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WVU Receives More Than $1 Million From the National Science Foundation For Composite Material Research

With concern growing about the safety of the nation's bridges and other infrastructure, West Virginia University researchers studying how composite materials can be used to address the issues have received two National Science Foundation grants totaling more than $1 million to support their work.

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Two WVU Faculty Members Named Professor of the Year Finalists by Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia

Two popular and highly respected West Virginia University professors have been chosen as finalists for 2014 Professor of the Year.
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