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Earl Scime - Message from Interim Dean Earl Scime

As my time as serving as the dean of the Statler College is coming to an end, I am pleased by all that we have accomplished together over the last year. Our alumni have stepped up with many new scholarships for our students, a newly named Wadsworth Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and new endowed professorships that will be filled in the coming months and years. Our students have continued to excel in and out of the classroom and I thoroughly enjoyed getting to see firsthand the results of the outstanding education our students receive in the Statler College. Our faculty, postdocs, and graduate students have worked tirelessly to build up our research programs and I am pleased to report that research funding in the Statler College is up 34% over this time last year. All this plus an incredible response by our students, faculty and staff to the coronavirus pandemic. I know that the last several months have been especially difficult, but you have shown your true Mountaineer spirit and have taken each new change in stride. I am proud to have worked with each of you over the past year.

I challenge each of you to carry on the tradition of making lasting, positive change for the people of West Virginia. I have been grateful for your unflagging support of this College, and the next dean, Pedro Mago, will be lucky to join this exceptional community.

Sincerely,

Earl Scime, Interim Dean

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Recipients of the inaugural Incoming Statler Engagement and Leadership (ISEAL) Scholarship. (Top row, from left to right) Lenore Dougherty, Heather Hainer, Sophie Lindamer, Ashton Crawford, Elizabeth Lilly, Jacquelyne Campos, Anna Shuff, Tyler Brown and Kayna Anderson. (Second row, from left to right) Riley McAllister, Jessica Heffern, Robert Paquette, Sam Zeni, Arthur Auchenbach, Baker Weekly, Rohit Chivukula, Ethan Wimer and Maleigha Hughes. (Bottom row, from left to right) Christian Kantz, Nicholas Spokes, Michael Boroski, Tia DeGiovanni, Connor Davis, Anthony Hudson, Wyatt Beane and Ian Jackson

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