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WVU TO CONDUCT COMMERCIAL-SCALE RESEARCH OF CLEAN TECH FOR COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS
WVU researchers are leading commercial-scale research and development of two new innovations at the country’s most efficient coal-fired power plant in Maidsville. The devices, a corrosion sensor invented at WVU and a gas sensor invented at Los Alamos National Laboratory, could make coal combustion more efficient with fewer emissions and fewer unplanned outages saving millions of dollars.

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Emily Calandrelli, Ginny Thrasher, Judith Feinberg, Ann Chester, Sara Berzingi and Daniel Brewster are among the presenters at the inaugural TEDx WVU March 2.

Alumni, faculty, students to appear in inaugural TedX WVU

WVU alumni, faculty and students will take the stage in March as part of the first campus TEDx Talk. Themed “Leading with Hope in a Changing World,” the full-day conference will feature culturally relevant topics and boasts a line-up of locally high-brow influencers.

Supporters and students standing in front of the WVU-RUW Global Portal.

WVU awarded prestigious Heiskell Award for International Partnerships

WVU has been selected as the recipient of the Heiskell Award for innovation in international partnerships with its strategic partner in the Middle East, the Royal University for Women in Bahrain.

Engineering student Trevor Gromen works as a part-time cameraman for WVU Athletics.

Engineering student discovers hidden talent behind the camera

At WVU, sports are serious business and making sure that fans don’t miss a minute of the action is a top priority for WVU Athletics. The department relies on a team of dedicated student workers to capture the live action that appears on the video boards during home games. While most of these students come from the Reed College of Media, one particularly talented cameraman happens to be from the Statler College.

Engineering student Lisa Hilgar will perform at Carnegie Hall with the WVU Wind Symphony on March 6.

Engineering student to play at Carnegie Hall with WVU Wind Symphony

The WVU Wind Symphony has been selected as one of two groups to be showcased during the 2018 New York Wind Band Festival. The 50-member ensemble is comprised of mostly music majors, however one student from the Statler College will be accompanying them to perform at the world famous venue, Carnegie Hall.

Civil engineering alum Michael Flowers is slated to be inducted into WVU's Distinguished Alumni Academy.

Flowers to be inducted into Distinguished Alumni Academy

Michael Flowers, a civil engineering graduate, is one of five alumni selected for induction into WVU's Distinguished Alumni Academy.

Lauren MacDowell and Brice Dang Nsongue have been named recipients of the 2017 Graduate Safety Practitioner Scholarship.

WVU engineering students earn scholarships from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals

Two students from the Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering have been awarded scholarships from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. The BCSP is recognized as the leader in high-quality credentialing for safety, health and environmental practitioners in order to enhance the safety of people, property and the environment.

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