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WVU Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources - Wired September 2019 - statler.wvu.edu

WVU Engineer developing 'critical' rare earth elements from coal waste
WVU mining engineers are developing a method to create a self-supply of rare earth elements in the United States from coal waste. To further research in examining the occurrence of rare earth elements in coal and coal byproducts, Huang has been awarded the 2019 Freeport-McMoRan, Inc. Career Development Grant by the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration.
Two women working in a lab

WVU awarded grant for cell and molecular biology and biomedical engineering programs

WVU’s Biomedical Sciences and Biomedical Engineering programs received a grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences/National Institutes of Health to support the Cell and Molecular Biology and Biomedical Engineering Training Program.
Hana Ulman

WVU student awarded Gilman Scholarship to study neuroscience in Denmark

A WVU Honors College student who wants to pursue bridging the gap between the technical world and the healthcare sector has been awarded a Gilman Scholarship to study in Denmark.
Michael Manley

Successful WVU alum helps students with major gift to his alma mater

A donation from WVU graduate Michael Manley of Morgantown will create two endowed scholarships for students in the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering.
Brown and Holgorsen

There’s no beauty premium in college football: Aggressive features = higher pay for coaches, say WVU researchers

Football was never intended to be a beauty pageant, and this study by WVU researchers backs it up.
Sosa shows safety glove research to President Gee

Hand in glove: WVU researchers test safety measures for coal industry

While researchers at WVU were testing coal miners’ safety gloves to help reduce lost-time accidents, they went a step further. Eduardo Sosa, a research associate professor in mechanical and aerospace engineering in the Statler College, and Marta Moure, a post-doctoral fellow from Carlos III University of Madrid, Spain, reduced the need for future physical testing of the gloves through computer simulations.
Seven students pursuing doctoral degrees at West Virginia University are receiving funding through the Ruby Scholars Graduate Fellows Program. Lauryn Alexander, Heather Baldwin, Elaine Christman, John Hansen, Emily Hughes, Alyssa Stonebraker and Nicholas

WVU names 2019 class of Ruby Fellows

Seven students pursuing doctoral degrees at WVU are receiving funding through the Ruby Scholars Graduate Fellows Program. Nicholas Winch, a material science doctoral student is one among the eight class of fellows.
WVU Football Player - Tailgating engineering style. Let's go.


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