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Dinu Earns Prestigious NSF CAREER Award

Cerasela Zoica Dinu, assistant professor of chemical engineering at West Virginia University, has earned a prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation for her work to identify technologies capable of increasing the world's energy portfolio while reducing environmental impact.
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Constellium Ravenswood CEO to Deliver Gochenour Lecture at WVU

Lloyd A. "Buddy" Stemple, chief executive officer of Constellium Rolled Products Ravenswood, LCC, will deliver the annual Gochenour Lecture in West Virginia University's Department of Industrial and Management Systems Engineering, on Friday, April 17, at 4 p.m., in room 113, of the Mineral Resources Building on the Evansdale Campus.
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WVU Lands Several Programs Among US News' Top 100 Grad Rankings

Led by a first-time published ranking for chemical engineering, 13 West Virginia University programs are among the top 100 in U.S. News and World Report's rankings of graduate programs released today.
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WVU Expands Offerings as Part of its Engineering Challenge Camp Series

For the fourth consecutive year, West Virginia University's Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources will be hosting a series of summer camps as part of its outreach program. The success of the program has led to its expansion, which includes an Engineering in Entertainment camp in June and a Makers Camp in July.
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WVU Grad, GM Executive Returns to Mentor EcoCAR3 Team

West Virginia University graduate Bill Cawthorne is quick to credit his experiences in student competitions with helping pave the way for his 15-year career at General Motors. Now he's helping to create the next generation of automotive engineers by serving as a mentor to WVU's EcoCAR3 team.
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Winners of Engineers Week Essay Contest Announced

The winners of the Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources first-ever essay contest have been selected. Hosted as part of Engineers Week, the contest was open to high school students across the state in an effort to increase public dialogue about the need for engineers and to bring engineering to life for kids, educators and parents.
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