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Earl Scime - Message from Interim Dean Earl Scime

As many of you may know, the University, along with local and state health officials, have taken precautionary measures to best protect our campuses and our communities to mitigate the community spread of COVID-19.

During this uncertain time, we are faced with new challenges in the Statler College. I will echo the sentiment of President E. Gordon Gee by stating that our highest priority is always the safety and well-being of our faculty, staff, students and community.

As a result of this, face-to-face classes have been temporarily suspended from March 23-27. The Statler College is working diligently to prepare for an online structure of courses to help ensure students successfully complete their classes, which will begin on March 30.

The University continuously updates coronavirus.wvu.edu with the latest information. If you have a specific question regarding general University procedures moving forward, please direct it to coronavirus@mail.wvu.edu.

We will continue to work together through these challenges and we will successfully educate our students. Thank you for your continued support, patience and well wishes through this transition.

Sincerely,

Earl Scime, Interim Dean

 
Vlad Kecojevic

Kecojevic receives SME Distinguished Service Award

Vladislav Kecojevic, the Robert E. Murray chair and professor of mining engineering at WVU, has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration’s Coal and Energy Division Distinguished Service Award.
 
Taylor Bryner

Bryner joins Statler College enrollment and outreach team

The Statler College at WVU has expanded its office of enrollment and outreach with the creation of a new position designed to increase recruitment efforts in the College.
 
WVU SHPE chapter members gathered at the 2019 SHPE National Convention in Phoenix, Arizona.

Students attend SHPE National Convention and are encouraged to find community and success

Diego Cabanillas and Xochitl Hernandez both have dreams of pursuing careers in engineering, but they also desire connection in a community that shares their same background and goals. This pursuit led Cabanillas and Hernandez to join the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) in the Statler College.
 
Image of two clothing items with Statler College logos - WVU Statler College Apparel - Flash Sale - Store Closes 4-19-20 - all proceds benefit Statler College student organizations
 
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