Klinke Researcher receives $1.7 award million to fight cancer

David Klinke has been awarded $1.7 million to conduct research into how immunotherapy can strengthen the body’s own defenses to improve treatment for breast and lung cancers.

Winner of the Makers Challenge Student organizations host inaugural Mountaineer Maker’s Challenge

Two new student organizations at West Virginia University awarded prizes during the first-ever Mountaineer Maker’s Challenge on Friday, April 22.

Portrait of Ed Sabolsky WVU, GE partner on project to increase performance of solid oxide fuel cells

Researchers at WVU have partnered on a nearly $1 million grant from the United States Researchers at West Virginia University will partner with their colleagues at GE on a project designed to increase the performance of solid oxide fuel cells.

Portrait of Didion Alumnus parlays NASA internships into employment

Since he was a boy, Alan Didion knew he controlled his own destiny. When he decided that destiny involved working in the space industry, he came to West Virginia University.

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Aerospace engineer receives WVU Honorary Degree at Potomac State’s Graduation

Students selected for NASA Student Flight Research Opportunity

Faculty member writes book for early career safety professionals

Mechanical engineering student earns Tau Beta Pi graduate fellowship

Civil engineering student awarded scholarships

Provost selects three faculty members as Academic Leadership Fellows


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