On Thursday, April 24, WVU Tech students, faculty and staff gathered in the Conley Hall Theater to watch student acts share their love for the performing arts at Tech’s Got Talent.
Since 1998, the Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering and Sciences has recognized those students who excel both in and out of the classroom at the annual STEM Awards banquet. Now in its 17th year, the ceremony honored more than 30 dedicated students on Thursday, April 24 in the Tech Center Ballroom.
In early April, WVU Tech students made the trip to Charlottesville, Virginia to compete at the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) 2014 Virginias Student Conference.
The National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS) operates with the motto, “We build leaders who make a better world.” On Monday, April 21, the organization got a new set of building blocks as 17 WVU Tech student leaders were inducted into the society.
On Tuesday, April 22, West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) soccer players teamed up with the YMCA of Southern West Virginia recreational soccer league for a one-day soccer mini-camp at the Paul Cline Memorial Sports Complex in Beckley, West Virginia.
WVU Tech alumna Tristan Martin was recognized last week by the CAMC Health System as a DAISY Awardee, an honor for nurses that exemplify clinical skill and compassion.
WVU Tech Nursing Alumna Serves in the 455th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron in Afghanistan
WVU Tech Nursing Alumna Lt. Erica Hanshew was featured in a top story for military news outlet U.S. Air Forces Central Command regarding her work with the 455th Expeditionary Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron. The article shares how the Squadron is critical for the service members and Coalition forces around Afghanistan. Read the full story from the U.S. Air Forces Central Command below.
On Monday, April 14, nearly 30 WVU Tech students, faculty and staff met with WVU Tech student Dan Eisenberg and his family to observe a Passover Seder in the Vining Library.
On Wednesday, April 16, the WVU Tech Student Government Association (SGA) and the office of Student Affairs teamed up to honor members of the Golden Bear community at the second-annual Dean of Students and SGA Awards.
Last weekend, WVU Tech students paddled their way into spring as they took on world-class whitewater rapids in West Virginia’s New River Gorge on Saturday, April 12.