Two student teams from West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) showcased their research at Undergraduate Research Day at the Legislature. Senior mechanical engineering students Kevin Goff and Paul Shaw and senior engineering technology majors Amy Young and Hannah Clutter presented their research at the State Capitol on Thursday, February 28.
Four WVU Tech students received scholarships this week at the Engineers Week 2013 Scholarship and Celebration Dinner in South Charleston, W.Va. Award recipients included: Sophomore civil engineering major Haylie Ballard from Charleston, W.Va., senior civil engineering major Rachel Facemire from Elkview, W.Va., junior electrical engineering major Coty Lusk from Fenwick, W.Va., and senior civil engineering major Rachel Vass from Mount Lookout, W.Va.
In honor of National Engineers Week, WVU Tech reflects on the last 60 year history of our engineering programs.
In recognition of National TRIO Day on February 23, WVU Tech is hosting an open house for its two TRIO programs on Wednesday, February 27 from 11am – 3pm in Old Main. Staff and students from the University’s Upward Bound and Student Support Services programs will be available to talk about how these programs help students become academically prepared and motivated to achieve success.
Coda Mountain Academy of Music faculty will present an entertaining brown-bag concert at West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) on Tuesday, February 19, between 11:30 and 12:30 at the Conley Theatre. This event is free and open to the entire Tech campus and Greater Montgomery community. Attendees can either bring their own lunch or purchase a sandwich from the WVU Tech Biology Club.