This week, a group of West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech) students will make an 850-mile trip to Pittsburg, Kansas to participate in the 2014 Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Baja series hosted at Pittsburg State University, May 22–25.
WVU Tech Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) cadets Ashley Burns, Christopher Jenkins and Tori Bragg were recognized for their contributions to the program at an ROTC event at the WVU Tech Student Center on Friday, April 25.
Recent WVU Tech graduates Rami Shamout, Megan Chestnut, Raul Martin Valencia and Rachel Facemire got a chance to showcase their civil engineering knowledge on Friday, May 2 as they presented their final project for the Integrated Civil Engineering Design course.
On Saturday, May 3, 2014, WVU Tech honored nearly 200 graduates at the 115th commencement ceremony at the Neal D. Baisi Athletic Center.
On Tuesday, April 29, hundreds of WVU Tech students took a break from studying for the last few days of final exams to stop by the Bears Den for this semester’s Top Chefs of Tech late-night breakfast.