WVU brings home first level two victory and $100,000 award in NASA robotics competition

A team of 16 West Virginia University engineering students proved this week that a robot can live up to its name.

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EcoCAR 3 team brings home competition awards

The hard work of more than 40 West Virginia University students involved in EcoCAR3 paid off with a number of awards at the end-of-year awards banquet held recently in Seattle, Washington.
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Wyrick named associate dean for academic affairs at WVU's Statler College

David A. Wyrick, the William L. McKnight Distinguished Visiting Professor in Technology Development at the Swenson College of Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota Duluth, will assume the position of West Virginia University's Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources associate dean for academic affairs, effective July 31, 2015
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WVU announces biomedical engineering grant awardees

The first group of internally funded awards to support biomedical engineering research at West Virginia University have been announced. The winners, which include faculty from the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources and the Health Sciences Center, are being funded through the Byars-Tarnay Endowment in the WVU Foundation.
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WVU's Liu named ASM International Fellow

Xingbo Liu, professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering and associate chair of research at West Virginia University, has been named a Fellow of the ASM International. ASM Fellows are technical and professional leaders who have been recognized by their colleagues and serve as advisors to the society.
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WVU implements Mountaineer University Employer Summit

A new event is coming to West Virginia University's campus this summer, aimed at enhancing student and faculty relationships with valued employer partners.
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