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West Virginia University researchers examine natural gas well equipment for potential methane emissions. - WVU researchers receive $1.5 million DOE grant to develop technology aimed at decreasing natural gas emissions

With the target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from natural gas production sites, engineers at the Statler College are developing new technology that will not only harness the gas, but improve consumption.

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WVU engineering student receives prestigious fellowship to continue sustainable transportation research

A doctoral student in the Statler College has been awarded the South Regional Education Board (SREB) State Doctoral Scholars Fellowship to further his research into sustainable mobility services in urban and rural communities.
(Left) Thorsten Wuest (Right) Ednilson Bernardes (Center) Digital Supply Networks book cover

WVU professors team up with leading industry experts to guide organizations’ transformation to digital supply networks in new book

“Digital Supply Networks: Transform Your Supply Chain and Gain Competitive Advantage with Disruptive Technology and Reimagined Processes,” a new book co-authored by West Virginia University Professors Ednilson Bernardes and Thorsten Wuest, show how organizations can leverage advanced technologies to reimagine processes and build a more resilient supply network.
Syd Peng

Emeritus engineering professor publishes textbook on surface subsidence

Syd Peng, Charles E. Lawall chair emeritus of mining engineering, is the editor of a new textbook that has recently been published on surface subsidence, the sudden sinking of the ground’s surface with little or no horizontal motion. Written by 14 top experts in three leading coal producing and consuming countries in the world, “Surface Subsidence Engineering Theory and Practice,” discusses how surface subsidence is caused by underground mining.
Jared Beard

WVU names class of 2020 Ruby Fellows

Three students pursuing doctoral degrees at WVU are receiving funding through the Ruby Scholars Graduate Fellows Program. Jared Beard, a native of Moorefield, West Virginia, earned his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in physics. He recently completed his master’s degree in mechanical engineering and will continue his doctoral work in the Statler College in the fall.
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