WVU Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

EWV Wired August 2017 header
WVU to develop software for future NASA Mars rovers, test 3-D printed foams on ISS
The technology developed by researchers at West Virginia University that helped them win the NASA Sample Return Robot Challenge may be headed to Mars.

Read More...

Counselors Heather Joyce and Abigail Osborne help campers build cardboard canoes

Positive experiences turn campers into students at WVU

Not only are West Virginia University’s Engineering Challenge Camps a great way to introduce students to the possibilities in STEM-related fields, they also serve as a great recruiting tool for the Statler College.

 Abdul-Aziz will study greenhouse gases and carbon storage under rising temperatures and changing environments.

Ecosystem greenhouse gases under rising temperatures to be studied

An award from the National Science Foundation will allow Omar Abdul-Aziz to better predict greenhouse gases and carbon storage under rising temperatures and changing environments.

Kemp-Rye's final camp at WVU was the 2017 Engineering in Service Challenge Camp.

Engineering Challenge Camps help long-time camper discover his passion

The Statler College launched its first series of engineering camps at West Virginia University in the summer of 2012, as a way to introduce grade-school students to the field of engineering through an immersive on-campus experience. And one camper, Max Kemp-Rye, is the only camper to attend all six years.

 Mebane will study carbon dioxide reduction as part of an NSF collaborative award.

Mebane to study carbon dioxide reduction under NSF collaborative award

One of the biggest factors hampering the growth of renewable energy is storage. Sun and wind are intermittent and dependent on geography, requiring energy storage and transportation. Batteries are a means of addressing the storage problem, but they have a low-energy density, and are relatively expensive and difficult to transport. David Mebane will be investigating one possible alternative that could potentially create a route to “green” hydrocarbons.

Campers enjoying STEM activities thanks to the generosity of EQT.

Youth programs supported by $80K in grants from EQT Foundation

The EQT Foundation, the philanthropic arm of EQT Corporation, recently awarded two grants to West Virginia University through the WVU Foundation.

Vladislav Kecojevic

Kecojevic named interim chair of mining engineering

Vladislav Kecojevic, professor of mining engineering at West Virginia University, has been named interim chair of the department, effective August 11.

MORE NEWS

Tau Beta Pi chapter members recognized by national organization

Alumni establish science and engineering scholarships for West Virginia students


DONATE

Support the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources


EXPLORE

Explore our engineering departments, programs and student projects


CONNECT TO
STATLER COLLEGE

Facebook Icon Twitter Icon LinkedIn Icon


UPCOMING EVENTS

Back in the Blue Lot image

FOOTBALL TENT
Saturday, October 14, 2017

HOMECOMING GAME
WVU vs. Texas Tech

Location: Coca-Cola Hospitality Village - Main Tent City in the Blue Lot

Start time: Two hours before kickoff (TIME TBD)

RSVP HERE

Engineering Career Fair Series Statler College: Engineering Career Fair

September 14, 2017
10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Student Recreation Center

If you’re looking for a future employee that is determined and dedicated to a career in engineering, IT or safety management, we know just where you can find them. The Statler College Career Fair will host up to 160 employers and 2,000 students seeking internships, co-ops and entry-level jobs.

Register Today

Questions?
Contact Sarah Rotruck Glenn or Lloyd Ford.
 
About This Email
EWV Wired is a monthly e-newsletter produced by the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources' Office of Marketing and Communications. Please share your comments and suggestions by emailing us at engineeringwv@mail.wvu.edu.

MAILING ADDRESS:
Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources | West Virginia University
401 Evansdale Drive | P.O. Box 6070 | Morgantown, WV 26506-6070
PHONE: 304.293.4821 | EMAIL: engineeringwv@mail.wvu.edu

Copyright © 2017 Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources all rights reserved
Update Your E-mail Address | Contact Us | Privacy Statement | Unsubscribe