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Join West Virginia University's Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions as well as industry, academic and regulatory leaders for a day of engagement focused on emerging emissions technologies. The summit begins with an evening program and reception hosted by West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee.

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Golden Mountaineers

Two athletes with ties to the Statler College came home with Gold medals from the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio. Ginny Thrasher, a sophomore majoring in biomedical engineering, won the first medal awarded in the games, when she finished first in the women’s 10m air rifle competition for the United States. Nicco Campriani, a 2011 industrial engineering graduate, won Gold in both the men’s 50m rifle 3 positions and the men’s 10m air rifle competitions for his native Italy. Campriani is now the first rifle athlete to win three Olympic Gold medals and the first to win two Gold medals at one Olympic Games.

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WVU team preps for upcoming Sample Return Robot Challenge

At the 2015 Sample Return Robot Challenge, the team of engineering students from West Virginia University and their robot, Cataglyphis, came incredibly close to snagging the $1.5 million prize offered as part of NASA's Centennial Challenge. While the team did make history last year by being the first to successfully retrieve the coveted “red rock” sample, earning them $100,000, the Mountaineers have their sights on one thing for 2016: finishing the job.

locks and dams

 

Civil engineering researchers win innovation awards

Three West Virginia University civil engineering researchers are part of a team awarded the 2016 United States Army Corps of Engineers Innovation of the Year Award for their research on composite components for locks and dam systems.

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Student earns scholarship from automotive aftermarket association

Senior David Beahr is the recipient of a $3,000 scholarship from the Specialty Equipment Market Association. The award is given to students interested in pursuing careers in automotive-related industries and recipients are invited to attend the 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, in November.

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Kulathumani working on wireless sensors to detect breaches in storm water catch systems

When it rains, it pours and sometimes the overflow from such storms contain pollutants that have a significant impact on water quality. A researcher from West Virginia University is working to create a wireless sensor network to detect when such systems reach capacity and are in danger of breaching their containment walls.

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WVU Alumni Association and Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources receive major gift donations

Two elected to WVU Foundation Board of Directors

Mining students win national competition

Eck earns national LTAP achievement award

Lane Department graduate student presents poster at AACR Conference

Mining graduate wins scholarship


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FOOTBALL TENT
October 1, 2016

HOMECOMING GAME
WVU vs. Kansas State

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Start time: Two hours before kickoff (TIME TBD)

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