WVU Tech will host a Grad Fair for graduating seniors on Wednesday, April 1 in the Bookstore Lounge from 10 a.m. until 2p.m.
by Ryan Quinn
WVU Tech’s faculty members are dedicated to the advancement of the fields they teach. Outside of the classroom, they’re researchers, writers, presenters, go-to experts and road warriors who share their passion for learning with the world.
Campus safety has been a longstanding priority at WVU Tech, where students enjoy a vibrant campus life in a safe, welcoming community. In an effort to enhance the security of that community, WVU Tech has partnered with WVU and LiveSafe to launch the LiveSafe mobile app, a free personal safety application for students, campus employees, parents and the community.
The WVU Tech College of Business, Humanities and Social Sciences will host a career fair on Tuesday, March 10 from 1-3 p.m. in the Tech Center Ballroom.
Despite intense winter weather throughout late February, WVU Tech students and faculty celebrated National Engineers Week (February 22-28) by sharing engineering with K-12 students throughout the Kanawha Valley.
On Wednesday, March 4, eight WVU Tech students joined lawmakers and more than 100 student exhibitors to display and discuss ongoing research projects at the Capitol during the 12th annual Undergraduate Research Day.
WVU Tech was among a mere handful of colleges mentioned in the 2015 Huffington Post article, “Colleges Where Graduates Get the Most Bang for Their Buck,” which detailed PayScale’s 2015 College Return on Investment Report.
Wall Street Journal Discusses College Prestige, Lists WVU Tech Among Top Public Universities for ROI
In a March 1 article discussing the cost of private colleges versus their level of prestige, The Wall Street Journal interviewed three people – a high school senior interested in engineering, a recruiting manager and a college dean – to determine if the high cost of attendance among these schools was a fair trade for adding a prestigious university name to one’s resume.
Representatives from The West Virginia Power minor league baseball program will visit Montgomery to discuss upcoming employment and internship opportunities in an information session open to all interested students. The session will be hosted on Tuesday, March 3 at 1 p.m. in Orndorff Room 1200.