WVU Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

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Teaching, advising and research awards announced - Honors Day
Gene Cilento, Glen H. Hiner Dean of the Statler College, announced the winners of the College's outstanding teaching, advising and researcher awards for 2017-2018. The awards were handed out at the College's annual Honors Ceremony, which took place on April 6. Read More...
 
Richard Turton and Fernando Lima will lead the WVU research effort.

Turton, Lima win inaugural R&D grant from AVEVA

WVU is one of only two universities worldwide selected to receive a research and development program award from AVEVA, a leader in engineering and industrial software. The first-of-its-kind award will be used to focus on the research and development of next generation engineering design and simulation software.
 
Front to back: Todd Hamrick, Edward Flagg, David Martinelli, Dana Voelker, Malayna Bernstein and Carrie Rishel

Hamrick, Martinelli named WVU Foundation Outstanding Teachers

Todd Hamrick, teaching associate professor in Fundamentals of Engineering, and David Martinelli, professor of civil and environmental engineering, are among six faculty members selected for the 2018 WVU Foundation Award for Outstanding Teaching, which honors exceptional professors who go above and beyond to inspire their students.
 
A research team led by Karl Barth (third from left) has captured top honors for its bridge construction system.

WVU-led research team earns top honors for bridge construction system

A cost-effective bridge construction system developed by researchers at WVU has won an award for technological advancement from the National Steel Bridge Alliance.
 
Kenneth Means is the recipient of the 2018 Heebink Award for service to the state.

Means named 2018 Heebink Award recipient for distinguished state service

Ken Means, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, has been named the recipient of the 2018 Heebink Award for Distinguished Service to West Virginia.
 
Justin Moser and Mark Ziegler will travel the country with Rooster Hall Racing for the 2018 Pirelli World Challenge Series.

Students get the green light to intern with Rooster Hall Racing

Two students from the Statler College are gearing up for internships with Rooster Hall Racing, in Louisa, Virginia.
 
Melissa Morris

Morris receives teaching award from ASEE

Melissa Morris, a teaching associate professor and academic advisor for Fundamentals of Engineering, has been named a recipient of the North Central Section Outstanding Teaching Award from the American Society of Engineering Education.
 
The 2018 Neil S. Bucklew Scholarship cohort.

Five WVU Foundation Scholars to be chosen from Bucklew cohort

The 2018 Bucklew Scholars chose WVU for a variety of reasons — its status as an R1 Research Institution, its close community feel, its school spirit and most of all — it’s home.
 
The T-shirt competition was won by WVU IEEE chapter president Syihan Muhammad.

WVU takes top honors at regional IEEE Conference; will host event in 2019

Not only did representatives from WVU’s student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers perform extremely well at the Region 2 Student Activities Conference, they earned the right to host it in 2019.
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