Author and professional speaker, Emily Bennington presented at West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) on Thursday, March 27.
Students and alumni will have an opportunity to meet with employers from West Virginia and surrounding states to discuss upcoming full-time, co-op and internship opportunities this Thursday at the Spring Campus JobFest Career Fair.
Last Saturday, March 22, WVU Tech hosted prospective students and their families on campus for a Blue & Gold Day Open House.
The WVU Tech International Student Organization (ISO) hosted a group of local girl scouts on Sunday, March 23 in celebration of World Thinking Day. The special day introduces young scouts to cultures from around the world and offers them a chance to earn a World Thinking Day badge.
It’s Spring recess at WVU Tech, and while the familiar buzz of student activity may have died down on campus this week, the buzz of sawing an hour west of Montgomery shows students still hard at work.
I am pleased to share that the West Virginia University Board of Governors and the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission have approved E. Gordon Gee as the President of West Virginia University.
When it comes to getting students interested in STEM fields, there’s no better experience than attending Camp STEM at WVU Tech. A week-long residential program, Camp STEM brings high-school students to campus to learn about everything from civil engineering to forensic science.
On Friday, March 7, students from ten West Virginia counties will come to Montgomery to participate in two regional Math Field Day competitions, testing their mathematical mettle and vying for a spot at the state level.
WVU Tech will resume classes and normal operations at 6 a.m. Tuesday, March 4.