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WVU researchers join national program to develop technologies to enhance natural gas utilization
West Virginia University has joined a national effort to turn natural gas into valuable products and do it at the well. This serves a real-world need for many production locations in the Marcellus Shale, especially those in West Virginia, where some shale gas resources are stranded without pipeline infrastructure, affecting access and price.

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Asher embarks on journey to make a difference in the world

While most engineers hope to make a world of difference in their careers, one recent graduate of the Statler College is actually putting that idea into practice.

Statler College names two to assistant dean positions

Statler College names two to assistant dean positions

Two individuals with proven track records in their respective roles have been appointed to assistant dean positions in the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources.

Researcher, students receive mining awards from SME

Researcher, students receive mining awards from SME

A post-doctoral researcher and two graduate students in the Department of Mining Engineering have received awards from the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration.

Remember the Miners endows mining engineering scholarship

Remember the Miners endows mining engineering scholarship

An organization that brings awareness to the nation’s coal miners has endowed a scholarship at WVU to help educate the next generation of mining engineers.

First-year student wins Entrepreneur Pitch Contest

First-year student wins Entrepreneur Pitch Contest

First-year engineering student William Keefe from Collegeville, Pennsylvania, won first place in the Entrepreneur Pitch Contest hosted by WVU’s LaunchLab.

Peng edits new book on ground control in mining

Peng edits new book on ground control in mining

Syd Peng, the Charles E. Lawall Chair Emeritus of mining engineering at WVU, has edited a new book on ground control in mining.

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Engineering Career Fair Series Statler College: Engineering Career Fair Series

February 28, 2017
10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Engineering Sciences Building

Connect with students seeking internships and careers in engineering, IT or safety management! These smaller, more personalized fairs are designed to increase your visibility on campus and allow you to network with students in an informal setting.

Register today in MountaineerTRAK.

View full spring 2017 Career Fair and Event Schedule.

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Contact Sarah Rotruck Glenn or Lloyd Ford.
100 Year Anniversary of Chemical Engineering At West Virginia University

March 23-25, Morgantown, WV - RSVP Before March 9th

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