Alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends gathered on the West Virginia University Institute of Technology campus during homecoming weekend to hear the annual State of Tech Address presented by CEO Carolyn Long. In Long’s first-ever State of Tech Address, she reported on the University’s work towards the three Rs: Recruit. Retain. Rebuild.
On Tuesday, October 9, 2012, the West Virginia University Institute of Technology Student Government Association unanimously voted to support the WVU Tech Revitalization Committee’s work and expressed their support of the WVU Tech administration’s leadership during this process.
West Virginia University Institute of Technology’s fourth annual Otis K. Rice Lecture Series will feature Dr. Pamela Edwards, part-time professor of history at Shepherd University, on Thursday, October 25 at 7:00 p.m. The event, sponsored by the West Virginia Humanities Council, City of Montgomery and the Montgomery Historical Committee is free and open to the public. Edward’s lecture, entitled “Regional Rosies: Appalachian Women in World War II,” will be held in the Upper Kanawha Valley Technology Center in Montgomery, West Virginia.
The faculty of West Virginia University Institute of Technology met on Thursday, October 4, 2012, and resoundingly voted to support the work and official recommendations of the WVU Tech Revitalization Committee.