Traveling American Civil War Exhibit to Show in Montgomery

WVU Tech will host the American Civil War Teacher’s Discovery Traveling Exhibit from March 3-7. 
The exhibition features fabric prints depicting stories, personal letters and striking photographs from the era.

Toyota and Employees Support WVU Tech

Toyota Manufacturing of West Virginia in Buffalo, W.Va. has a tradition of giving back to its local community. The internationally-owned company is a proud supporter of WVU Tech in a number of ways, including internships, financial gifts and employment for graduates.

Celebrate Engineering this Saturday at the Clay Center

Marshmallow bridges? Robots? Eggs falling from the sky? It sounds like a fantasy world, but this Saturday, February 22, the Clay Center will host Discover Engineering Family Fun Day, where raining eggs and candy bridges will be the norm.

National Resident Assistant Appreciation Day

Today is National Resident Assistant Appreciation Day and at WVU Tech, we would like to acknowledge thirteen Golden Bears who go above and beyond to make living on campus an experience worth remembering.

WVU Tech Research Project Gets a Boost

This January, the 11th annual Undergraduate Research Day showcased the efforts of eleven WVU Tech students, allowing legislators a firsthand look at some of the STEM research underway in Montgomery. But students weren’t the only ones showing off the cutting-edge at the Capitol.

WVU President Gordon Gee Visits WVU Tech Campus

E. Gordon Gee, President of West Virginia University (WVU), surprised students, faculty and staff on the campus of WVU Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) today with a visit to the Student Success Center, the popular studying spot on campus where students also receive advising and tutoring.

WVU Tech CEO and Student Present at West Virginia Women's Day

At the statewide women’s conference organized by the West Virginia Women’s Commission on February 11 at the Culture Center, West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) Campus Executive Officer (CEO) Carolyn Long will represent education on the advocacy panel where leaders of our state will discuss issues related to education, health care, child poverty, economic empowerment and violence against women.