The Leonard C. Nelson College of Engineering & Sciences and the WVU College of Business and Economics signed an agreement establishing a 4+1 MBA degree pathway on Tuesday, August 26.
WVU Tech and Montgomery General Hospital hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the newly established Nursing Training Center on Tuesday, August 19.
On Friday, August 22, WVU Tech recognized more than 50 scholarship recipients at a luncheon hosted in the Student Success Center. During the event, students wrote messages to donors, signed a thank-you banner and heard from Campus President Carolyn Long.
WVU Tech senior, Thy Dinh, knows a thing or two about aerospace studies. A triple-major in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and mathematics, Thy serves as the president of WVU Tech’s S.P.A.C.E. Club (Student Partnership for the Advancement of Cosmic Exploration) and as a member of the Space Public Outreach Team (SPOT).
WVU Tech’s Gamma Mu chapter of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority was honored for its active campus presence at the AST National Convention in Atlanta, Georgia in late June.
WCHS-TV8 – August 12, 2014
By Stefano DiPietrantonio, WCHS-TV8
With a water crisis impacting more than 300,000 people and a record-setting winter still fresh in the minds of Kanawha Valley residents, WVU Tech is taking steps to ensure students, faculty and staff have a back-up plan for emergency events.
WVU Tech chemical engineering student Lindsay McDowall discovered her love for NASA’s space program at the age of 13. Between attending a space camp and reading Homer Hickam’s 1998 memoir “Rocket Boys,” which inspired the film “October Sky,” it wasn’t long before McDowall became fascinated with engineering, rocketry and space exploration.
Our thoughts and heartfelt condolences are with the family and loved ones of Dr. Jay Wiedemann, a member of the WVU Tech community who has passed away.