Women may make up a small percentage of students and professionals in STEM fields, but a new student organization is trying to change that – starting right here at WVU Tech.
The West Virginia Science and Art Fair returns to WVU Tech on Friday, October 17. The fair, which is open to all West Virginia high school and middle school students, provides an opportunity for students to showcase their knowledge of biology and physical sciences in display projects, a symposium and Olympiad events, and their creativity in art projects.
Join WVU Tech’s Division of Student Life and WVU Tech Student Support Services on Tuesday, October 21 as they host a night of fine dining and a preview performance of the Charleston Light Opera Guild’s production of “Fiddler on the Roof”.
A group of South Charleston High School students visited Montgomery last week to check in on the health of the nearby Morris Creek. Working with WVU Tech and the Morris Creek Watershed Association, the students collected data for projects in their International Baccalaureate (IB) courses in biology, chemistry and physics.