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Ye awarded grant to develop techniques to enhance machine learning security
Yanfang (Fanny) Ye, assistant professor of computer science and electrical engineering at West Virginia University, has been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to enhance security for machine learning mechanisms. The award comes with more than $237,000 in funding over a three-year period.
 
Peyton Panger

Panger selected for GE’s Edison Engineering Development Program

At least one member of the WVU Class of 2019 already knows where she will be headed post-graduation.
 
Emil Czul

Emil Czul leaves $4 million to WVU for scholarships

Emil Czul, a late WVU alumnus raised in Lochgelly and a 1950 graduate of Oak Hill High School, is making certain that future generations from Fayette County will not struggle to afford college as he did.
 
Thrasher and King

Thrasher, King among five endorsed for nation's top scholarships

Virginia "Ginny" Thrasher and Morgan King were among five young women from the Honors College to be endorsed by WVU to compete for three prestigious awards: the Rhodes, Marshall and Mitchell scholarships.
 
Omar Abdul-Aziz

Model to predict greenhouse gases, carbon storage in coastal wetlands under changing conditions developed at WVU

A pair of researchers from WVU have developed a new model to reliably predict the greenhouse gas fluxes of carbon dioxide and methane in coastal wetlands under rising temperatures and changing environments.
 
The Next-Gen Composite System is a finalist for the Awards for Composites Excellence competition.

Research team named finalists for international composites award

A research team from WVU has been selected as a finalist for the Awards for Composites Excellence.
 
Pictured, from left, are College of Business and Economics students Cliff Teter and Michala Luck; and Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources students Brandon Slicklein and Christian Hores. WVU has won the competition four years in a row.

Business and engineering students capture fourth consecutive win in supply chain competition

It was a sign of things to come in October 2015, when a WVU team made up of supply chain and industrial engineering students went to the University of Pittsburgh and won the Race to the Case Supply Chain Management Competition.
 
Thorsten Wuest was on the editorial board for the 2018 World Manufacturing Forum Report.

Wuest on editorial board for World Manufacturing Forum Report

Thorsten Wuest played a key role in the release of a report that makes recommendations for the future of manufacturing.
 
Qingqing Huang

Huang earns recognition from SME

Qingqing Huang, assistant professor of mining engineering, has been recognized with two prestigious awards by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration.
 
Antar Jutla

Jutla to conduct research on Vibrio bacteria in Chesapeake Bay

The largest estuary in the U.S., the Chesapeake Bay is home to more than 300 species of fish and numerous shellfish and crab species. It’s also home to Vibrio bacteria, a food-borne infection associated with eating undercooked seafood.
 
Brady and Sosa

WVU awarded MSHA grant to study mine emergency prevention, preparedness

Two researchers from WVU have received a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration to train miners for mine emergency prevention and preparedness.
 
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